The Jaguar Mark VII is a large four-door luxury saloon car which was produced by Jaguar from 1951 to 1956. The car was introduced to the public at the 1950 London Motor Show and replaced the Jaguar Mark V. As Bentley already offered a MK VI, Jaguar went straight to the MK VII as not to clash with Bentley’s model. The Mark VII achieved several successes in racing and rallying.
We just finished a complete respray of the car and changed the colour to a very nice silver. We fitted new exhaust manifolds and a new high torque starter. This is now a very nice car ready to be enjoyed.
According to the Heritage certificate this is not a numbers matching car and furthermore the engine block (D4285-8) which would be out of a MK VII is fitted with a stud-less cylinder head with a different number (?6391-7).
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