1962 Jaguar Mark II White

1962 Jaguar Mark II White

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Vehicle Specification

Mark II
Listing ID
Body Style
Fuel Type
Exterior Color

Vehicle Description

1962 Jaguar MK II Saloon


The body styling looks like it could have been blown from a bubble

machine as there is not a straight line on this car. Leading with a

leaper, it jumps just above an oval shaped vertical ribbed grille.

On either side are the larger round headlights and below some fog

lights showing slightly smaller. On the lower corners of the

bulbous front fenders is a small round signal light. A nicely

fitting bumper is below and has a small central bump to accommodate

the bean shaped grille. Front fenders round over and form the wheel

wells and flank the V shaped hood. This runs back to the curved

oval windscreen, a thin A pillar and more oval styling for the side

glass and door sills. This is a 4 door version, and gaps are pretty

well minded. Just a few areas of some blemishes and bubbling metal

underneath white paint are noted. A sill trimming runs from the

front of the hood edges rearward across the sills then dives

downward to the rear quarter edges and eventually the rear of the

car. Here a large tail light resides just above another shiny wrap

around bumper. The trunk lid is curved and has a large plate light

above. Gray steel wheels are wrapped in black wall rubber and have

chromed center caps.


Inside red leather buckets in bomber style flank a center red

console. Upfront a burl dash top has a slightly angled dash front

and here in front of the driver are 2 large circular gauges. In the

center is a litany of toggles lined up just below some round

gauges, the ignition and a mounted radio just above the console

intersection. More burl for the door sills, and more red leather

for the door panels. In back is a near perfect red overstuffed

bench. Red carpeting floods the floors, and above is a nice tan

fuzzy broadcloth headliner and visors.


Under the bonnet is a silver dual snorted air cleaner veering out

to the sides. This tops a silver engine and valve covering. All

buttoned up is a 3.8L 6 cylinder mill with 2 SU carbs, (H6Ds), and

a Borg Warner 3 Speed Autogear automatic transmission. Power goes

to a rear axle of 3.54 gearing.


I say looking mostly chipper underneath with some slight invasive

rust on the corners of the lower rear curved undercarriage, mainly

on the drivers side. Otherwise black undercoated stamped steel

floor pans and rockers. Independent coil springs in front, and leaf

springs on back provide the ride, and disc braking on all 4 corners

is on.


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