JA­GUAR MARK VIII CLAS­SIC & EXCEPTIONAL

EL MARK VIII COM­PAR­TÍA ELE­MEN­TOS CON OTROS MO­DE­LOS DE LA MAR­CA, PE­RO TE­NÍA MU­CHOS DE­TA­LLES PRO­PIOS. EL MO­TOR SEIS EN LÍ­NEA, DE 3.4 L Y 190 CV, TE­NÍA UNA TA­PA DE ALU­MI­NIO DI­FE­REN­TE, QUE JA­GUAR LLA­MA­BA TI­PO B. EL IN­TE­RIOR DEL AU­TO ERA MÁS LU­JO­SO QUE SU AN­TE

Excelencias del Motor - - Classic Bikes -

This 1956 Ja­guar Mark VIII is part of that pro­ject. Nearly four years ago, he got it from Án­gel Manuel “Pi­li”, a friend that is al­so in­ter­es­ted in the res­to­ra­tion of the­se cars. The Ja­guar was in a dread­ful condition, but its po­ten­tial was hu­ge. Iván did so­me re­search on the vehicle. The­re we­re ba­rely twenty of the­se in Cu­ba and only 6 227 units we­re ma­de. That was the reason why fin­ding parts was a nearly im­pos­si­ble task. Based on nu­me­rous ima­ges and spe­ci­fi­ca­tions of that ti­me, the vehicle was gi­ven back its cha­rac­ter and no­bi­lity.

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