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 The Monocoque Series Mark X to 420G (1961 to 1970)

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PostSubject: The Monocoque Series Mark X to 420G (1961 to 1970)   Sat May 15, 2010 8:35 am

I couldnt remember if this got cleared up in the competition Question

The Monocoque-series was a completely new design with one of Jaguars first self-supporting carriages. Compared with its predesessor the new body was shaped essentially more flat, stretched and elegant.


JAGUAR Mk X 3.8 (October 1961 to August 1964)
No chrome trim on the sides
Raditor grille not devided
Dashboard top without upholstery

JAGUAR Mk X 4.2 (October 1964 to December 1966)
Outside distinguishing to 3.8 Mark X only by type designation on rear bonnet

JAGUAR 420G (October 1966 to June 1970)
body (carriage) exactly like Mark X
chrome trim on the sides with integrated small blinker signals
radiator grille with strong vertikal middle bar
dashboard with upholstery on top and integrated central watch
two-tone colour on demand

Can you think of any other differences Question
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