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1973 V12 series 1 XJ Vanden Plas.
1967 3.8 litre S type Jaguar auto.
1955 Mark 7 Jaguar
1958 Jaguar 2.4 Mark 1 Saloon
. . . . . (restoration project). . . . .

1974 Daimler DS420 Limousine
1956 Daimler Century Saloon,
1969 Jaguar 4.2L E type 2 plus 2
1962 Mark II 2.4 litre Jaguar
1982 4.2 litre Series 3 XJ6 Soverereign
1982 Jaguar Series 3v XJ6 Saloon
1997 Jaguar XK8 Coupe
1965 Jaguar 3.8 litre S Type Saloon
1987 Jaguar XJ 40 Saloon
1967 3.8 Litre S Type Jaguar
Series 3.4 Litre XJ6 (Roy Booty)
Series 3 4.2 Litre XJ6 (Mcdonald)
Series 1 4.2 Litre XJ6
1962 3.8I E type Coupe
1965 Jaguar Mark 10 Saloon

1948 Jaguar Mk IV Drophead,
1959 Jaguar Mk IX Saloon

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1965 Jaguar Mark 10 Saloonů

.Owned by Col Vern   Yepoon.

1965 Jaguar Mark 10 Saloon

1965 Jaguar Mark 10 Saloon

Jaguar Mark 10 was the largest saloon car that was built by the British Jaguar manufacturer. It is known as the widest production that Jaguar Cars ever produced. It even succeeded the Jaguar Mark IX.

The "suspension" was independent all round with "coil springs" at the front. Two engine sizes were offered with "3781" cc until "1964" when the larger "4235" cc unit took over. 

Automatic transmission and manual with overdrive were options but most cars left the factory with the "automatic choice of box".

The Daimler DS420 was a relative model of Mark 10 Jaguar. This type of car was manufactured from 1961 to 1970. Productions have 3.8 litre, 420 G, and 4.2 litre. Jaguar XJ6 is the successor of Mark X Jaguar. The wheelbase has 120 inches, 3050 mm and the length have 202 inches, or 5130 mm. Jaguar Mark X saloon has a width of 76 inches or 1930 mm and have a curb weight of 4,200 lb or 1,860 kg.