A stunning example of a pre war SS Jaguar that has been loved and enjoyed for the last 4 years, no expenses spared. Deep red leather interior with beautiful woodwork (imagine a wood panelled gentleman’s club) and light grey coachwork with just the right amount of patina - there is some minor areas of crazing on the paintwork but that just adds to the charm. Nothing can beat that proper old car smell that is lost with overly restored vehicles. This car does not disappoint.
Recent works include a reconditioned gearbox being fitted, fuel tank overhaul, seals throughout the car replaced, carb rebuilt, new ignition set, replacement hoses, reconditioned oil/temp gauge etc etc.
The car is a delight, gets the upmost respect within the classic/vintage scene and has been a wonderful introduction into the (pre) vintage car world. Parts are reasonably easy to source (I have collected a good spares stock that is available) and the car is simple to maintain.
I am only my selling the car after the birth of our son and lack of seatbelts, so may consider a more modern classic in part ex. (I also have a 1928 sunbeam tourer that is to be retained for him to enjoy in the future) but a reliable/safer family classic is now needed.
1,701cc engine, 4 speed gearbox, the car keeps up in modern traffic cruising very happily at 55/60mph.
A reluctant sale and a car that will be very much missed.
GRU 575 was manufactured on the 7th May 1947 and was supplied new by Henlys, London to Harold Streeter. The Jaguar MKIV 2.5 left left the factory finished in Black with Brown leather upholstery and was allocated a Bournemouth registration mark. Our Jaguar had one owner from the 1960's for over 50 years .....
This 1949 Jaguar Mark IV LHD is an excellent original car for straightforward restoration. Primer with black interior. Has new interior kit included as well. It comes complete and solid overall. A very honest example and a great buy for only $26,500
Jaguar MK IV Original 3.5 litre left hand drive car, just wonderful condition.
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Up for sale is my 1948 Jaguar 3 1/2ltr, MK IV. DHC. I have owned the car for 5 years. It is one of the 184 right hand drive car build for 9 months in 1948.
The car is in good condition and drives well, it spent forty odd year in Tucson, Arizona, USA. The car was brought back to the UK in 2013.
Vehicle has been dismantled.
Many interior and exterior parts.
Solid body shell, all body panels present, dash, seating, steering wheel, 1 road wire wheel, bumper, radiator, VIN plates, heritage certificate. Good solid chassis. Body and chassis have had extensive restoration already done.
I sell Jaguar 1 1/2 litre Mark IV year 1947 c.c. 1776 ,completely restored several years ago, is in excellent condition, with some signs of the time.
The seat and door panels are original and preserved.
Lately the grill,the headlights and other details have been chromed.
A coupon has been made with .....
This is a truly wonderful find and most certainly a car for the discerning buyer who understands the rarity, value and qualities in finding a car so original and correct. Not only is this genuine 3.5 Litre DHC Jaguar MKIV the most original 1940's or 1950 'Jaguar we have seen, it has only covered a genuine .....
This left-hand drive 1948 Jaguar Mark IV Drophead Coupe is available in black with a black interior. It was originally a 3.5-liter example. Now it comes equipped with an automatic transmission with an American V8 engine, Edelbrock carburetor, soft top and wire wheels with white wall tires. This is a .....