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  • Model Year Part Time
  • XK8 CONVERTIBLE 2004 SEAT MODULE 00:24
  • X-TYPE SE 2005 BUMPER (FRONT) 18:09
  • S-TYPE V6 SE 2003 ENGINE (PETROL BARE) 17:16
  • X-TYPE V6 SE 2006 PARKING MODULE 15:50
  • XJ 2003 TOWBAR 15:44
  • XK8 CONVERTIBLE 2001 TOWING EYE COVER 13:26
  • XJ D V6 LUXURY L 2015 ENGINE (DIESEL BARE) 12:24
  • XJ 2007 GEARBOX (AUTOMATIC) 11:38
  • XF D LUXURY 2011 BONNET 09:25
  • X-TYPE CLASSIC D 2004 TOWBAR WITH WIRING 08:04
  • 420 G 1970 WATER PUMP 08:00
  • XJ 1989 BONNET 02:04
  • XJ SOVEREIGN V8 SWB 2000 ALTERNATOR 17:32
  • XJ R 2007 C2C41603 14:25
  • XK8 1999 FRONT BUMPER UNDERTRAY 13:14
  • X-TYPE V6 SE 2003 SUMP 12:54

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Jaguar Info

Jaguar started its epic car journey all the way back in Blackpool during 1922, so 92 years ago when a young man, Billy Lyons aged 21 set up the company with a neighbour. He wanted to make motor cycle sidecars with the main focus upon style and in doing so produced a visually stunning car that we can still see today. From Billy Lyons Jaguar was born.

Billy produced new bodies on old and established chassis, with the very first being the Austin 7 Swallow, closely followed by the S.S. Models in 1931. In 1935 he adopted the name Jaguar with the first range known as known as SS Jaguars and produced the very first sports car of its day which was bright red in colour, the SS100.

After the war the company became known as jaguar Cars, having dropped the SS for obvious reasons, and in 1948 they launched a sports car, the XK 120, which completely stole the 1948 Motor Show with its extremely open and two sealer body. The company then found themselves being extremely popular in Hollywood with around 60% of their total sales being exported to the USA.

1950 saw the emergence of the large saloon cars, the Mark VII that Jaguar is classically famous for and once again they received huge success. During this period the XK was also making a strong name for itself within the racing world namely by Stirling Moss and in 1954 the XK 140 range soon made its mark. In 1955 Jaguar extended its range with the new compact saloon with the 2.4, and in 1957 the larger 3.4-engine was made. He then went on to develop further models from this now known as the Mark 2s.

Jaguar produced many D-types known simply as the XKSS which was ultimately the supercar of its generation and in 1961 the world saw the launch of the E-type in Geneva. This had a 3.8 XK engine with a 150mph capacity performance. 1967 saw the launch of the Series 2 models and in 1968 Jaguar introduced the XJ6 saloon which was still powered by the XK engine.

During the 1970's Jaguar introduced the V12 and really put Jaguar on the map in terms of reputation for engineering innovation. The engine was intended for use with the XJ12 saloon but was also produced for the lower volume sports cars of its day. This was known as the V12 E-type Series 3.

In the '90s Jaguar launched the XK8 which represented its distant memories of the E-type with the later version known as the XKR.

During 2004 - 2009 Jaguar produced its re-engineered third generation known as X350. This car featured an all-aluminium body as well as a V6 engine; it really was a truly modern car. The V8 engine was available in larger models, the i3.5 and 4.2 litre engines. This car also saw the introduction of a new six-speed automatic gearbox. So Jaguar really has been a formidable force for the past 92 years.

Our breakers have quoted on 781 Jaguar parts in the last 30 days. Popular requests during that time have been for replacement towbar with wirings, bumper (front), gearbox (automatic), alloy wheel (single front) and bonnets. Quotes have ranged from £20.00 for a Jaguar X-Type Se EGR valve to £1495.00 for a Jaguar S-Type Se V6 gearbox. There are currently 346848 Jaguars left on the road in the UK, meaning there are plenty of spares available. The most requested parts for Jaguar in 2017 were bumper (front), alloy wheel (single front), bumper (rear), bonnets and headlight / headlamp (driver side).

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