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Date: 20 Mar 2003 19:33:02 GMT
From: Simon Weller <ngnopsamch.fsnet.co.uk>
Subject: Re: What to call the "new" 9-3 ?


MH wrote > In 1939 there was a Jaguar SS, this type designation did not survive > WW II. In the '50s there was another type Jaguar SS XK, made only in > a run of about 16 cars. > IIRC Jaguar were originally SS (Swallow Sidecars) but didn't change their name until after the war as it was felt that SS wasn't such a strong selling point in 1945. -- Simon Brighton England

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