Gateway Classic Cars of Atlanta is proud to present this awesome
1963 Jaguar Mark II 3.4L saloon. Jaguar was founded in 1922 as the
Swallow Side Car Company. Originally, manufacturing sidecars for
motorcycles and producing its first vehicle in 1935. In 1945,
formally changing its name to Jaguar Cars Limited. Jaguars claim to
fame has always been the ability to build and sell exotic
eye-catching sports cars. Even though Jaguar has been bought and
sold by many companies over their existence, Jaguar has never
failed in designing some of most beautiful vehicles ever produced.
Our 1963 Jaguar Mark-II 3.4 is a nice example of how Jaguar has
been able to distinguish themselves in the luxury sports car
market. Just one glance at the front end and you know it is a
Jaguar. This four-door saloon is painted in glimmering gloss White
with accenting Black leather interior. All accented with real wood
trim. Under the hood is a 3.4- liter engine fitted with twin SU HD6
carburetors producing 190 horse- power, Attached to a Manual
transmission. Options including an AM radio, wire wheels, Radial
Tires, posi-traction, Telescopic Wheel, and seatbelts finish off
this gorgeous piece of art. This 1963 Jaguar Mark II Saloon would
be a great addition to any distinguished car collection. To view
this 1963 Jaguar Mark II, you can visit us in our Alpharetta
Showroom, or visit us online including HD pictures and videos at
www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call
678-894-4833 or [email protected] See more at
1963 Jaguar Mark II
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