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2009-03-22 11:20:27 | Rob Reilly writes:

info ex-CJA 1981
owner listed as
Dennis D. Schoneck

2015-05-11 09:31:38 | pauls writes:

Ebay item 5/11/15
www.ebay.com/itm/Jaguar-Other-3-5-Drop-Head-/251951668981
Current bid $55,655 reserve not met 5 bids 1 day left in auction. Car now said to be in Saint Paul, Minnesota. 3k miles reported.

Sellers description:
1950 Jaguar 3.5 Litre Mark V Drop Head Coupe
Jack purchased this Jaguar in 1984 and over the first few years of ownership took great pride in having it restored by the finest craftsmen in the Midwest. All receipts for the work performed by these shops and part suppliers worldwide will be included in the sale. Please search the internet and you will currently find two of these Jaguar Mark V Drop Head Coupes with asking prices over $100,000. Rest assured this Jaguar is in exceptional condition and ready for your driving enjoyment at a price much lower than others advertised.

Jack has maintained this Mark V so as it is always ready for his club cruises, You will not be disappointed.

2019-05-31 13:14:10 | pauls writes:

Car offered at:

www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/jaguar/unspecified/2275618.html

Seller's description:

Location: St. Paul-Falcon Heights, Minnesota, 55113

Seller: Twin Cities Auctions: 33rd Annual Classic Car Auction

Auction: Jun 22, 2019

Location: St. Paul-Falcon Heights, Minnesota, 55113

Condition: Excellent

Exterior: Black

Older correct restoration that shows very. Recent mechanical service including new clutch, brakes and suspension updates. The mark V was introduced to distributors and the press on September 30, 1948. Build by Jaguar Cars from 1948 to 1951. It was avaliable as a four door (sedan) and a two door convertible known as the Drop head Coupe. Both versions seating five adults. It was the first Jaguar with independent front suspension, first with hydraulic brakes, first with fender skirts, first specifically designed to be produced in both right and left hand drive configurations, first with disc center wheels, first with smaller wider 16" balloon tire, first to be offered with sealed headlamps and flashing turn signals for the important American market, and the last model to use the pushrod engines.

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