1953 Jaguar VII
|Engine Size:||350 CID|
|Int. Color:||Gray Leather|
The Jaguar Mark VII was introduced at the 35th International Motor Exhibition in London in 1950. The Mark VII model was produced from 1950-1954. During that period, 20,918 were sold and only 3,353 1953 models were built for that year. Bentley had already used the Mark VI name, so Jaguar went to the next Roman numeral.
The Mark VII had the same roofline and grille of the Mark V. The body was now a full-width body and had slab sides. The design blended pure luxury that was combined with exceptional performance.
This is a great 53 Jag Mark VII that not only has beautiful lines and elegant design, it also is an incredibly fun driver. It is a classic look with a modern drivetrain.
Exterior is silver with particularly good paint. Wheels are Luxor wire wheels, and they are in excellent condition.
Interior is gray leather that is in excellent condition. Door panels have a sculpted Jaguar that adds a genuinely nice touch. Carpet is gray and in good condition. The woodgrain dash is in excellent shape and has the elegant trim on top. A Jaguar emblem is on the glove box. The original Jag ashtray remains. A modern speedometer and a fuel gauge were added on.
Engine is a 350 CID and is paired with the 700R automatic transmission. This combination gives you a more reliable and powerful drive than the original drivetrain.
This car has all modern comforts! Features are power steering, tilt wheel, power brakes, 6-way power driver and passenger front seats, AC, and a stereo.
Enjoy an exceedingly rare and timeless classic car while having all the modern comforts of today! This car is in Kentucky. It is available for viewing by appointment only.