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1952 Jaguar Mark VII

1952 Jaguar Mark VII

The Jaguar Mark VII is a distinguished four-door luxury saloon produced by Jaguar from 1951 to 1956. Introduced to the public at the 1950 London Motor Show, it succeeded the Jaguar Mark V. Notably, to avoid clashing with Bentley's MK VI, Jaguar opted to name this model the MK VII. The Mark VII boasts an impressive history of success in racing and rallying.

This particular 1952 MK VII was recently imported from South Africa and underwent a restoration in the 1990s. However, it now shows some signs of wear, including blistering paintwork and lifting veneer on the timber. According to the Heritage certificate, this vehicle is not numbers matching. The engine block (D4285-8), appropriate for a MK VII, is paired with a stud-less cylinder head bearing a different number (?6391-7).

Regrettably, the car sustained damage during transport, specifically to the front wing just behind the front bumper, as shown in the first photograph.

We can arrange transport to England for approximately £500.00, depending on your location. Should you have any questions about the car or wish to arrange a viewing, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Year

Body

Transmission

Mileage

Exterior

Interior

Price

1952

Saloon

Manual

TBA

Beige

Cream

29,950




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