vie de tous les jours car ce modèle est fiable, l'entretien n'en pas très onéreux, et la conduite est un plaisir raffiné, tout de douceur et de silence. Vos passagers seront traités avec le luxe qu'ils méritent. Since the smooth six-cylinder engine in line to burl walnut or comfortable leather Connolly, passengers as the driver of a "Mark 10" are special and will always remain. Cross a Jaguar sixties is a unique pleasure because it does not mean a luxury “bling bling”, but know-be who is to calmly enjoy a certain quality of life, to reach a peaceful happiness, peaceful. Technically, the six-cylinder 3.8-liter produces 265 horsepower for a comfortable torque of 36 kgm at 4400 rev / min. The car reached over 190 km / h in peak if necessary, and is equipped with four disc brakes. Version 3.8 l was manufactured 12 971 copies, only 3846 LHD, reflecting the strong personality of this British model. MK X was manufactured from October 1961 to August 1964, when version 4.2 liters (same power, but 39 kgm of torque) succeeded it. We are pleased to present this fully restored model to real amateurs, because the car is an authentic historical testimony of a golden era of the automobile of the twentieth century. The dashboard in burr walnut and lacquered interior trim, complemented
by bakelite accessories and nickelplated copper is a set which alone is almost came as a symbol of luxury in car history, by its magnificence. At the rear, the "picnic tables" (folding bars), precious wood varnished, hinged on chrome brass compass, used to write a word of sustenance at a halt, or to ask a book or newspaper. The prestigious Mark 10 have become extremely rare, having been dramatically depleted due to lower brand awareness, to the general public than their "cousins" more common MK 2. This is a Classic Automobile we can easily adopt to beautify the life of every day because this model is reliable, maintenance not very expensive, and driving is a refined pleasure, all softness and silence. Your passengers will be treated with the luxury they deserve.
Dimanche 20 mars 2016 à 14 h30 / 80