Assorted posters from Jaguar.
Jaguar XK 150 Roadster poster. The Jaguar XK150 Roadster was launched in March 1958 and succeeded the XK140. Disc brakes and overdrive included, it was initially powered by a 3.5 engine (uprated to 3.8 in 1959). Inside, the smell of leather and wood enticed you to set off on a motoring adventure. Production ceased in 1960 to make way for the soon-to-be-launched E-Type. (avaiable at Art Of Motoring)
Jaguar Mark Ten Saloon showroom poster. Launched in 1961, the same year as the E-type, this was a luxury saloon (some would say majestic) with a hand-built appearance. With its bulging sides - it was over 6 foot wide and almost 17 foot long - it was hard to believe this car was mass-produced. Its opulent interior incorporated an abundance of leather and walnut and the prestige of owning one was akin to ownership of a Rolls Royce. The automatic gear change was situated on the steering column and it could rocket from 0-60 in around 10 seconds. In 1966, the Mark Ten was strangely renamed the 420G. A total of 25,000 were manufactured until 1970 and was the forerunner to the XJ6. (available at Art Of Motoring).