1938
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    SS 100 3,5 ltr. Roadster

    • "Matching-numbers"
    • 1 of only 118 built!
    • FIVA-passport and Heritage certificate
    Colour Silver
    Interior Black
    Type Roadster
    Gearbox Manual shift
    Drive Right
    Mileage 05264 km
    Location Hamburg

    Description:

    Between 1937 and 1939 only 118 examples of the 3.5 ltr. Roadster were produced.
    The Jaguar SS 100 was one of the most potent and form-beautiful English prewar sports cars.
    In January 1938 this rare Jaguar SS 100 with the large 3.5 ltr. engine was delivered via Henlys Ltd. in London to his first owner G. C. Wright. In 1992 the car was auctioned off to Germany. The vehicle has a FIVA pass and a Jaguar Heritage certificate.
    It has been completely and faithfully restored and is in an excellent condition. The cylinder head has been converted to lead-free operation. In recent years around 80,000 euros have been invested only in the technics including the overhauled engine and new gearbox.
    6-cylinder-in-line, 3.485 cm³, ca. 130 hp, engine-no. M 544 E = „matching numbers“, upgraded with 5-speed manual gearbox.

     

    545.000,00 €

    Price (Sales tax not specified)

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    Description:

    Between 1937 and 1939 only 118 examples of the 3.5 ltr. Roadster were produced.
    The Jaguar SS 100 was one of the most potent and form-beautiful English prewar sports cars.
    In January 1938 this rare Jaguar SS 100 with the large 3.5 ltr. engine was delivered via Henlys Ltd. in London to his first owner G. C. Wright. In 1992 the car was auctioned off to Germany. The vehicle has a FIVA pass and a Jaguar Heritage certificate.
    It has been completely and faithfully restored and is in an excellent condition. The cylinder head has been converted to lead-free operation. In recent years around 80,000 euros have been invested only in the technics including the overhauled engine and new gearbox.
    6-cylinder-in-line, 3.485 cm³, ca. 130 hp, engine-no. M 544 E = „matching numbers“, upgraded with 5-speed manual gearbox.

     

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