Originally Posted by Bikeguy Joe
Jaguar used to be called the "SS Motors" or somesuch no?
Jaguar were known as SS Jaguar pre-war, I dont know why - but at that time they were an independant company. Later they became part of BLMC which became British Leyland and later still Austin Rover (although by that time Jaguar were decidedly unrelated unless you forced the point... sadly their electrical systems werent..)
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