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This kit includes all the chrome acorn nuts and correct washers for the cylinder head and cam cover of an XK engine. That is, all 6-cylinder Jaguars made from 1950 through about 1985, when the venerable classic XK engine was replaced by a newer model. The XK engine was truly a thing of beauty with polished double overhead cam covers and chrome acorn nuts and washers to cap off the head studs. This kit will replace all the old, rusty acorn nuts and washers and really cap off a nicely restored...
A pair of original front seats from a Jaguar Mark IV or Mark V. The leather is bad but the seat frames themselves are very good and even the leather sections on the backs and the moquette are in very good condition.Please note that this is for the pair of RED seats, priced at $350 for the pair. We also have a single BROWN seat, shown in one of the pictures, which has decent brown leather, available separately for $250, as it is ready to install as-is. Please contact us if you'd like that...
Item #: Jag Screwdriver -
This is a brand new reproduction Jaguar three-piece screwdriver, nicely made and correctly marked JAGUAR on the handle. It's the right one for E-type, XKE, Mark 1, Mark 2, Mark VIII and IX, S-type, and XK140 and XK150. These cars originally came with this type screwdriver as part of the toolkit, but most have long been lost. They have not been made for a long time. This is the same screwdriver that is being sold by other suppliers, only cheaper.
Item #: XK120 Explored 2d Ed. -
Quite simply, the Jaguar XK Explored series, authored and lavishly illustrated by the great Jaguar enthusiast, Bernard Viart, is the most useful printed resource available for the XK Jaguar restorer, bar none. No arguments. This thick second-edition volume, comprising 407 full-color pages and featuring 2600 original drawings, covers the details of construction, part numbers, wiring colors, factory options and tools, in exhaustive detail. Viart spent hundreds of hours...
Item #: RM01204 -
This is a new original type fuel filter, correct for most classic Jaguars, including Mark I, 2, VII, VIII, IX, X, 3.4S, 3.8S, 420, E-type, 240, 340 and others. It is also the right filter for other cars, although we do not have a list of those available. A paper filter element is available. Please email us about that or call us. This assembly is brand new, perfect in every way and ready to bolt on and use. It may not match the picture exactly, as our supplier has been known to change...
Item #: RM01042 -
SU carburetors, like all older carburetors, sometimes suffer from leaks in the floats. When this happens, the float fills with petrol and fails to shut off the fuel properly, resulting in a rich mixture, flooding, poor running, and sometimes a fire in the engine compartment. It is not easy to diagnose a leaky float without dismantling the carburetor float chamber.Here is the solution to float chamber flooding once and for all. It's a nitrophyl float, which will never leak or fail to perform...
Item #: 14-910-8 -
NOS Lucas 34460 reverse lamp/ overdrive interlock switch. This is equivalent to the Moss Motors 140-470 or 141-100 except that is an original old stock part made in England in the late 1960s or early 1970s. It fits most Jaguars, Austin-Healey 100, 100-6 and 3000, Triumph TR4, TR250, TR6, TR5, MGB, MGC, and many, many other British cars.
Item #: Jaguar Rev Counter Generator -
This is new old stock tachometer generator, as used on Jaguar XK150 (very late cars only), Mk II 2, IX (very late only), E-type XKE 1961-67, 3.4S, 3.8S, Mark X, 240 and 340. It is a brand new part, still in the original British Leyland box. This is not a reproduction part! We have many Jaguar speedometers and other gauges, in case this isn't exactly what you need. Please contact us with your needs and we will try to help. ...
Item #: RM01119 -
Nice pair of original seatbelts from an MGB, these will fit any car, but would look best in a car of the 1950s or 1960s, we think. In excellent condition.
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.