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  • Jaguar MK V 3.5 Litre Saloon


    - Heritage Certificate and detailed history file - Repainted in Ivory White retaining the original tan interior - Carburettors and dynamo rebuilt, said to drive "very well" Jaguar's post-war offering remained largely unchanged until the 1948 Motor Show which, though forever associated with the launch of the sensational XK120 Roadster, also saw the unveiling of the MKV range of Saloons and Drophead Coupes. Though stylistically evolved from the MKIVs, the MKVs were based on an all-new box-section chassis. They also featured the independent front suspension set-up that William Heynes had begun developing in the 1930s, which comprised double wishbones and torsion bar springing. Braking was now hydraulically operated. Unlike the XK120 that featured the all new DOHC XK engine, power for MKV models was supplied by the OHV six-cylinder 2.5 and 3.5-litre units from the MKIV, the output of which was 104 and 126bhp respectively. The new all-steel body had a much more contemporary appearance, courtesy of its squatter radiator grille, more heavily raked windscreen, faired in headlights, 16 (as opposed to 18 inch) wheels, deeper bumpers, rear wheel spats etc. A 3.5-litre example tested by The Mo

    • Year: 1950
    For sale
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  • 1951 Jaguar MKV 3.5 DHC

    £89,995 £89,995

    This wonderful Jaguar MKV 3.5 Litre DHC was manufactured in the 21st December 1950, dispatched on the 19th January 1951 from Henlys Limited, London and supplied new through Personal Export Delivery. We are pleased to report this is an original matching numbers car that is still in its correct colours of Suede Green paintwork with Suede Green upholstery. Matching numbers provenance and factory correct specification make this rare, desirable car an ideal opportunity for both collectors and enthusiasts. Factory correct examples are becoming increasingly difficult to find and an increase in demand for provenance has been evident in the market. Making this car even more desirable is the fact that over the past five months the car has had in the region of £20,000 of expenditure ensuring the car is in mechanically excellent condition and that the body, frame, underside and paint finish are excellent as one would expect of such a magnificent, impressive motor car. Adding to this, the Jaguar also comes with an exceptional history file with a mass of correspondence dating back to the early 1970's. We also know from the extensive file the Jaguar was subject of a major restoration in 1991/1992

    • Year: 1951
    For sale
  • Jaguar Mk5


    1950 JAGUAR MKV 3.5 SALOON Supplied new to Australia in 1950 this right hand drive Jaguar MKV saloon is the more desirable 3.5 version. The car drives very nicely having been fitted with a 5 speed gearbox and electric power steering. This car is in very good condition but would benefit from some improvements to bring it to the next level.

    • Year: 1950
    • Engine size: 3.5
    For sale
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