This Three-Position Drophead Coupe has the ability to have its top raised, lowered, or remain halfway up in the 'DeVille' style. There were 4,420 examples of the 3.5-liter Mark IV produced in total by Jaguar with just 560 being Drophead Coupes. Of those, 376 3.5-liter Mark IVs were produced for export.
This Mark IV DHC was given a professional restoration resulting in a First Place, Primary Division at the Grand Classic Concours in Scottsdale, Arizona in 2009. It is painted in deep Red with Burgundy fenders and chrome wire wheels. There are fog lamps, a black cloth top, and a tan interior with the seats and door panels piped in red.
In 2011, the car was offered for sale at the RM Auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. It was estimated to sell for $100,000 - $140,000. As bidding came to a close, the car had been sold for the sum of $110,000 including buyer's premium.Also photographed at :
Jaguar produced 4,420 3.5-liter Mark IVs, with 560 examples being Drophead Coupes. In addition, only 376 3.5-liter Mark IVs were built for export.
This Three-Position Drophead Coupe is a left-hand drive, US-delivery Mark IV that was originally sold in California. It remains in near concours-quality condition and wears a restoration that was completed in 2000. It is painted in burgundy and black with a black three-position top with landau irons, chrome wire wheels, and whitewall tires. Period features include 'flip up' trafficators, complete tool kit mounted within the boot lid, and rare Lucas road lamps.
In 2011, this vehicle was offered for sale at the Amelia Island Auction presented by RM Auctions. It was estimated to sell for $110,000-$125,000. As bidding came to a close, the car had been sold for the sum of $137,500 including buyer's premium.