1960 jaguar mark 2




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  • The Jaguar Mark 2 first appeared at the end of , with sales really commencing in Although a fairly small car compared to the Jaguar Mk IX, it still fully.

    Jaguar MII , Saloon, Historic Vehicle, Manual With Overdrive In Mist Grey Fastidiously maintained over the last 30 years - Jaguar MK II automatic.

    Launched in , the Jaguar Mk 2 offered a noticeably improved driving experience over its predecessor, the Mk 1 saloon, courtesy of revised.

    1960 jaguar mark 2

    1960 jaguar mark 2

    A most attractive, capable and practical example of the most desirable of all Jaguar saloons, BW is ready to be enjoyed immediately and is accompanied by both ASI and original Italian registration documents, together with the distinctive—and increasingly scarce—boot-mounted Jaguar tool kit. The restoration took seven years, during which time it was road registered as BAS , and two MOT certificates accompany the car. You already have a Classic Trader account? Other changes included the replacement of the front fog lamps with circular vents and optional fog lamps for the UK market.

    1960 jaguar mark 2

    1960 jaguar mark 2

    1960 jaguar mark 2

    1960 jaguar mark 2

    1960 jaguar mark 2

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    The Jaguar Mark 2 is a medium-sized saloon car built from late [3] to by Jaguar in Coventry, England. The outmoded Jaguar 2. The Mark 2 was a fast and capable saloon in line with Sir William Lyons ' s advertising slogan: Production of the 3. At the same time the smaller Mark 2 cars were replaced by run-out versions named and sold at reduced prices.

    The was built until the new XJ6 was available in September The remained available until April The head of the six-cylinder engine in the Mark 2 had curved ports compared to the straight ports of the E-Type configuration. A direct conversion into DIN bhp is not possible, but the 3.

    1960 jaguar mark 2

    This compares with the later 4. The explanation was that the XJ6 4. The camshaft timing and inlet and exhaust valve sizes were the same for the 2. It was re-engineered above the waistline.

    Slender front pillars allowed a wider windscreen, and the rear window almost wrapped around to the enlarged side windows, now with the familiar Jaguar D-shape above the back door and fully chromed frames for all the side windows.

    1960 jaguar mark 2

    The radiator grille was changed and larger side, tail and fog lamps repositioned. Inside a new heating system was fitted and ducted to the rear compartment. There was an improved instrument layout that became standard for all Jaguar cars until the XJ series II of The front suspension geometry was rearranged to raise the roll centre and the rear track widened. Four-wheel disc brakes were now standard. Power steering, overdrive or automatic transmissions could be fitted at extra cost.

    The car continued to use a live axle at the rear. It sold well from to as a Daimler 2. In late , it was re-labelled V to match the Jaguar As well as being significantly more powerful than the 2. These cars were recognisable by the characteristic Daimler wavy fluting incorporated in the chrome radiator grille and rear number plate lamp cover, their smoothness and the sound of their V8 engine.

    They were given distinctive exterior and luxury interior fittings. Sometime on or about September the 2. However, there exists documentation of at least one Mark 2 car manufactured in May and rebadged as " It now had a straight-port type cylinder head and twin HS6 SU carburettors with a new inlet manifold. The automatic transmission was upgraded to a Borg-Warner 35 dual drive range. Power steering by Marles Varamatic was now available on the There was a slight reshaping of the rear body and slimmer bumpers and over-riders were fitted.

    1960 jaguar mark 2

    The economies of the new and models came at a cost — the leather upholstery was replaced by Ambla leather-like material and tufted carpet was used on the floor—though both had been introduced on the Mark 2 a year earlier. Other changes included the replacement of the front fog lamps with circular vents and optional fog lamps for the UK market.

    The sales price was reduced to compete with the Rover TC. A touring fuel consumption of The Mark 2's body lines, derived from the Mark 1, and overall layout proved sufficiently popular over time to provide an inspiration for the Jaguar S-Type nostalgia model introduced in The Mark 2 gained a reputation as a capable car among criminals and law enforcement alike; the 3.

    1961 Jaguar Mark II SOLD Plymouth, MI



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