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1960
Jaguar
Mark IX
Stock # 3545-NSH
Engine 3.8L Inline-6 DOHC
Transmission 4 Speed Automatic
Color Silver
Interior Gray
Mileage 75,806 (Unknown)
Chassis
Front Suspension Type Torsion Beam w/Shocks
Rear Suspension Type Leaf Springs w/ Shocks
Front Wheel Specification 16"
Rear Wheel Specification 16"
Front Tire Specification P225/75R16
Rear Tire Specification P225/75R16
Front Brakes Specification Power Disc
Options
Seatbelts (Front) Four Wheel Disc Brakes Leather Seats Heat Defrost AM Radio
Documentation
Build Receipts
Advertised Price
$79,995
OR
$733.19
per month
BEAUTIFUL ELEGANT STYLING, 3.8L DOHC INLINE 6, UPGRADED 700R4 TRANS, COOL JAG!

The 1960 Jaguar Mark IX sedan is the family saloon with the heart of an E-Type. Beautifully styled and offering a spirited driving experience, this powerful sedan is exactly what you'd expect from England's most accessible luxury marque. This particular bombshell is a former concourse winner that was treated to a comprehensive restoration in 2008, and a recent and very gorgeous paint job that has it looking better than it did in 1960. If you're looking for an impressive trophy hunter and immensely comfortable driver, then your search is over, because this is vintage British motoring at its finest.

Dressed in an elegant two-tone Silver-over-Gray finish, this long, sleek Jag really looks like a million bucks. It has a wonderful, off-the-charts vintage curb appeal that's bright and shiny as can be in person, yet inviting and appropriate for modern times as well. When standing next to this 4-door beauty, one feels underdressed in anything short of a tuxedo. The restoration was so thorough and impressive back then that this car was painstakingly gone through in 2008, winning several prestigious concours-level awards, and although it likely didn't need it, a full and period-perfect respray was ... Please ask for the full description.

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La Vergne, TN, 37086
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Stock #:
3545-NSH
1960 Jaguar Mark IX
$79,995

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1960 Jaguar Mark IX

$79,995
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$734/month
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Stock
3545-NSH
Engine Size
3.8L Inline-6 DOHC
Transmission
4 Speed Automatic
Miles
75,806 (Unknown)
Location
Nashville
Condition
Used
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BEAUTIFUL ELEGANT STYLING, 3.8L DOHC INLINE 6, UPGRADED 700R4 TRANS, COOL JAG!

The 1960 Jaguar Mark IX sedan is the family saloon with the heart of an E-Type. Beautifully styled and offering a spirited driving experience, this powerful sedan is exactly what you'd expect from England's most accessible luxury marque. This particular bombshell is a former concourse winner that was treated to a comprehensive restoration in 2008, and a recent and very gorgeous paint job that has it looking better than it did in 1960. If you're looking for an impressive trophy hunter and immensely comfortable driver, then your search is over, because this is vintage British motoring at its finest.

Dressed in an elegant two-tone Silver-over-Gray finish, this long, sleek Jag really looks like a million bucks. It has a wonderful, off-the-charts vintage curb appeal that's bright and shiny as can be in person, yet inviting and appropriate for modern times as well. When standing next to this 4-door beauty, one feels underdressed in anything short of a tuxedo. The restoration was so thorough and impressive back then that this car was painstakingly gone through in 2008, winning several prestigious concours-level awards, and although it likely didn't need it, a full and period-perfect respray was recently applied. That's what happens when you own such an important car, it needs to be 'up to snuff' at all times, and it's obvious that the paint and bodywork was of the 'no expense spared' variety. It may not be perfect, simply because nothing in this world really is, but at this price point you'd be hard-pressed to find a nicer car. The curvaceous styling of the Mark IX sedan is unmistakably Jaguar and you can see echoes of the XK150 in the grille and front end, not to mention the curved windows, dramatic rear end, and oversized fender skirts. All four doors fit well and close with a firmness that's hard to quantify and which buyers would pay extra to have on their cars today. There's plenty of bright trim, all of it done with exquisitely good taste, and it shows incredibly well, particularly the waterfall grille up front and all the gorgeous light housings fore and aft. Ornate bumpers were polished to a terrific shine, matching all the elegant brightwork, and the twin tailpipes jutting under rear bumper hint at the performance under the hood.

The Brits are famous for building interiors like nobody else, and this Jaguar is the epitome of British elegance. Soft gray leather hides cover the seats, which are so nice that you'd never guess they carried many passengers, with only minor comfort marks in the front seats present. Wonderfully plush and deep piled carpets suggest luxury and help control noise and all the gorgeous wood you see is actual burled walnut, not some simulation. The big steering wheel has a slender rim and the car can be guided with just your fingertips and the 4-speed automatic transmission is lever controlled on the column. Big, round Smiths gauges remain in excellent shape, including the big speedometer just to the right of the wheel and the matching tachometer all the way near the glove box. All the original ignition, switches, and levers give this Jag that airplane cockpit look British automobile designers have been fond of for decades, and even the original AM radio is remarkably still in place. Burled walnut trays give the rear passengers somewhere to rest their champagne flutes, and the back seat looks very lightly used and is comfortable enough to chauffeur around the Prime Minster (although even in this large space, there may not be enough room for a Boris Johnson party, if you'll allow me to be so cheeky). The boot is spacious enough for overnight bags and includes a mounted spare tire, and in case you haven't guessed already, it too is in great shape.

Under the long hood beats the heart of an E-Type, a 3.8 liter DOHC inline-six that makes silky smooth power rivaled only by an electric motor. The renowned XK series motor was the same that won at LeMans in '51 and '53, and further improvements in reliability and performance of this legendary Straight 6 throughout the years made the price to performance ratio so attractive to the public, that it even developed a reputation for being the getaway car for of choice for many British criminals. The scintillating soundtrack is a big part of the Jag's appeal, designed to be enjoyed not simply quietly driven like big Jags of the past. You can forget the unfair rumors about British electrical systems, as this car starts quickly and easily and drives so well you'll forget that it's over 60 years old. With lots of polished aluminum and a dual HD6 SU carburetors up top, it has a beautifully detailed look under the hood and like many owners, you'll probably discover that keeping it healthy really isn't all that much of a challenge after all. It was all painstakingly restored to original specs at the time of the concours restoration, and the lone deviation from stock that we can find in the drivetrain is actually a great improvement: a 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission with overdrive that transforms this saloon into a genuine grand tourer. The undercarriage is incredibly solid and clean, featuring a suspension that ideally blends handling and ride comfort in a way no other automaker has been able to duplicate, and the Mark IX was the first production car to offer 4-wheel servo-assisted disc brakes and a recirculating ball power steering system. Gorgeous gray wheels adorned with correct chrome hubcaps and beauty rings finish the opulent look, all of which are wrapped in 225/75/16 whitewall radials.

A simply stunning car that's every bit as wonderful to drive. Offered with build receipts and miscellaneous manuals, this beautiful Jag has old world charm with performance that feels far younger. Call today!

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Features

  • Seatbelts (Front)
  • Four Wheel Disc Brakes
  • Leather Seats
  • Heat
  • Defrost
  • AM Radio
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Documentation

  • Build Receipts
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SPECS

Exterior Color
Silver
Interior Color
Gray
Transmission Spec
700R4
Front Suspension
Torsion Beam w/Shocks
Rear Suspension
Leaf Springs w/ Shocks
Front Brakes
Power Disc
Rear Brakes
Power Disc
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