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JAGUAR
SS 1.5l

1935 - 1949
United Kingdom

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A total of 10,980 JAGUAR SS 1.5l have been produced on earth in United Kingdom between 1935 and 1949.

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History of the JAGUAR SS 1.5l

The smallest model of the range originally featured a 1608 cc side valve Standard engine but from 1938 this was replaced by a 1776 cc overhead-valve unit still from Standard who also supplied the four-speed manual transmission. Pre-war the car was available as a saloon or drophead coupé but post war only the closed model was made. Up to 1938 body construction on all the models was by the traditional steel on wood method but in that year it changed to all steel. Performance was not a strong point but 70 mph (113 km/h) was possible: the car featured the same cabin dimensions and well-appointed interior as its longer-engined brothers. Despite its lack of out-and-out performance, a report of the time, comparing the 4-cylinder 1½-litre with its 6-cylinder siblings, opined that the smallest-engined version of the car was "as is often the case ... the sweetest running car" with a "big car cruising gait in the sixties". Mechanically operated brakes using a Girling system were fitted. This car has been marketed as the Jaguar Mark IV.

Upgrades & Evolutions during the JAGUAR SS 1.5l production

🔸 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l : 1935 - 1949

🔹 Produced for each model year :

🔹 1935 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l

🔹 1936 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l

🔹 1937 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l

🔹 1938 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l

🔹 1939 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l

🔹 1940 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l

🔹 1941 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l

🔹 1942 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l

🔹 1943 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l

🔹 1944 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l

🔹 1945 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l

🔹 1946 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l

🔹 1947 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l

🔹 1948 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l

🔹 1949 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l

What are the JAGUAR SS 1.5l paint codes?

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Renovation tutorials for the JAGUAR SS 1.5l

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What are the production figures of the JAGUAR SS 1.5l year by year?

ℹ️ These production figures are provided by official documentation sources. But sometimes these figures can vary, if you have a better source of documentation you can reach out to us on twitter.

The JAGUAR SS 1.5l has been produced in several configurations

Saloon Saloon Overhead Valve Engine Drop Head Coupe 🔹 1935 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l🔹 1936 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l🔹 1937 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l🔹 1938 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l🔹 1939 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l🔹 1940 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l🔹 1941 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l🔹 1942 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l🔹 1943 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l🔹 1944 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l🔹 1945 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l🔹 1946 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l🔹 1947 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l🔹 1948 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l🔹 1949 JAGUAR - SS 1.5l
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