'SLL 346' was purchased new by the original owner and has remained in the family's possession until being sold at Bonham's Goodwood Auction in 2017. It is believed that the Jaguar was purchased from Henlys of Camden Town, London. The Original owner loved the unusual Cambridge Blue livery (many MkVII's were two-tone), and specified automatic transmission for the convenience of his wife, who was newly qualified to drive. However, he did not take to the auto 'box (his previous Jaguars had all been manual) and she found the car too big, with the result that the MKVII was used mainly for special occasions. Stored in a dry garage since it was last run in the late 1960s until 2017, this remarkable car has covered a mere 2,020 miles from new. The original owners son had intended to restore the Jaguar but lacked the space to carry out the work, hence the decision to sell at Auction. The car since purchase by the current vendor has been re-commissioned to its current glory and now needs a small amount of work to bring it to a well deserved finish.
This amazing 'time warp' car exhibits all the features one would expect of a grand Jaguar saloon of the period - beautiful woodwork, switchgear, brightwork, tool trays, etc - and the fortunate new owner will be richly rewarded.
This must be the finest MK5 DHC available worldwide.Its LHD and came from California in the 90s.Then it underwent a total nut and bolt naked chassis up concours restoration with no financial restrictions.The resto took nearly 5 years.Even all wood components are new,all electrics new with new wiring .....
1950 Jaguar Mark V Drop Head Coupe
..Rare Model Produced from 1948-1951
..Only 10,466 Produced w/
..Only 977 being the Drop Head Coupe
..Very Few Remain Today
..Although Built in 1950 the/
..Style follows Pre-War SS Jaguar Line w/
..Chrome Grill & Leaping Jaguar Radiator Cap
..Headlights Flaired .....
JAGUAR MK V SALOON
For parts or spares plus many other components for that model.
Complete paperwork plus identification plate.
Mechanical and body parts available.
If Anyone interesting please contact Lucas:
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JAGUAR MK VII 1952, with 2 owners from new, in drivable condition, never restored except a very old paint, with a nice color white and burgundy exterior with dark red leather interior. A very nice old Jaguar MK VII with manual transmission and the necessary sunroof.
For only 15900 euros.
1953 Jaguar Mark VII, Royal blue lacquer, red leather upholstery. Top renovated! More than 3,000 hours have been spent on restoring the car, one of the finest we have ever seen. In competitions (concours) it takes 940 points from 1000.
It is recommended if you are looking for the best, so come and .....
JAGUAR MK V. Perfectly renovated! More than 2,000 hours spent restoring the car, one of the finest we have ever seen. It is detailed as it was a perfectly restored XK 120. It is recommended that if you are looking for the best, then come and see this car.
This excellent original 1950 Jaguar Mark V Drophead 3.5 liter featured here with matching numbers comes this gorgeous color combination of black with brown interior. It is equipped with a manual transmission, soft top, side skirts and white wall tires. It has lots of potential and an excellent candidate .....
Gorgeous body-off frame restoration
Rare & desirable Mark V 3½ Litre three position Drophead Coupe
One of only 577 built with left-hand drive
Previous long-term ownership (over 50 years)
Displaying only 70,964 miles!
Last production year Jaguar Mark V
Gorgeous color combination
Jagurar MK V was the cream of the crop. Introduced at London Motor Show 1948 next to Jaguar XK120. The public have favourited the styling of the new Jaguar, which was similar to previous model. Lots of innovative features: new chassis size 120”, new type of suspension with four wheel hydraulic break .....