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79995 165000 GBP
  • JAGUAR MKV 3.5 LITRE DROPHEAD COUPE

    €165,000(£0) €165,000(£0)

    IMPRESSIVE NUT AND BOLT RESTORATION Brand Jaguar Type MKV DHC Left Hand Drive Color Burgundy Red / Black Interior Dark Red Year of build 1951 Price € 165.000,- 1951 JAGUAR MKV 3.5 LITRE DROPHEAD COUPE LEFT HAND DRIVE At the 1948 Motor Show, Jaguar introduced both the Jaguar XK 120 as well as the Jaguar MKV Both were new designed post war Jaguars The Jaguar MKV was available with a 2.5 liter 6 cylinder engine as well as a 3.5 liter engine. The smaller 2.5 liter was the entry model for the MK V range It is reported that the Jaguar engineers wanted to use the same engine as was being fitted to the XK 120, however the production line for the engine was still being geared up and could barely cope with the output required to fit to the XK. As could be expected, the added power offered by the 3.5 litre made the MK V a much better driving car. The 3.5 MKV was also available in either a choice of four door saloon or elegant drop head coupe coachwork – and amazingly the drop head being priced identically to the four door. The styling was an intriguing blend of old and modern, its lines being traditional and yet incorporating modern features such as faired-in headlamps and mudguards (wings/fe

    • Year: 1951
    For sale
    €165,000(£0) €165,000(£0)
    The Houtkamp Collection
  • 1951 Jaguar MKV 3.5 DHC

    £79,995 £79,995

    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
    £79,995 £79,995