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1964 Jaguar Mk.II

1964 Jaguar Mk.II in The Da Vinci Code, Movie, 2006 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1964 Jaguar Mk.II

Position 01:54:08 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle


junkman UK

2006-11-24 02:16


Jaguar MK II

Onehandclapping US

2007-12-31 04:25


Is this the same car Det. Morse uses on the PBS series? I wish we could see the whole car, and not just the nose...

Buc84 US

2007-12-31 04:37


Same kind of car,but I think his was a different color??? (His was a deep red or maroon,this one looks more like it's black??)

chris40 UK

2007-12-31 09:32


Also, this appears to have a registration ending in B (1964) or D ('66): DI Morse's was 248 RPA and somewhat older.

skilleter EN

2010-03-25 14:03


This Jaguar Mk 2 is almost certainly 1964- later ones had 'lighter' bumpers- much less hansom than the 'fluted' style shown here. The colour is maroon, and most probably the interior is light tan in colour. My father owned one in exactly these colours- a 3.4 liter, which was really the best of the three variants for all round performance and handling. As a 17 year old I drove it through Spain and remember long periods above 100mph in very hot conditions. The XJ engine was one of the finest anywhere at that time - though it was noted for using almost as much oil as petrol in hot climates! This was a superb car and beautifully finished, given the moderste cost- even the exhaust manifolds were thickly enameled. Today a 17 year old would never get insurance for driving such a car, but I was privilaged to do so. Occasionally I even drove to school in it- I had a very trusting father! If I remember rightly the 3.8 liter had a gold background to the circular radiator badge. There is just a 'hint' that that badge may be present on the car illustrated.

-- Last edit: 2010-03-25 14:15:45

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