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12018

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 2.5 SS-Jaguar 
 Saloon 
 Right Hand Drive 
   Henlys, London
 12018 9 November 1936
 251337 
 1880 
  
  
 
 1936 Green
 2001 Green
 Rest: Nice 
  
  
  
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United KingdomJT5909

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Record Creation: Entered on 3 March 2021.

 

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2021-03-03
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2021-03-03 17:52:36 | pauls writes:

Car was at auction in 2001
www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/1936-JAGUAR-SS-2-1/2-LITER-SALOON-1 ...

Auction BARRETT-JACKSON CLASSIC CAR AUCTION 2001
Reserve NO RESERVE
VIN 12018
Exterior Color SUEDE GREEN

Lot #644 - Dispatched from SS Cars, Ltd., Coventry, to Henlys of London on November 9, 1936, with the following specifications: chassis no - 12018, body no - 1880, engine no - 251337, exterior/interior trim - suede green, registration - JT5909 (only registered in 1936). SS Cars, Ltd. unveiled the SS - Jaguar to the public in September, 1935. The SS - Jaguar combined stylish appearance and elegant interior trim with superb performance and dependability normally offered only in the exclusively handcrafted Bentley and Rolls-Royce cars of the 1930's era. Whereas the least expensive Bentley cost approximately 1,500 pounds; the SS - Jaguar was priced at 385 pounds. The body is handbeaten steel over an ash frame. The art deco styled interior is all leather, accented by French walnut dash and door trim. The six-cylinder ohv engine was rated at 19.9hp for 1936 tax purposes; but by today's standards, develops about 100 bhp, permitting rapid, smooth acceleration and a comfortable cruise speed of 70 mph. The sunroof, a common accessory of today, came as standard equipment on the 1936 SS - Jaguar. The boot (trunk) can accommodate two large suitcases and houses a complete tool kit. This car was restored to factory original condition in England in 1989 for the current owner. It was not shown competitively until 1996. Since that time it has participated in numerous auto shows and events.

2022-04-14 11:45:16 | Michael SCOTT writes:

This car is mentioned in a letter to Jaguar Driver May 1994 by the then owner Rufus T. Coburn III. He stated he purchased the car in 1984 and a total chassis-up restoration was carried out from then until 1989. It was then

imported to the United States

2022-09-24 10:55:07 | Guillaume writes:

Weird, car status is still Available on Barrett-jackson !

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