1959→1967 Jaguar Mark 2
Jaguar’s mid-size four-door sedan, known in England as a Saloon was the Mark 2 which was produced in great numbers from 1959 to 1967. It was eventually replaced outright by the XJ6.
|type||Series Production Car|
|production years||1959 – 1967|
|ignition||Lucas Distributor & Coil|
|block material||Cast Iron w/Aluminum Cylinder Head|
|fuel feed||2 SU Carburetors, HD8 2|
|displacement||3781 cc / 230.73 in³|
|bore||87.0 mm / 3.425 in|
|stroke||106.0 mm / 4.1732 in|
|power||175.2 kw / 235.0 bhp @ 5500 rpm|
|specific output||62.15 bhp per litre|
|torque||352.5 nm / 260.0 ft lbs @ 4000 rpm|
|body / frame||Unitary Steel MOnocoque w/Front Steel Subframe|
|wheel type||Steel Disc|
|front brakes||Dunlop Discs w/Servo Assist|
|f brake size||9.5 x 279 mm / 0.375 x 11.0 in|
|rear brakes||Dunlop Discs w/Servo Assist|
|r brake size||9.5 x 254 mm / 0.375 x 10.0 in|
|steering||Rack & Pinion|
|f suspension||Wishbones w/Torsion Bars, Hydrualic Telescopic Dampers|
|r suspension||Lower Wishbones & Half-Shafts w/Transverse Links, Twin Coil Springs, Hydrualic Telescopic Dampers|
|tran clutch||Borg & Beck 10|
|gear ratios||3.377:1, 1.860:1, 1.283:1, 1.00:1|
Auction Sales History
1963 Jaguar MkII 3.8 Saloon P218707DN – sold for $38,500 Desirable, powerful 3.8-liter model with overdrive. Recently discovered after long-term storage. Matching numbers engine recently rebuilt. A British saloon car performance icon. Attractive color combination of black over red.
Auction Source: The Scottsdale Auction 2015 by Bonhams
1962 Jaguar Mark II 3.8-Litre Saloon P219796BW – sold for $52,800 Professional Restoration by Marque Specialists. Equipped with Overdrive and Blaupunkt Radio. Retained by Original Owner for Over 45 Years. Striking Colors, Interior, and Well-Detailed Engine Compartment. Accompanied by JDHT Certifcate and Digital Photo Documentation of Restoration.
Auction Source: The Scottsdale Auctions 2015 by Gooding & Company
1960 Jaguar Mark II 3.8 Saloon P 215228 DN – sold for $93,500 Only 700 miles since a frame-off restoration by marque experts in the UK. Finished in British Racing Green with a green leather interior. Includes JDHT Certificate; originally built for export.
Auction Source: Arizona 2015 by RM Auctions
1964 Jaguar Mk2 3.4-Litre Saloon – sold for €24,323 his desirable manual/overdrive-equipped 3.4-litre Mk2 was restored by Checkpoint circa 2002/2003 and converted to triple-carburettor induction. The car is finished in grey metallic with red leather interior and comes with Netherlands registration papers.
Auction Source: The Paris Sale 2012 by Bonhams
1962 Jaguar MKII 3,8L – sold for €27,126 Sold new in by French importers Garage Delecroix in Paris, this 1962 Jaguar Mark II 3.8 is one of the few of French origin. It is coloured metallic dark grey with a fine red interior and, after major restoration in 1997/8 and (for the mechanics) in 2002, is in fine condition from every point of view. A bulging file of invoices gives details of the work carried out, for over €20,000, by GT Services in Yermenonville, near Chartres.
Auction Source: 2010 Artcurial Sport & GTs au Mans Classic