Founded by William Lyons during the 1920s as the Swallow Sidecar Company, Jaguar Cars can trace its heritage back to the golden age of motoring. Early Swallow products were essentially re-bodied Austin Sevens.
For obvious reasons the company changed its name again after World War Two to Jaguar Cars and moved from its original factory in Blackpool, England, to Browns Lane in Coventry.
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We are delighted to be able to offer for sale one of finest examples of the Jaguar E-Type Series III V12 on the market today. Presented in Regency Red with Biscuit interior Hide. This Jaguar E-Type has been meticulously cared for over its lifespan with an undoubtedly comprehensive service history. The Series III Jaguar E-Type was introduced with a 5.3 Litre V12 capable of producing over 250 BHP, i