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Jaguar Cars

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Jaguar cars are sexy beasts; here are some of the fastest and most exciting. Check out illustrated profiles of the Jaguar XKE, D-Type, and others.

Jaguar Sports Cars

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Jaguar has a history of making sports cars people talk about -- some good, some not so good. Learn about Jaguar sports cars at HowStuffWorks.

1949-1961 Jaguar XK Sports Cars

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Jaguar's 1949-1961 Jaguar XK-120, XK-140, and XK-150 are some of the most popular sports cars ever built. Learn all about the Jaguar XK sports cars.

Jaguar SS 100

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Jaguar's SS 100 was a stylish, powerful sports car that won fans while maintaining affordable prices. Find pictures and specifications for the SS 100.

Jaguar C-Type

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The Jaguar C-Type racecar twice won LeMans in the 1950s and boosted Jaguar’s credibility. See a profile, pictures, and specifications for the C-Type.

2000 Jaguar XKR

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The 2000 Jaguar XKR, a 4-passenger luxury sports car, was a superb, supercharged variant of the “base” XK form. Learn about this classic car.

Jaguar XKE Series 2

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The Jaguar XKE Series 2 was born of a gradual series of updates and refinements to earlier Jaguar sports cars. Learn the history of the Jaguar XKE.

Jaguar XKE History

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The Jaguar XKE bowed in 1961 and is among history’s most significant cars. Learn about XKE history, road tests, pictures, specifications, and more.

Jaguar D-Type

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The Jaguar D-Type blended road-racing science with art. See D-Type pictures and specifications and learn how this beauty became a master at LeMans.

1922-1940 Jaguar

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A chance meeting between William Lyons, founder of Jaguar, and a neighbor led to the creation of a classic. Follow the Jaguar story from the start.

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