Bruce Nunnally Posted March 1, 2015 Report Share Posted March 1, 2015 The SS Jaguar 100 2½-Litre Roadster was the first car to wear the name “Jaguar” and set the trend for the company post-WW2, up until 1945 the company had been called SS Cars Ltd but in the post-Nazi-SS climate of 1945 it was universally agreed that the company should be named after its most famous model. SS Cars Ltd unveiled the SS Jaguar 100 in 1936, it was a ground-breaking car for the era and it’s 2663cc overhead-valve 6-cylinder engine produced 105 bhp, it was fitted as standard with a 4-speed manual transmission, a beam front axle, a live rear axle and 4-wheel finned drum brakes. Read more: http://silodrome.com/ss-jaguar-100/ Quote Bruce 2016 Cadillac ATS-V gray/black Follow me on: Twitter Instagram Youtube Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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