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Jaguar MK VII

The Jaguar MK VII was designed as a four-door luxury saloon and was produced by

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Jaguar MK IX

The Jaguar Mark IX, produced from 1959 to 1961, replaced the previous Mark VII.

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Jaguar XKE

Universally known as one of the best-looking cars of all time, the Jaguar XKE co

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Jaguar XKE Series 1

The earliest iteration of the Jaguar XKE, or E-Type, was the Series One. The fir

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Jaguar XKE Series II

Differences between the Series One and Series Two cars were primarily due to US

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Jaguar XKE Series 3

The Series Three XKE saw the most significant of changes of the XKE bloodline, a

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Jaguar XK120

First showcased at the 1948 London Motor Show, Jaguar’s XK120 was immediat

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Jaguar XK140

Jaguar’s XK140 was introduced as an evolution of the very well-received XK

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Jaguar XK150

Following the XK120 and XK140, the Jaguar XK150 was the final iteration of this

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Jaguar SSK

This model was specifically built for competitive racing. This model was brought

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