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Jaguar Classic Cars for Sale

The British automobile company Jaguar was founded by William Lyons and William Walmsey in 1922. The company's original name at that time was "Standard Swallow" or "Swallow Sidecar Company", abbreviated as "SS". After the 2nd World War it was then renamed as Jaguar.

The history of Jaguar

The carmaker Jaguar started out in Blackpool producing sidecars for motorcycles. In order to enter the automotive industry, a two-seater body was developed in 1927, which was designed by William Lyons for the Austin Seven. After the company moved to Coventry in 1928, it built its first own designs in 1931, the SS1 and SS2. In 1935, with the production of the SS90, the name "Jaguar" was utilised for the first time in order to designate a car model. The number is meant to indicate the maximum speed in miles. The famous Jaguar symbol was present for the first time on this model. With the successor, the SS100, the company celebrated its foothold in the automotive industry due to the very low prices and the racing successes.

The most important models

The following models impressed with their unique elegance. Due to its many racing successes, Jaguar also strengthened its sporty image within the industry. After a fire in 1956, the entire production areas were destroyed, but were successfully rebuilt. In 1959 they conquered the American market with the luxuriously equipped Jaguar MK II. Thanks to the Jaguar E-Type and the legendary models Jaguar MK II and SS100, Jaguar is still a very famous brand.

The logo

Since 1935 the logo is present on all of Jaguars models, and symbolises power, elegance and dynamism. Later Jaguar models are equipped with a hood ornament of the famous predatory cat.

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Image 1/39 of Jaguar SS 100 (1979)
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1979 | Jaguar SS 100

1979 Jaguar SS100 Replica

A$95,578
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2003 | Jaguar XK 120 OTS

2003 Jaguar XK120 Replica

A$57,347
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1970 | Jaguar E-Type

1970 Jaguar E-Type Convertible

A$229,387
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Image 1/25 of Jaguar XK 120 LT-2 (1950)
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1950 | Jaguar XK 120 LT-2

1950 Jaguar XK120 Race-car

A$229,387
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1968 | Jaguar 240

1968 Jaguar MK2 240

A$28,673
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1986 | Jaguar XJS 5.3 V12

Jaguar - XJS Coupe 5.3L V12 - 1986

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1959 | Jaguar XK 150 DHC

Jaguar - XK 150 DHC - 1959

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1962 | Jaguar E-Type 3.8

Jaguar - E-Type SI 3.8 New York Motorshow 1962 - 1962

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1991 | Jaguar XJRS 6.0

Jaguar - XJR 4.0 - 1991

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1951 | Jaguar XK 120 SE FHC

Jaguar - XK 120 FHC - 1951

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1968 | Jaguar 340

1968 Jaguar 340 - Manual with Overdrive

A$57,337
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1986 | Jaguar XJ-S 3.6

1986 Jaguar XJS 3.6 Manual - Ex Factory Promotion Car

A$38,222
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1958 | Jaguar Mk IX

1958 Jaguar MK IX 3.8 Automatic Saloon

A$76,453
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2000 | Jaguar XKR

Jaguar XKR Coupe - 4.0l - 375ch - Faible kilométrage

A$49,328
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1974 | Jaguar E-Type V12

Dieses Fahrzeug finden Sie auf der Classic Expo 2023 in Salzburg

A$213,495
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