Oxford - 1/43 Jaguar Mk IX Black/Imperial Maroon

The luxury Jaguar Mk IX was produced by Jaguar Cars for two years only between 1959 and 1961, during which time just over 10,000 came off the production line. It was the successor to the Mk VIII and initially the only difference between the two was the Mk XI badge on the boot lid, although later models had a larger tail-light assembly and an added amber section to the traffic indicators Competitively priced, you could get one for as little as £1995 with a manual gearbox, to £2163 with automatic transmission. If you had invested in one and still had it today in good condition, prices range from £20,000 to £49,000, looking at the present market!

Our more realistically priced 1:43 scale replica, registered XXM 568, comes in a very smart two-tone colour scheme of black and maroon with lots of contrasting chromework. With red interior floor and seating and brown dashboard, other interior details include an automatic transmission steering wheel, negating the need for a gearstick fixed to the transmission tunnel.

- Scale: 1/43
- Detailed interior, exterior
- Detailed rotating wheels with real rubber tires
- Oxford Diecast may have some plastic or metal parts
- This model is part of Oxford collection
- An Accurate Scale Model and replica
- Features highly detailed paintwork
- Not a toy, suitable for age 14+


Brand Oxford Diecast
Scale 1/43
Material Diecast

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