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1940 S.S. Jaguar 2½ Litre Saloon

1940 S.S. Jaguar Litre in Night Boat to Dublin, Movie, 1946 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1940 S.S. Jaguar 2½ Litre Saloon

Position 01:19:06 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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humungus SI

2023-07-14 21:33

Only shown from this angle.

[Image: nightboattodublin194605011907.jpg] [Image: nightboattodublin194605011909.jpg]

johnfromstaffs EN

2023-07-14 22:03

S.S. Jaguar. FNK is County Council of Hertford, May 1940 to Nov 1941, and may be a bit suspect.

1940 2 1/2 or 3 1/2 litre.

/vehicle_469800-SS-Jaguar-21-2-Litre-1937.html

-- Last edit: 2023-07-14 22:13:34

johnfromstaffs EN

2023-07-15 08:59

I have recorded as above since: -

a) nobody has commented.
b) I don’t know how to tell how many litres from the back view.

If further information becomes available, please advise and I will change.

tore-40 NO

2023-07-15 10:07

Not meant to question your appraisal, but still, out of curiosity:

-I guess the 1½ Litre would make a lousy police vehicle, but how can you tell it isn't one, from here?

-The filler neck, was it moved with the makeover in 1937?

humungus SI

2023-07-15 10:40

I doubt this will help:
[Image: 1807735_01.jpg]

What is this silver, bubbly thing on the right of the car's front here:
[Image: nightboattodublin194605011909-crop.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2023-07-15 10:41:18

johnfromstaffs EN

2023-07-15 11:18

The usual way of splitting these things is by the width of the radiator grille and the size of the headlamps, which is the silver, bubbly thing, or at least, one of them.

1937 2 1/2 litre sold by Bonhams, April 23.

[Image: img_0828.jpg]




-- Last edit: 2023-07-15 11:54:18

johnfromstaffs EN

2023-07-15 11:58

https://www.castleclassiccars.co.uk/showroom/vehicle/13/Jaguar-Mk-IV-3-1-2-litre

In the last but one picture, you see the fuel filler in the same position as the subject vehicle. This car is reputedly a 1947 vehicle.

-- Last edit: 2023-07-15 14:38:16

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