|A collection of Jaguar Cars, starting with the car built by William
Lyons at the Swallow Sidecar Company, Cocker Street, Blackpool in 1931. It
had a 747 cc engine, a top speed of 50mph, a cost of £175 (£30
more than the ordinary Austin 7) and a super-luxurious interior, which
was its selling point.
The rest is, as they say, history but I still look with longing at the new cars , from the Coventry factory, being road-tested past my house every day. Rodney Joyce worked at the Jag, Max Holliman still does ...
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