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1967 Jaguar 420 SALOON | 1967 Jaguar 420 Model Classic Car in Land O Lakes FL | 6406101645

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1967 Jaguar 420 SALOON

Used 1967 Jaguar 420
Land O Lakes, FL

Condition: UsedExterior color: BlackInterior color: BlackTransmission: AutomaticFule type: GasolineEngine: 6Drivetrain: leftVehicle title: ClearBody type: SedanWarranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warrantyStandard equipment: Air ConditioningDESCRIPTION:I have owned this car for a year garage kept and is originally from California..The car has No Rust Body is straight and runs and drives Good.. The car still has the original engine block, head and transmission.This is what i have done since i have bought this Jaguar.New TiresNew BatteryNew spark plugs/wires and Ignition wireFresh oil change and filterFuel filterComplete transmission service with New seals front and rear.New Brake Master Cylinder Carburetors fully serviced and resealed If you have any questions Or a SOLID OFFER please email or you can call me between 7 am - 9 pm eastern My name is Dave 857-891-XXXX.. Thank You 1 Of ONLY 900 SOLD IN THE U.S.A in 1967-1968..Memorable as a Goodfellas car in England in the 1960s, Here is Short video of this Jaguar on the road.. Nada Hagerty The Jaguar 420 (pronounced "four-twenty") and its Daimler Sovereign equivalent were introduced at the October 1966 London Motor Show and produced for two years as the ultimate expression of a series of "compact sporting saloons" offered by Jaguar throughout that decade, all of which shared the same wheelbase. Developed from the Jaguar S-Type, the 420 cost around 200 more than that model and effectively ended buyer interest in it, although the S-Type continued to be sold alongside the 420/Sovereign until both types were supplanted by the Jaguar XJ6 late in 1968.[1] The Jaguar 420 should not be confused with the larger Jaguar 420G. The 420/Sovereign traces its origins back to the Jaguar Mark 2, which was introduced in 1959 and sold through most of the 1960s. The Mark 2 had a live rear axle and was powered by the XK six-cylinder engine first used in the Jaguar XK120 of 1948. The Mark 2 was available in 2.4, 3.4 and 3.8-litre engine capacities.In 1961 Jaguar launched two new models with the triple SU carburettor version of the 3.8-litre XK engine; the Mark X(pronounced "mark ten") saloon and the E-Type sports car. Both cars used versions of Jaguars new independent rear suspension; the Mark X having a 58-inch (1,500 mm) track and the E-Type a 50-inch (1,300 mm) track. In 1965 the Mark X and E-Type were updated with a new 4.2-litre version of the XK engine, still using triple carburettors.Meanwhile, in 1963 Jaguar had introduced the Jaguar S-Type as a development of the Mark 2. It used a new intermediate-width 54-inch (1,400 mm) version of the independent rear suspension in place of the live rear axle of the Mark 2. Other differences from the Mark 2 were extended rear bodywork to provide for a larger boot, a changed roofline for more rear seat passenger headroom, a slightly plusher interior and detail differences around the nose. The S-Type was available with either 3.4 or 3.8-litre XK engines (only 3.8-litre in USA) but in twin carburettor form because the triple carburettor setup would not readily fit into what was essentially still the Mark 2 engine bay.James Taylor suggests four reasons why Jaguar boss Sir William Lyons might have decided to add yet another model to an already extensive Jaguar range:[2]sales of the Mark X were disappointing; the car was widely seen as being too big and cumbersome and a smaller car with similar standards of technical sophistication and luxury he thought could be more successfuldemands for more luxurious features would add weight to any future models, forcing the drive towards a 4.2-litre-engined compact saloona combination of the 4.2-litre engine with the compact saloon body was expected to have market appealaesthetic objections to the controversially styled S-Type were known to be harming its salesConsequently, Sir William initiated development of a new saloon based on the S-Type, retaining its 54-inch independent rear suspension but adding a twin carburettor version of the 4.2-litre powerplant and frontal styling more akin to that of the Mark X. The new car was released in August 1966 in the form of two badge-engineeFor additional information, reply to this ad or see: 19086XXXXXX
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