The jaguar mark x mark ten later renamed the jaguar 420g was british manufacturer jaguars top of the range saloon car for a decade from 1961 to 1970 the large luxurious mark x succeeded the mark ix as the companys top saloon model and was primarily aimed at the united states market the company hoped to appeal to heads of state diplomats and film stars. Jcna champion class 8 mk vii viim viii ix mk 10x 420g majestic major last revision 7 08 2002 this series of elegant luxury racing saloons was built at browns lane allesley coventry cv5 9dr by jaguar cars ltd in four variations the mkvii the mk viim the mk viii and the mk ix between october 1950 and september 1961. The jaguar mark ix is a four door luxury saloon car produced by jaguar cars between 1959 and 1961 it replaced the previous mark viiithe 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. Between 1950 and 1970 jaguar produced six different big saloon ranges although these in practice amounted to just two basic designs the first design covered the 1950s and began with the mk vii which became the mk viim in 1954 the mk viii in 1956 and then the mk ix in 1958. Large classic saloons fall into two basic and different production types the chassis cars mk vii to mk ix 1950 1961 and monocoque mk x 420g 1961 1970 the chassis cars evolved from the earlier mk v saloon which inherited its chassis from the prewar ss jaguar retrospectively called the mk iv
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