The Early Years - Swallow Sidecars and SS Cars Ltd (part 2)
SS, Jaguar Mark 4 and 5 Spotter's Guide
- By Rob Reilly
A brief description of external differences between the S.S.I, S.S.II, S.S.90, SS100, SS Jaguar, Mark 4 and Mark 5 models.
Early and late coupe
The radiator shell is canted back at a noticeable angle, and has a sculpted
sweeping shape at the top. The headlights are chrome pods, separate from the
fenders, and on the early S.S.I are connected to each other by a crossbar. On
later S.S.I the headlights are on posts, no crossbar. The engine was a
side-valve six cylinder made for SS Cars by the Standard Motor Company of
2054 or 2552 cc's in early cars, 2143 or 2663 cc's in later cars.
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