A unique 1968 3.8 Mk2 Jaguar will be one of the cars on offer at Barons' Jaguar Heritage Sale on 29 May.
Valued at £34-38,000, the car is equipped with an experimental single-chain head and is said to be the only 3.8 in the world to remain like this. A 3.4 also exists.
Expected to top the sale is a left-hand-drive XK120 Roadster that was originally exported to the USA, before being repatriated in 1991. It is estimated to sell for £45-£55,000.
Also up for grabs are a 1972 S3 E-type FHC (£25-35,000) with only 34,109 miles on the clock and a 1956 2.4 Saloon for £16-£19,000.
“Jaguar is a hugely popular marque with collectors at all levels,” said Barons’ managing director Laurence Sayers-Gillan