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1950 Jaguar XK 120 - OTS | Classic Driver Market 1965 Mustang Gt, Jaguar Auto, New Jaguar, Jaguar Daimler, Jaguar Xk120, 1965 Mustang, Tuscan Landscaping, Jaguar Models, Jaguar Xk

The jaguar XK120, British’ icon, went in production after the succes of Jaguar’s concept study-car for the then new XK-engine that was showcased at the British International Motor Show in 1948. At that the time, the XK120 was the fastest production car and Jaguar named the car proudly after their achievement of 120mph or 192km/h (!). Offered here is a classy yet sporty ’50

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The XK 140 MC was the top-of-the-line Jaguar in 1956. The Special Equipment models, designated as M and MC, were fitted with wire wheels and Lucas FT576 foglamps mounted above the front bumper. The MC was also equipped with the C-Type head, developed for the C-Type Le Mans race car, and the horsepower was raised to 210 at 5,750 rpm. Also, with the C-Type head came a dual exhaust system which used two separate silencers, with pipes running through holes in the chassis cross members and emerging 1956 Jaguar Roadster, Classic Jaguar Car, Jaguar Vintage Car, Vintage Jaguar Car, Jaguar Roadster, Vintage Jaguar, Wire Wheels, Jaguar (cars), Classic Cars British

The XK 140 MC was the top-of-the-line Jaguar in 1956. The Special Equipment models, designated as M and MC, were fitted with wire wheels and Lucas FT576 foglamps mounted above the front bumper. The MC was also equipped with the C-Type head, developed for the C-Type Le Mans race car, and the horsepower was raised to 210 at 5,750 rpm. Also, with the C-Type head came a dual exhaust system which used two separate silencers, with pipes running through holes in the chassis cross members and…

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Carlos Santos
1949 Jaguar Mark V | SuperCars.net Jaguar, Coupe, Torsion Bar Suspension, Custom Classic Cars, Mark 5, Jaguar Models, Jaguar Car, Motor City, Car Collection

1949→1951 Jaguar Mark V In 1948 Jaguar revealed the Mark V with an all-new chassis that the company claimed was the most rigid in the industry. Along with it came hydraulic Girling brakes, torsion-bar suspension and Burman recirculating-ball steering. Jaguar retained the 2½-liter and 3½-liter engines from the Mark IV. The Mark V was offered as a four-door saloon and two-door Drophead Coupe. In Detail type Series Production Car production years 1949 – 1951 built at England predeccesor 1945…

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