1949 was the last year of production for the Jaguar Mark IV and at that time, only the smaller 1.5-liter model was still being produced. The series was introduced in 1935 when Jaguar was still named SS Cars, and the model was declined in three versionsa 1.5 liter, a 2.5 liter, and a 3.5 literavailable in a saloon or drophead coupe trim. Post war, the Jaguar Mark IV 1.5 liter was only made as a sports saloon. The body used steel with a separate chassis frame and the car featured Girling mechanically operated brakes as well as all-around elliptic-spring suspension on rigid axles. The 1.7-liter, overhead-valve engine was provided by Standard, along with a four-speed manual gearbox. The car could reach a top speed of 113 mph and was said to be the nicest of all models.
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