Lot 642-1948 Jaguar Mark IV Drop Head Coupe


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Same family ownership since the 1970’s. Their pride and joy – one of only 180 produced. This 1948 Jaguar Mark IV Drop Head Coupe has been garage kept and is resplendent. In wonderful driving condition throughout.

Brownie purchased the car in 1973. He was a multi-concourse winner and participated in many car shows throughout the years. Usually, winning either Best in Class or People’s Choice. His favorite was the All British Field Meet held yearly labor day weekend in Portland. For at least, 35 yrs he drove the Grand Marshal in the Daffodil Parade, from Dale Chihuly to one of the first Daffodil Princesses. In 2006 he was scheduled to drive Gov. Christine Gregoire until the Wa. State Patrol decided that he was to old and Brownie and his Jaguar ended up on the front page of the Tacoma News Tribune. Todd has shown the car a few times since Brownie passed on Dec. 22, 2008. We decided maybe it was time for a new family to enjoy the Jaguar as much as our family has for the last 46 yr s.