With the war over and people looking to spend their money on luxurious cars, one automotive brand lived up to the task well. Jaguar played a big part in the British automotive scene and gave their customers cars that very rarely matched in terms of performance and luxury. On the track, they were serious contenders whilst on the road their cars ferried passengers in class, style, and top-notch comfort. This 1954 Jaguar Mark VII is a fine example of the best the 1950s and Britain had to offer. Located in Florida and with just 82,869 miles on the clock, this can be your way of turning back the clock and reveling in true British engineering.
If you ever saw a Mark VII Jaguar on the road back in the 1950’s you sure would think it was out of this world. The new design features saw the car being more streamlined with long and curvy body lines going from the front all the way to the back of the car This 1954 Jaguar Mark VII with its Oxford White exterior is a great example of this futuristic design and is still breathtaking to this day. The Oxford White paint job really helps bring out all those curves and is also complemented by the white wheels which have the original Jaguar hubcaps as well. This 1954 Jaguar Mark VII also has removable rear wheel spats which were part of its aerodynamic styling. The interior of a Jaguar is arguably one of its best features. This 1954 Jaguar Mark VII sports a tan Interior which is in excellent condition and provides its driver and passengers with the best comforts the 1950s had to offer. The tan interior matches the wood trim all around the car and provides a real luxury feel. The original Jaguar steering wheel of the car is also present and completes this car’s original look.
Back in the Fifties reaching speeds of 100mph on a road car was quite an impressive feat but if you owned a Jaguar Mark VII this was easily possible. Ensuring it hit those impressive speeds was an upgraded and refreshed powerplant from the legendary Jaguar XK120. Powering this 1954 Jaguar Mark VII is the XK engine which meant you had a 3.4L DOHC in-line six. This same engine would be used in many road and race applicants by Jaguar for over forty years. The Mark VII was also the first from the brand that was offered with an automatic transmission, which this example sports, sending power to the rear wheels. The carburetor has been rebuilt, along with new fuel lines and fuel pump to ensure a reliable fuel system. New brake lines and brake booster ensure that stopping power is good too.
Car Location: Florida New Brake lines New Brake Boosters New Fuel Pump New Fuel Lines Carburetor Rebuilt Interior is in excellent condition
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