Catering for the biggest production Jaguars of their generation - the Mk 10 and 420G, and not forgetting the magnificent DS420 limousine, many of which still survive in mayoral garages under numerous town halls, not to mention the Royal Mews.
Featuring Jaguar’s groundbreaking Independent Rear Suspension, the Mk 10 and its later 420G evolution, were the ultimate in luxury motoring from the introduction of the first Mk 10 in 1961 until the 420G bowed out with the arrival of the XK6. Relatively few of these magnificent saloons survive and although their sheer size makes them difficult to store in a modern garage, interest in those that are left has been increasing in recent years, which is why they merit a Register of their own.
If you own one of these superb cars, contact Martin Reynolds, your Register Chairman, with news and photographs of your car – he would be delighted to hear from you. And don’t miss Martin’s regular updates in Jaguar Driver magazine every month. Powered initially by Jaguar’s iconic XK 3.8 engine, and then subsequently by the 4.2, these huge cars could glide effortlessly past 100mph carrying five people in comfort.