1952 Mk VII Jaguar

The Jaguar Mark VII is a four-door luxury car produced by Jaguar Cars of Coventry from 1951 to 1956. Launched at the 1950 British International Motor Show as the successor to the Jaguar Mark V, it was called the Mark VII because there was already a Bentley Mark VI on the market.
In its original 1950 form, the Mark VII could exceed 100 mph, and in 1952 it became the first Jaguar to be made available with an optional automatic transmission. Mark VIIs were successful in racing and rallying the world over and because of that have quite a following today for a saloon of that era.
This particular car has come to us as a barn find and our Hong Kong based client has instructed us to sell the vehicle on an as is where is basis. Hence someone will have the opportunity to purchase this car at what we consider a truly amazing price!!! Personalised plate 52 JAG1 is sold with the car.
The vehicle is sold with registration on Hold, the last WOF having expired on the 22/04/2022.
The vehicle starts, runs and drives well but will require a new battery. The interior is very smart, finished in cream with grey carpets. The paintwork on the car lets it down with a number of blemishes in the paint. Please contact us for further detailed photos. BAINS CLASSIC MOTOR HOUSE is a low volume boutique classic car broker. Viewing of vehicles is by appointment only in our North Canterbury located Motor House.