Produced from 1948 to 1951, the Jaguar Mark V was a sports car available in a saloon or convertible trim and introduced at the London Motor Show. Two engine options were made available: the smaller unit was a 2.5-liter, straight-six engine with overhead valve with an output of 104 hp and the larger unit was a 3.5-liter with 126 hp. The chassis was all-new with independent suspension in the front, featuring double wishbone and torsion bar. The body style was an evolution of the Jaguar Mark IV and boasted an upright chrome grille with an optional radiator cap mascot. Inside, the model was quite luxurious, featuring real wood and plush upholstery. The 1950 Jaguar Mark V was equipped with hydraulic brakes and 16-inch, steel-disc wheels.
Looking for a 1950 Jaguar Mark V? The Beverly Hills Car Club might have the perfect example available for sale at their Los Angeles classic car dealership. The team is known for regularly buying and selling classics of all makes, models and conditions and their collection is regularly growing. Call the team today to ask about the current availabilities and the representatives will make sure to help you find the right model. What’s more, the knowledgeable professionals are known for their useful tips and advice when it comes to buying classics. They’ll tell you about the positive and negative features of the model and give you some best practice recommendations to help you make a smart transaction. For example, the most desirable models of 1950 Jaguar Mark V are the 3.5-liter convertibles. Also, the chassis is old-fashioned and can be in bad shape depending how well the model has been taken care of throughout the years.
The Beverly Hills Car Club team is a great place to start your search for a 1950 Jaguar Mark V. The team is available and ready to assist you anytime. Be assured that you will enjoy an easy and enjoyable purchase experience in a hassle-free environment.
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