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Jaguar

It's been a long way from the Swallow Sidecars to todays Jaguar F-Type. We love the Jaguar brand with their world class sportscars and their feline saloons. That is why we are looking forward to every new model that we can devote ourselves to: We supply spare parts for all relevant Jaguar models, classic or modern, mostly from stock. Over 94% of all orders are shipped the same day. To find the catalog of your vehicle, click on the corresponding picture below or click on the list at the left side of the page.

It's been a long way from the Swallow Sidecars to todays Jaguar F-Type. We love the Jaguar brand with their world class sportscars and their feline saloons. That is why we are looking forward to every new model that we can devote ourselves to: We supply spare parts for all relevant Jaguar models, classic or modern, mostly from stock. Over 94% of all orders are shipped the same day. To find the catalog of your vehicle, click on the corresponding picture below or click on the list at the left side of the page.


Available from stock: exhausts for all Jaguar
e. g. Jaguar EV12 series 3


  • The Jaguar XK engine The Jaguar XK engine
  • Jaguar XK120, XK140 and XK150 (1949-1961) Jaguar XK120, XK140 and XK150 (1949-1961) The Jaguar XK120 was actually built as a showcase for the newly developed XK6 engine. Surprised by the demand for the car, Jaguar first built about 240 cars with aluminium bodies and then switched to steel bodies for mass production. With about 120 mph the XK120 was the fastest series-produced car of its time. The provisional and original of the first cars was reduced in the following two series, later cars looked a bit thicker with door handles and crank windows. The XKs are fascinating cars, the engines are extremely powerful and the market is very narrow. If you have any questions about parts, technical improvements or conversion possibilities, call us - we know the car and the engine.
  • E-Type Series 1 and 2 (1961-1970) E-Type Series 1 and 2 (1961-1970) The success story of the E-Type began in 1961, the presentation of the first coupe at the Geneva Motor Show was overwhelming. The trade press was full of praise and the public reacted enthusiastically, because the appearance and technology are impressive: Tubular lattice frame at the front, self-supporting body from the windscreen; its aerodynamic shape, folding front end, independent suspension and disc brakes on all wheels with internal brakes at the rear. The work of art was powered by the six-cylinder engine, well established in the XK, at its highest performance level to date. It is estimated that more than half of the 79,000 E-types built in three series still exist. Its popularity among restorers is not least due to the very good ammount of spare parts, almost all parts are available in our shop.
  • Jaguar E-Type V12 Series 3 (1971-1974) Jaguar E-Type V12 Series 3 (1971-1974) The Jaguar E, a Ferrari at half the price that’s how the marketing department of Coventry introduced the third series, about 10 years after the debut of the first E-Type. With the new looks, due particularly to the wider track and the flatter standing windshield, the E-V12 looked more like a Grand Tourismo. The athlete turned into a comfort-oriented glider with a high-torque, silky smooth running V12 engine. A total of 15,290 E-V12 Series 3 were built, of which about 80 percent found their way to the United States. With the end of production of the E-types 1975, the style icon disappeared. The twelve-cylinder engine now started his career and was built until 1997 for the XJS.
  • Jaguar Mark II and Daimler V8 (1959-1969) Jaguar Mark II and Daimler V8 (1959-1969) The Jaguar MKII came in 1959 as successor for the previous 2.4 and 3.4 models, which were then called MKI. To make the MKI fit for this task, the glass house was completely redesigned and renamed MK11. Slimmer columns and a modified shape enabled a nearly 20% larger glass surface and more modern appearance. In terms of motor power, the MKII is both powerful and strong strong. As a comparatively compact sedan, it achieves performance levels that are still impressive in the sports car sector today. However, even by English standards the body shape seemed so old-fashioned in 1967 that production was discontinued in favour of the XJ6.
  • Jaguar XJ6 Series I-III and Daimler Sovereign Series I-III  (1968-1987) Jaguar XJ6 Series I-III and Daimler Sovereign Series I-III (1968-1987) More than 18500 parts. You can order this catalogue as a book or you can download it as PDF file. The limousines of the XJ series 1, 2 and 3 have always been technical and optical highlights: The engines and rear axle from the E-Type, the front subframe, the luxury from the "Big Cats" and the lines in best Jaguar design. For a long time they were the financial backbone of Jaguar, no series has produced more cars than the XJ, over 402,000 cars were sold in total between 1968 and 92. But it was not only the financial success that made the XJ Sir William Lyons' favourite, it was also the last series under his active involvement. Most of the prejudices against these cars "constantly broken", "too complicated", "poor quality" were due to a completely different deficiency: the lack of professional maintenance. In the meantime, however, this is history. Many enthusiasts have taken care of the even better preserved specimens, keep them in a species-appropriate way again and enjoy the low cost price for a mostly very luxuriously equipped 6 cylinder with the legendary XK engine. We will help you to maintain or build these beautiful vehicles. On the following pages you will find all the parts you need to take care of your cat properly. Is the cat healthy.
