This car was originally sold through Byatt of Fenton Ltd, Stoke-on-Trent, and its accompanying Heritage Certificate shows that it left the factory on 3rd May 1957. The Jaguar has undergone a thorough restoration with wings and doors being removed. Any panel work that needed replacing was refinished, including new inner and outer sills and rear valance. The brightwork has been re-chromed and the wheels blasted and painted. The chassis is in excellent condition and it has been fitted during restoration with new ball joints, shock absorbers, brake pipes and master cylinder. The front brakes have been converted to discs and the final drive has been raised to 3.54:1. Inside the red leather interior is original and in very good condition with a lovely patina, including the wood trim which has been replaced where necessary. The headlining is also largely original but has been replaced in the area around the sunroof which also functions perfectly.
The engine has been replaced by a fully rebuilt 4.2-litre unit from Jaguar specialists BR Motors. This has had new pistons, timing chain, oil pump and valves, as well as a crank grind and full balancing. The car has also been fitted with a new radiator, electric fan, alternator, starter, oil cooler, electronic ignition, hoses and fuel pumps. The exhaust is stainless steel. The automatic gearbox has been fully re-conditioned by Graham Whitehouse at a cost of £2,716.
Since completion the car has covered c. 2,000 miles – with all the hard and expensive work done, this car represents a perfect way to buy into a superb piece of ‘50s cool for a fraction of the cost of restoring it yourself.
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:
Mobile: 0044 07809479415
Email: [email protected]
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.
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 .....
This project 1950 Jaguar MK V Drop Head Coupe comes primed in grey with brown interior. and is equipped with a manual transmission, soft top frame and includes some miscellaneous parts. It has a lot of potential and an excellent candidate for restoration.
For $17,500 USD
If you have any additional .....
Here i have for sale a 1952 Jaguar MkVII Special sports body, first registered 10/09/1952 the special Aluminium roadster body was built many years ago, its ideal for a donor Jaguar C or D Type, it has a 3.8 Ltr engine (Mk IX) with a manual four speed gearbox (Engine running) chassis good with a 4HA .....