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The Jaguar Mark V was produced from 1948 to 1951 and was introduced at the London Motor Show to succeed to the Jaguar Mark IV model. The same 6-cylinder, overhead-valve engine was used and available in a 2.5 or 3.5-liter capacity. The Mark V featured an all-new chassis with independent front suspension and the same platform would be used for many following Jaguar models. The style was an evolution of the Mark IV model, with a traditional vertical radiator and sweeping separate fenders. Inside, the car featured real wood capping and plush upholstery. The model came in a saloon trim and also available as a convertible, which was more rare but popular on the 3.5-liter models. The later model was fast for the era, with a top speed recorded at 90 mph.
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Thinking about purchasing a 1949 Jaguar Mark V? The Beverly Hills Car Club has a large inventory of classic cars for sale, from all makes, models, and conditions. The team is known for their fair deals and excellent customer service. Not only will they provide you with a hassle-free and enjoyable purchase experience if you were to purchase your 1949 Jaguar Mark V from their collection, but also the staff will share some best practice recommendations to help you make a good transaction regardless of where you purchase your classic. The staff is composed of friendly and knowledgeable classic car enthusiasts who are always happy to help classic car buyers get the perfect model. A few things to know about the 1949 Jaguar Mark V that might be helpful: the quality of the construction of the body isn’t one of the model’s best attributes and service is often difficult because parts supply has dried out.
The Beverly Hills Car Club team would love to assist you with the research and purchase of your 1949 Jaguar Mark V. Come visit their Los Angeles classic car dealership anytime and meet the team. They’re only one ring away so don’t wait and get started soon!
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