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1937 S.S. 100 Jaguar 2½ Litre [49014]

1937 S.S. 100 Jaguar Litre [49014] in La última señora Anderson, Movie, 1971 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: UK

1937 S.S. 100 Jaguar 2½ Litre [49014]

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

Comments about this vehicle


Alessandro58 CH

2017-01-10 14:11


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Gamer DE

2017-01-10 14:18


SS/Jaguar 100 or replica. Rear looks fishy...

dsl SX

2017-01-10 14:26


Could be genuine - 1971 film date was a bit early for the replica craze - and things like the headlights look authentic olde Lucas searchlights. But the rear lights are much newer. BTF 16 was Feb 1937 issue.

johnfromstaffs EN

2017-01-10 14:58


The forward slash between SS and Jaguar is not needed.

Late Morris Minor rear lights.

dsl SX

2017-01-10 15:25


The Minor rear lights suggest it might be chassis 49014, a Dec 1937 car also registered as BG 6244 (issued Birkenhead, end 1937), but with odd plate info now
We've identified this vehicle using the details you provided
Registration number: BG6244
Body type: Sports
Colour: White
Date of first registration: November 1988


Check the MOT history of a vehicle
Registration number: BG 6244
Vehicle make JAGUAR
Vehicle model SS 100
Date first used 30 December 1936
Colour White

MOT history of this vehicle
Test date 14 June 2006
Expiry date 13 June 2007
Test Result Pass
Odometer reading 60,149 miles.

I think I prefer the registry date - chassis 49017 appears there as another Dec 1937 build. The BTF 16 plate was a Lancashire issue, so matches the idea of a Birkenhead-based car.

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