Finished in a distinguished black-and-grey ensemble that highlights the car’s curves as well as its chrome trim, including the leaping Jaguar radiator cap mascot. The paint and trim are in very good order. The car’s windows are clear and crack-free while its lights, including the fog lights, are haze-free and intact. The bodywork is straight and solid and all looks good. Under the hood is a 3.5-liter OHV inline six-cylinder engine with dual SU side-draft carburetors and buttoned to a four-speed. The car features Girling four-wheel hydraulic drum brakes. Inside, the car’s red luscious leather meshes well with the wood veneer of the instrument panel. The Vaumol Leather seats is in near-excellent order and the Wilton wool carpet is in very good condition.
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