Jaguar Mk II 3.8 Saloon

The Jaguar Mk II 3.8 was undoubtedly one of the greatest saloon cars of all time.
It was introduced in 1959, replacing the Jaguar Mk I and its great success was its astonishing performance that brought in a difficult position many sports cars of that era. Its great advantage was that its handling was such of a fast sports car together with four comfortable passenger seats and Jaguar’s traditional luxury, namely leather upholstery, wood paneling on the dashboard, window frames, doors, front seat backs, etc.
This car was acquired by the Museum in Greece and has Greek registration plates.

Built year: 1967
Engine type / cc: 6 in line / 3,781cc
Engine output: 220bhp / 5,500rpm
Top speed: 201 km/h
Number produced: 30,153 (91,226 all Mk II models)

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