In 1948 Jaguar presented the Mark V with two six-cylinder engines: one with 2663cc producing 102bhp and another with 3485cc producing 125 bhp. The rear wheels were driven via a 4-speed gearbox with middle shift, and braking was provided by a fully hydraulic system. Production ceased in 1951; up to that point a total of 9,502 sedans and 1,000 convertibles had been built. This particular model of an MKV was delivered to Los Angeles, USA in 1950 and subsequently spent most of its time in Switzerland. Having been thoroughly tested by our Jaguar Classic experts, this stately Cabriolet is now for sale at Classic Works Germany.