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Signage: 1948 Jaguar Mark IV Drophead Coupe, Jaguar Cars Ltd. - Coventry, England: Following the end of WWII William Lyons' SS Cars Ltd. was renamed Jaguar Cars Ltd. Post-war production resumed with a range of pre-war designs which was essentially a stop-gap measure pending the arrival of an entirely new generation of Jaguars. These were comprised of the compact 1.5 Liter and the 2.5 or 3.5 Liter models, retrospectively known as the Mark IV. The stylish all-steel coachwork was available as a saloon or drophead coupe and featured the kind of luxurious and well-appointed interior that would become a Jaguar hallmark.
Engine: 3.5 Liter; Horsepower 31.5 hp; Wheelbase 120"