  • Jaguar XJ12 and Daimler Double Six Series I-III (1972-1992) Jaguar XJ12 and Daimler Double Six Series I-III (1972-1992) More than 18500 parts. You can order this catalogue as a book or you can download it as PDF file. The limousines of the XJ series 1, 2 and 3 have always been technical and optical highlights: The engines and rear axle from the E-Type, the front subframe, the luxury from the "Big Cats" and the lines in best Jaguar design. For a long time they were the financial backbone of Jaguar, no series has produced more cars than the XJ, over 402,000 cars were sold in total between 1968 and 92. But it was not only the financial success that made the XJ Sir William Lyons' favourite, it was also the last series under his active involvement. Most of the prejudices against these cars "constantly broken", "too complicated", "poor quality" were due to a completely different deficiency: the lack of professional maintenance. In the meantime, however, this is history. Many enthusiasts have taken care of the even better preserved specimens, keep them in a species-appropriate way again and enjoy the low cost price for a mostly very luxuriously equipped 6 cylinder with the legendary XK engine. We will help you to maintain or build these beautiful vehicles. On the following pages you will find all the parts you need to take care of your cat properly. Is the cat healthy.
  • Jaguar Mk7, Mk8 and Mk9 (1950-1961) Jaguar Mk7, Mk8 and Mk9 (1950-1961) Succeeding the very classic looking Mk5, Jaguar launched the Mk7 Saloon in 1950. This full-size luxury car was the first without separate wings, the engine was the 3,4ltr. XK engine. The model remained unchanged for quite a while. In 1956 the Mk8 was presented. It used the same body as its predecessor, but was even more powerful. But there was no suitable habitat for the large cat: In 1958 England had just 7 miles of motorway. The Mk9 was the last stage of evolution. Equipped with the 3.8 liter engine, a three-speed automatic transmission and disc brakes were available for the first time. The Mk9 was the most successful model in the series and still is an impressive and technically appealing car.
  • Jaguar S-Type 3.4 and 3.8 Classic (1963-1968) Jaguar S-Type 3.4 and 3.8 Classic (1963-1968) Jaguar's S-Type was presented at the 1963 London Motor Show. Although the front of the car is closely related to the MK II, the car itself is totally different. The completely redesigned rear took over the independent suspension as previously developed for the E-Type. Thus extended and optically aligned on the luxury saloon Mark X, the S-Type was a very dynamic car to drive. Engine sizes 3.4 and 3.8 liters were available. The 4.2 ltr was reserved for its successor, the 420.
  • Jaguar XJS (1975-1996) Jaguar XJS (1975-1996) The Jaguar XJS was developed as a successor to the E-Type on the shortened underpinnings of the XJ. Certainly no sports car, but an impressive Grand Tourer. The XJS was initially a bit ill-fated. Shortly after the first oil crisis his 10mpg were unappropriate. But the winsome exterior of the large coupes, the outstanding engines and the media apprearance of the car, brought the sales to a satisfying level . After the 1990 facelift the XJS was also available as an appealing convertible, which outperformed the coupe sales rapidly. Today, the XJS has made its way inside the Jaguar appreciation. The prices tend to rise from year to year, which is due to practicality and appearance of the car. We at Limora are delighted to deliver the almost complete range of parts.
  • Jaguar XK8, XKR and XK (1996-2014) Jaguar XK8, XKR and XK (1996-2014) The XK8 was constructed at Jaguar as X100. This coupe was the first car for a very long time developed at Jaguar from scratch. Previous Coupe projects often had to use up resources of its predecessor XJS, what made quite some of these projects die in pretty early stages. In 1996, the XK8 was presented at the Geneva Motor Show and was immediately a success. Coupe and Cabriolet convinced by a perfectly finished pleasing body and the successful V8 engine, which has also been newly developed from Jaguar, although their new owner Ford would have had a V8 engine in stock. The Jaguar XK was presented at the IAA Frankfurt 2005 as a successor to the Jaguar XK8. The car was sold from march 2006 onwards with the Jaguar AJ-V8 as the only engine option. The X100 had its most successful years long gone. The X150 was the first Jaguar, chief designer Ian Cullum initiated the move away from the classic "retro style" Jaguar design. The design of the XK foreshadowed many design elements of the 2008 published XF. Technically the XK is the basis for all the recent development at Jaguar. The XK is a very sporty car. And for sure she will be a classic car, the owner can be proud of, soon. The X150 has expired without a direct successor. What does not mean anything at Jaguar: The next XK will be built on the basis of the enlarged F-Type.
