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1947 Jaguar 2½ Litre [Mk.IV]

1947 Jaguar Litre [Mk.IV] in Pool of London, Movie, 1951 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1947 Jaguar 2½ Litre [Mk.IV]

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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JCB UK

2014-07-09 12:55

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HXM604 bonnet -
[Image: hxm6.jpg]

dsl SX

2014-07-09 13:37

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47-48 plate.

johnfromStaffs EN

2014-07-09 14:18

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Jaguar. Colloquially but not officially known as Mk IV.

1 1/2 litre most common, prod 12,713
2 1/2 litre production 7,222
3 1/2 litre production 5,424

Place your bets.

-- Last edit: 2014-07-09 14:19:47

JCB UK

2014-07-09 14:50

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My moneys on 1 1/2 litre then , small motor for a big car .

Mind as it is the get away car maybe its got the big engine :think:

Any way to tell as there are other views of it?

-- Last edit: 2014-07-09 14:53:32

johnfromstaffs EN

2014-07-09 14:59

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It's difficult unless there's one with the bonnet open, although I think that the bonnet is a bit longer on the six-pot cars.

The engine was actually nearer 1.8 litres in fact, and was a bit lacking in go, but folk didn't expect so much performance then. Sedgwick says "a laboured 70mph and negligible acceleration".

-- Last edit: 2014-07-09 16:35:48

bob dieck BR

2014-07-10 01:53

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This headlamps are from a 2,5 or 3,5 litre. The 1,5 headlamps are smaller and they seems higher positioned, you could say they were almost centered with side lamps. When you see the headlamps so down, it's a 6. No doubt at all.

johnfromStaffs EN

2014-07-10 10:26

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Sorted, thanks Bob.

pmscott SX

2017-07-26 23:37

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The 1947 Jaguar HXM604 is a 2½ litre. The only external difference between the 3½ litre and the 2½ litre was that the 3½ litre required a wider radiator.

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