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1959 JAGUAR MK1 3.4IDCC-0171



The Jaguar Mark 1 is a British sedan produced by Jaguar between 1955 and 1959. The 3.4-liter saloon was announced in the United States on February 26, 1957 and was expressly designed for the US market and was initially not available in the domestic market English. Its interior had a similar design of the contemporary interiors of the Jaguar family, with most of the switches located on the central dashboard between the driver and the passenger. This arrangement reduced the differences between the LHD and RHD versions. Since February 1957, it offered the largest and heaviest 3.4 liters, with 210 hp. The 3.4 had a larger front grille for better cooling, and the rear axle was shortened to make it stronger. 19,992 of the 2.4 and 17.405 of the 3.4-liter versions were made. This car had a top speed of 119.8 mph (192.8 km / h), an acceleration of 97 km / h (0-60 mph) in 11.2 seconds and a fuel consumption of (13.4 L / 100 km). The Mark I 3.4-liter blocks competed successfully in many rallyes and racing cars with drivers such as Stirling Moss, Mike Hawthorn, Tommy Sopwith and Roy Salvadori. Check all the photographs and documentation and take this classic at an unrepeatable price, or ask us for the information you need.

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Main Features
Model MK1 3.4
Year of production 1959
Odometer 198132km
Country SPAIN
Engine Type Gasoline
Engine Brand JAGUAR
Engine Power (HP) 210cv
Vehicle Characteristics
Body type Sedan
Number of doors 4
Number of places 5
Color GRIS
Headligths Halogen
Mechanical Features
Switch Manual
Gears 4
Cylinder capacity 3400cc
Max. Speed 193km/h
Acceleration 0-100km/h 11.2s
Average consumption 13.4l/100