The Jaguar Mark IX was produced between 1959 and 1961. It replaced the previous Mark VIII. The early versions were identical in exterior appearance to the Mark VIII except for the addition of a chrome Mk IX badge to the boot lid. Later versions had a larger tail-lamp assembly with the addition of an amber section for the direction indicators, visually similar to the tail-lights of the smaller Mark 2 Jaguar sedan. It was replaced by the lower and more contemporary-styled Mark X in 1961.
In the luxury car market, the Jaguar Mk IX was very competitively priced, selling for ₤1995 with manual gearbox, ₤2063 with overdrive, and ₤2163 with automatic transmission, which was less than half the price of similar competitors.
A 1959 Jaguar Mk IX "Barn Find" which has not seen daylight for at least the last 25 years. It comes with everything you see in the pictures, including an engine in bits. There are a lot of spares which the vendor is going through, and he will advise what there is as soon as he has finished.
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