SS & JAGUAR CARS OF SUPERIOR QUALITY

  • 1932 SS2 FHC 9HP

    Chassis: 154277 Matching #: Yes. Top speed: 60 mph. Engine: 1003 cc side valve straight four. Gearbox: Four speed manual. Brakes: Mechanical operated drum brakes front & rear. Steering: RHD. Condition: immaculate. Competition history: No. Rarity rank: Extremely rare collector car. Produced: 275 cars. Survivors: 7 cars.

    The very first series of the SS cars and the rarest remaining of all production models and by far the best remaining of all, a important piece of the early Jaguar history.

    Price: £ 475.000

  • 1935 SS90 / works competition car

    Chassis: 249476 Matching #: Yes. Top speed: 110 mph. Engine: Works tuned side valve engine. Gearbox: One-off works developed close ratio four speed. Brakes: Drum brakes. Steering: RHD. Condition: Immaculate & restored to perfection. Competition history: Yes. Rarity rank: Important & unique part Jaguar heritage. Produced: 24 cars. Survivors: 21 cars.

    First production car after the prototype, the only works tuned SS90, used by Sir William Lyons himself for rallies & introduction, 65 years in single ownership.

    Price: £ 9000.000

  • 1935 SS1 AIRLINE 20HP

    Chassis: 248902 Matching #: Yes. Top speed: 80 mph. Engine: 2663 cc side valve straight six. Gearbox: Four speed manual. Brakes: mechanical operated drum brakes front & rear. Steering: RHD. Condition: Immaculate. Competition history: No. Rarity rank: Extremely rare collector car. Produced: 626 cars. Survivors: 28 cars.

    SS1 Airlines are art deco inspired cars, they would fit between the paintings of a gallery, it just had a bare metal repaint and is the more powerful 20HP version.

    Price: £ 795.000

  • 1936 SS1 FHC 20HP

    Chassis: 249477 Matching #: Yes. Top speed: 85 mph. Engine: 2663 cc side valve straight six. Gearbox: Four speed manual. Brakes: Mechanical operated drum brakes front & rear. Steering: RHD. Condition: Superb. Competition history: No. Rarity rank: Extremely rare collector car. Produced: 203 cars. Survivors: 18 cars.

    These SS1 Two Light cars were very nice shaped coupes and this one is also the more powerful 20hp version and also the very last one of the production line.

    Its obivious it was a wealthy era at time of the production of these high class sports coupe's.

    Price: £ 625.000

  • 1936 SS SALOON

    Chassis: 11849 Matching #: No. Top speed: 88 mph. Engine: 2663 cc ohv straight six. Gearbox: Four speed manual. Brakes: Mechanical operated drum brakes front & rear. Steering: RHD. Condition: Good and fully operational. Competition history: No. Rarity rank: Rare collector car. Produced: 3426 cars. Survivors: 80 cars.

    Probably the nicest British saloon car of days and very useable in modern traffic, older restoration up and running with no urgent needs, a nice lady in all respects. 

    These cars are extremely rare and not comperable with a Jaguar MK4 and an invest of great potential.

    Price: £ 69.000

  • 1937 SS DHC / coach built by Tuscher

    Chassis: 12675 Matching #: Yes. Top speed: 90 mph. Engine: 2663 cc ohv straight six. Gearbox: Four speed manual. Brakes: Hydraulic drum brakes front & rear. Steering: RHD. Condition: Immaculate & perfect. Competition history: No. Rarity rank: Extemely rare collector car. Produced: 3 cars. Survivors: 3 cars.

    Probably the most handsome SS-JAGUAR DHC of era and the most decent ones build.

    The doors are locking not less than a swiss safe and the hood is very much developed.

    She belongs to the top quality of days at a level far above Rolls Royce.

    Price: £ 5000.000

  • 1938 SS100 FHC / one off factory car

    Chassis: 39088 Matching #: Yes. Top speed: 105 MPH. Engine: 3500 cc over head valve. Gearbox: Four speed manual. Brakes: Four mechanical operated drum brakes. Steering: RHD. Condition: Restored in the 80's, still in very good condition. Rarity rank: Important & unique part Jaguar heritage. Produced: One car. Survivors: One car.

    This 1938 SS100 Coupe and the 1966 XJ13 are the most unique one-off jaguar works cars produced and invaluable.

    She performs exceptionally well due to her super light alloy body with powerful 3.5 l engine which is strategically low fitted between her fenders.

    A car with complete provenance and fully authentic in perfect driving condition.

    Price: £ 7000.000

  • 1950 XK120 OTS / 4491 miles from new

    Chassis: 670312. Matching #: Yes. Top speed: 125 mph. Engine: 3442 cc ohc twin cam. Gearbox: Four speed manual. Brakes: Four hydraulic operated drum brakes. Steering: LHD. Condition: Untouched original 4491 miles from new time warp. Competition history: No. Rarity rank: Irriplaceable piece Jaguar heritage.

    Three owners and 4491 miles from new and untouched original condition with full provenance and she servived the years well, a unique opportunity for the collector.

    Price: £ 750.000

  • 1952 XK120 OTS / road race car

    Chassis: 673219 Matching #: No. Top speed: 155 MPH. Engine: 3442 cc double over head camshaft. Gearbox: Four speed manual all synchro. Brakes: Four hydraulic operated disc brakes. Steering: RHD. Condition: Fully rebuild. Competition history: No. Rarity rank: Custom built car.

    Rebuild to works competition spec and uprated to rack & pinion steering / disc brakes / rear coil springs / 270 bhp engine, mechanical overhaul in 2018.

    This is a car to drive and enjoy and will not disappoint in expectations.

    Price: £ 395.000

  • 1962 XKSS / reconstruction by Lynx

    Chassis: 877016. Matching #: Yes. Top speed: 170 mph. Engine: 4200 cc straight six twin cam. Gearbox: Close ratio four speed. Brakes: Disc brakes. Steering: RHD. Condition: Very good condition. Competition history: No. Rarity rank: Limited edition. Produced: 9 cars. Survivors: 9 cars.

    Build by Lynx Motors ltd in 1989 for Mr Robert Arscott then sold in 1997 to the current owner and well preserved since with only 4089 miles from new.

    Lynx XKSS cars where the very best reconstructions produced in a small quantity.

    Price: £ 425.000