Jaguar is more than 80 years old and has long been celebrated for its magnificent sports and GT cars. But sedans have loomed equally large in this British automaker's fortunes, each a fast and stylish creation. Read about the 1938-1988 Jaguar Sedans.
The 1936-1940 SS Jaguar 100 was the successor to the SS90 with sensational roadster styling. Its great look and quick acceleration made it valuable back then, and it's still very pricey today. Get details about the design of this collectible car.
The 1931-1936 SS I is historically significant as the first automobile produced by Jaguar, formerly the Swallow Coachbuilding Company. Learn why this car has excited so much interest then and now. Read about the history and lure of this collectible car.
The 1936-1940 SS Jaguar 2 1/2 Litre/3 1/2 Litre were the first cars to bear the Jaguar name. These sporty sedans were simple and easy to rebuild. Learn facts and specifications of these collectible cars.