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Signage:1950 Jaguar Mark V Coupe, Three-Position Drophead Convertible: This was Jaguar's entry into the sophisticated export market. It is one of sixteen three-position drophead Coupes manufactured for export (left-hand drive). It is powered by a 3.5 litre, 6-cylinder double overhead cam engine with a four-speed transmission. The car is completely original, has less than 45,000 actual miles and is completely functional. It is an excellent example of craftsmanship. The woodwork is match-grained burled walnut on the dash and window trim. The upholstery is finest-quality leather with mohair headlining and carpeting. It is a very rare and desirable example of British motorcars of the early postwar era.