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1952 Jaguar Mark 7 & 1954 Jaguar MK VII Saloon (2 Jags For Sale)

Make: Jaguar
Model: Mark 7
Type: Sedan
Year: 1952
Mileage: 44,000
Color: White
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Blue
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Bloomington, California, United States

1952 Jaguar Mark 7 Additional Info:

Up for sale:

1952 Jaguar Mark VII - Matching Numbers comes with Jaguar Heritage Certificate, 44K miles.

Originally Birch Grey w/ Blue leather interior.

Engine 3.4L 6cyl (Not sure if it runs (turns over), een in a garage in Wisconsin since 1960 I transported it back to California and got it registered)

Original Borg Warner Automatic Transmission

95% Complete missing a few things. (Does have original wheel spats/covers and almost all the chrome pieces + bumpers)

Does have some rust. It was in Wisconsin and driven from 1952 to 1960 before being parked in a barn. (originally sold in California per Jaguar Heritage)

Clean Title (currently registered in CA)

1954 Jaguar Mark VII

Rust free for the most part other than surface rust. Has always been a California car (desert area).

Roller, o motor or trans.

Has Grill and most chrome parts. plus the bumpers)

Clean Title (registered in CA)

I have too many extra parts to list. Come check out these gorgeous cars. Perfect for restoration or rat rod project. I have 15K plus in parts between the two cars if someone wanted to take the time to part it out. I ended up moving onto another project and just don't have the time or space to work on these. If you have any questions or need additional pictures please message me.

Some people have asked some questions and this was in response to those questions. For clarification:

First: both are CLEAN/CLEAR TITLE. (Not rebuilt, alvage or other)

Second: One is definitively stated on the title as a 1952 and the other is definitively stated on the title as 1954.

The 1952 Jag comes with a Jaguar Heritage Certificate which matches the engine, ody, hassis and trans. This one has the matching chassis number on the title. It was originally sold to a Mr. S.C. Gale from Hornburg Dealer, os Angeles, A Date of Dispatch 15 January. The California titles do not have a place for "year of manufacture" but does say "year model" which says 1952.

Chassis # 735113BW

Engine # B2195-8

Body # L011144

Gearbox # J0062

Date of Manufacture 19 July, 954

Transmission Manual w/ Overdrive

Exterior Light Grey

Interior Red

Front Bucket seats (rare option)

The 1954 Jag comes with a Jaguar Heritage Certificate which was researched using only the body number found on the vehicle. From there they were able to find the original chassis number and put it on the certificate. When I purchased this car (first one I bought) I knew very little about them! It has the production plate under the hood on the cowl and everything looked correctly weathered and worn. However I believe the production plate on the 1954 is from another Jaguar (I have one original DMV registration paper from 1979 that shows the same number on the plate. Without and engine and a transmission there was very little research to be done on this car unfortunately. They were able to tell me that Date of Dispatch was 19 August to a Mr A.J. Tulleners...The California titles do not have a place for "year of manufacture" but does say "year model" which says 1954.

Chassis # 738090

Engine # Not Available

Body # L02155

Gearbox # Not Available

Date of Manufacture 21 December, 952

Transmission Automatic

Exterior Birch Grey

Interior Blue

Thanks and Goodluck!