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Jaguar Type C - 1951-1953Details click here
The more precise name for the jaguar type c is the xk 120 c. The racing version shared two features with its celebrated sporting counterpart: The engine and front suspension. But the remainder of the type cs crucial qualities were all proper to a racing car: Chassis, body and rear suspension by live axle.
Jaguar Type D - 1954-1956Details click here
Most cars earn accolades by speeding around the track, but the jaguar type d got them a different way by stopping.
Jaguar Type E Coupe - 1971-1973Details click here
Jaguars racing type d had bristled with the detailing of a muscular racing machine, and the technology under the hood made it a pure racing animal. When jaguars president, william lyons, decided to bring the excitement of the type d to more than just the worlds racing elite, he beefed up the type e.
Jaguar Xk 140 - 1954-1957Details click here
By 1955, six years after the jaguar xk series was launched, the only real question was what it could do for an encore. Jags had been setting the standard for sports car performance and value, and the xk 140 was to be the next king.
Jaguar Xk 150 - 1957-1961Details click here
Jaguar saw many successes, but few as beautiful as this one. Nine years after the memorable debut of the xk 120, the xk 150 was introduced only three months after a fire devastated the jaguar factory at coventry.
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