Austin Seven Swallow - grille
SS 1 2½litre 1933 Tourer - badge
Daimler 2½litre V8. Edward Turner had designed engines for motorcycles Triumph and later BSA. When BSA and Daimler combined Turner designed a 2548cc lightweight V8 engine for Daimler and Jaguar used it in the Mk2 body to create this V8 saloon.
Jaguar MkV 3½litre - ornament
Jaguar XJ-S V12 1986. From 1981 V12 cars now had the high-swirl design 'May' cylinder heads, sometimes called 'fireball' heads. These gave both greater power and better economy.
Jaguar XJ-S LeMans V12. Quad headlamps were not usually factory fitted to XJ-S cars (except for North America), but Jaguar gave the special edition 'Lemans V12' these lights. Also given was a gold Growler badge (the round one), but the golden Leaper ornament is not standard.
Austin Seven Swallow - 2-seat Tourer 1929
Daimler 2½litre V8. The Daimler 2½litre was sold from 1962 to 1967, then superceded by the 250 V8 which was only cosmetically different.
Jaguar E-type Series III V12 Roadster
Jaguar XJ-S V12 1986. From 1981 the new High Efficiency V12 engine was fitted giving 295bhp (263bhp in USA). Bumpers acquired chrome inserts and new 5-spoke alloys were fitted
Jaguar XJ-S V12 1986. No longer carrying the 'HE' badging, nonetheless all V12 cars now had the high-swirl design 'May' cylinder heads.
Jaguar XJ-S V12 Convertible. The XJ-S Convertible was launched in 1988 and replaced the 2-seater XJ-SC
Jaguar XJ-S V12 Convertible
Jaguar XJ-S LeMans V12. To celebrate victory in the 1990 24heures Du Man, 280 V12 Le Mans XJ-S were made. Special interial trim, gold growler bonnet badge, 16inch lattice alloy wheels and quad headlamps, were given to this special edition.
Jaguar XJ-SC 3.6 Cabriolet. This view clearly shows the fixed windows the the XJ-SC
Jaguar XJ-SC V12 Cabriolet. The XJ-SC was available with either the 3.6litre AJ6 or the 5.3litre V12 engine, and production was about equal for both.
Jaguar XJ-SC Cabriolet. The XJ-SC was launched in 1983 with the 3.6litre AJ6 engine (and with V12 in 1985). It was only a two seater car with fixed roof bar and rear side windows.
Jaguar XK 140 FHC
Daimler 2½litre V8. Jaguar used the Mk2 body unchanged for the 2½litre V8, apart from badging and trim details.
Daimler Vanden Plas. From 1975 a 4.2litre version of the Daimler Vanden Plas was introduced. Both the Vanden Plas and the Double Six Vanden Plas used the long wheelbase body which was now the standard length for Series II XJ cars.
Jaguar MkV 3½litre
Jaguar XJ-S 3.6. The AJ6 3.6litre engine was given to the XJ-S in 1983
Jaguar XJ-S V12 1986
Jaguar XJ-S LeMans V12. A special edition model of 280 cars to celebrate the 1990 Jaguar victory at Le Mans
SS 1 2½litre 1933 Tourer. In 1932 the Swallow Sidecar company introduced its first car, the SS1. The car was based on an altered Standard chassis, and used the 2552cc 6-cylinder engine from the Standard 20.
Jaguar XJ-SC V12 Cabriolet.