This is an exquisitely restored right hand drive Jaguar Mark IV four door sedan that is a one of a kind piece of Jaguar history. Records show it as a “Company Demonstration Car”, and verified as the car Tested by Autocar Magazine. It was related as being a “front rank car” and “a fine ambassador abroad for the the high quality British specialist car”. In 1980 Paul Skilleter wrote the book “Jaguar Saloon Cars” and featured this exact car in the book on pages 122-124 with the car being photographed at the Dorset House car park. An excerpt from the book reads: “In all respects the body is of “specialist coachbuilder” character, one instance of which is the way in which the doors close…” Sir William Lyons is believed to have owned this remarkable Jaguar at one time. Everything is correct and proper on the car down to the last bolt. All numbers match and it comes with a Heritage Certificate of Authenticity. The car was restored to the original color combination of Sherwood Green with a Suede Green interior and comes with polished hardwood instrument panel, and has similar woodwork on the doors. This remarkable Jaguar has been driven less then 100 test miles since the restoration. This s
left-hand-drive 1948 jaguar mark-4 3500cc saloon rhd green 4-door restored british
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