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Item #: Jaguar 4" spanner -
Jaguars made in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s(XK120, XK140, XK150, Mark 2, 340, E-Type, XKE) came with high quality tool kits. There were several types of 4-inch adjustable spanners fitted to Jaguar kits from about 1955 through the 1970s, all marked "JAGUAR." These are very rare and expensive. This is a nice new 4-inch adjustable spanner, not correct for any Jaguar factory kit, but it fits perfectly and would make a fine substitute for somebody not concerned with building a concours-quality kit....
Item #: RM00485 -
We were lucky enough to obtain a small collection of genuine Triumph toolkit tools in England last year. This set of pliers is correct for most TRs, correctly marked with TW and MADE IN ENGLAND. They are in very good condition, repainted with genuine British paint, although there are a few scratches. We also have some open-end Superslim spanners, adjustable spanners, tyre valve tools, tyre irons, and Lucas distributor tools for these cars. Please contact us for details.
Item #: DaimlerKit -
The compact Daimler 2 1/2 and 250 saloons, featuring the wonderful 2 1/2 litre V8 Daimer engine in a Jaguar Mark 2 body, came equipped with a comprehensive tool kit from the factory. This is a very good original kit for a Daimler, missing a few pieces, but substantially original and correct. Included in this kit are the following:The small adjustable spanner, marked DAIMLER on one side and BAHCO on the other; the brake bleeder tube tin; and the feeler gauge. The tire gauge is a Dunlop #6. We...
Item #: RM00466 -
These are really well made reproductions of the correct 1950s Garringtons spanners, as used in Jaguar XK120, XK140, Mark VII, VIII and possibly other Jaguars. They are made to the original specifications, nicely done and show quality. They will fit the toolbox of a Mark I or 2, Mark IX or X, or S-type, although the correct spanner for those cars is a little different. We do carry a later style toolkit spanner for late model E-Types on this website.
Item #: XJ40 Kit -
Jaguar XJ cars came equipped with a comprehensive too kit from the factory. This is a particularly complete and nice example. The tools and spare bulbs and fuses appear to be original and correct. We believe this kit came from a so-called "XJ40" Jaguar, which might have been either an XJ6 or an XJ12. It would be a cool addition to any old Jaguar, though. It contains both metric and fractional wrench sizes.
Item #: RM00487 -
This is a nice repainted, straight lug wrench or wheelbrace/ starting handle for a Morris Minor. I believe it will work with any year Morris Minor. It's in excellent shape.
Item #: 381-608 -
This is a new forged steel 3/8" 12-point drive socket set, made by the venerable King Dick Tool Company in England. Included are Whitworth sizes 1/8" through 1/2". We use these sockets regularly in our shop and have found them to be of excellent quality.Whitworth fasteners were used on virtually all English cars and motorcycles through the 1970's.
Item #: RM00501 -
This is a new drop-forged steel combination-end spanner set including Whitworth sizes 1/8" through 1/2". We use these wrenches regularly in our shop and have found them to be of good quality.Whitworth fasteners were used on virtually all English cars and motorcycles through the 1970's.
Item #: RM00997 -
Whitworth 7-piece 3/8 drive deep socket set. These are drop-forged steel, about 2 1/2 inches deep. A steel rack to hold the sockets is included.We buy these from a tool vendor in England, but there is no brand name or country of original stamped on them.
Item #: RM00489 -
Older British cars and motorcycles use a certain number of Whitworth fasteners, especially on hydraulic, fuel, and electrical systems. This is a set of original Whitworth wrenches, made by Superslim TW in England, probably in the 1950s. These are similar or identical to the factory tools fitted to Triumph TR2, TR3, and early Land-Rovers. This set includes four open-end wrenches, from 1/8" W to 9/16"W. They have been cleaned and painted, but there are no signs of wear on any of these tools, so...