  • Jaguar and Daimler XJ (1986-94): XJ6, XJ12, XJ40 and XJ81 Jaguar and Daimler XJ (1986-94): XJ6, XJ12, XJ40 and XJ81 The 1,200 most important spare parts and accessories for your XJ40 (XJ6, XJR and XJ12) 1986-1994 After William Lyons retired, the British Leyland Grande saw their chance. At last the renegade Jaguar Division would be able to be happy with a sensible successor to the successful XJ6. It is no secret that the English automobile industry did not leave out any possibility to bring ingeniously conceived and moderately converted vehicles to the market. After the XJ40 went on sale in 1986 after almost 15 years of development, it was no exception. The desired aim to re-conquer the US market did not work out at first. From 1988, after numerous improvements, the XJ sold surprisingly well. Since 1989 Ford paid attention to outstanding quality of Jaguar products. Today, after years of ignoring this, the XJ40 is developing into an attractive model that has a much more active scene in many European countries than in Germany. Also here our tip: Put one on side.
  • Jaguar and Daimler XJ (1993-97): X300 Jaguar and Daimler XJ (1993-97): X300 Parts and accessories for your X300 (XJ6, XJR und XJ12) 1993-97 The X300 is a very successful continuation of the XJ40 theme. By rounding off the Leyland design, the XJ40 has once again become a model perceived as a real Jaguar. The X300 was available with 6- and 12-cylinder engines and continued the tradition of the series 1-3 on the engine side. The X300 is an interesting car to familiarise yourself with the Jaguar theme. Interesting technology in classic bodywork at a pocket-money price: it is no surprise that the X300 is getting more and more popular.
  • Jaguar and Daimler XJ (1997-2003): X308 Jaguar and Daimler XJ (1997-2003): X308 The 1,000 most important spare parts and accessories for your XJ8 / XJR (1997-2003) The X 308 is the evolution of the X300 and thus the final stage of an overall successful development of the XJ40 theme. Of particular interest on the X308 is the eight-cylinder engine, which is the new standard at Jaguar. A very British and powerful engine in a very mature and classic body. In any case a car to keep. And we take care of the parts.
  • Jaguar and Daimler XJ (2003-09): X350 and X358 The Jaguar X350 was a luxury car from Jaguar Cars, introduced in 2003 as the successor of the X308. While the car's exterior and interior styling were traditional in appearance, the car was completely re-engineered. For many enthusiasts, the X350, build from 2003-2009, is the last genuine Jaguar XJ. The X350 was brought into the market as a successor of the X308. And as expected, the X350 had again the flat elongated shape that characterized the XJ models for decades. But everything else was really impressive and new: floorpan and body were made from aluminum plates, which were glued at the overlaps and additionally provided with self-drilling rivets. As a result, the body shell weighed about the same as the one from the New Mini. In addition to a PSA diesel engine there were Jaguar V-engines of 3.0 (AJ30) to 4.2 liters (AJ8) available. These engines also came with the facelift model X358, which was built until 2009.
  • Jaguar XJ (2009-15): X351 The XJ with the internal code X351 is the first top of the range Jaguar that breaks with the design tradition established by Sir William Lyons himself. On sale since 2009, the car features not only a multitude of technical superlatives, but also a beautifully styled body. The design department, led by Ian Callum managed to create an impressing car that can stand its competitors from other manufacturers.
  • Jaguar S-Type modern (1998-2007) Jaguar S-Type modern (1998-2007) It might take a few years until the Jaguar S-Type will have its way paved into the heart of the Jaguar enthusiast. Or maybe he never reaches the enthusiasts, such as its design model and optical ancestor of 1963. The car was based on the Ford DEW98 Platform, was designed by Geoff Lawson and was available with a choice of V6 and V8 engines, including a powerful diesel. Many X200 are still daily driver and we are pleased to support this with a choice of attractively priced parts.
  • Jaguar X-Type (2001-2009) Jaguar X-Type (2001-2009) Popular parts and highlights for Jaguar X-Type The Jaguar X-Type surely shares large parts of its engineering with the Ford Mondeo. But the classic British Badge engineering does not apply to the X-Type. The venerable "The Telegraph" wrote the days of the X-Type's presentation: This car is absolutely, categorically not a Ford Mondeo. Every detail is designed for Jaguar, each equipment element is adapted to the spirit of Jaguar. Delivered only with an four-wheel drive, later even an Estate car was available. All in all, a sufficiant high quality car, built with great attention to detail. At the moment the Jaguar X-Type, due to the large number of units built (about 350,000), is quite a bargain. For just 1000 pounds you get a neat one owner, FSH car that should be worth a consideration for next winter.
  • Jaguar XF (2007-2015) The first generation of the Jaguar XF with the internal model code "X250" has been in production since 2007. At the end of 2011 the XF received a facelift. Since November 2012, the "Sportbrake" station wagon variant has also been available. Production was discontinued in autumn 2015. The Jaguar XF with the code designation X250 was presented as the successor to the S-Type at the IAA Frankfurt in autumn 2007. The XF is the first model with the new design language of Ian Cullum. In the old Jaguar tradition it used the platform of its predecessor, but had significantly improved aerodynamics and revised engines. For the first time Jaguar offered a full range of diesel engines. Following the 2012 facelift, there was even a station wagon version. Jeremy Clarkson did not go as far as to say the XF-R was better than the M5, "but it's as good as". There would be no more praise coming from his mouth. The second generation of the XF (internal: Jaguar X260) was available from autumn 2015.
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