The Jaguar SS100 was built between 1936 and 1940 by SS Cars Ltd of Coventry, England, which became Jaguar LTD in 1945. The SS100 was named to indicate the ability of the 3.5-litre model to exceed 100 mph
With long sweeping fenders and large Marchall headlamps, the SS100 is one of the most aesthetically pleasing Jaguars, and one of the rarest. Only 198 of the 2.5-litre and 116 of the 3.5-litre models were made.
This 4 view Digital Portrait shows the SS100 from all angles, including 3/4 front view, both 3/4 rear views, and direct front view.