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Item #: 37596 -
This is an original used Lucas 14TR alternator control unit, as used on a great many British cars of the 1960s and 1970s. This is an original secondhand unit which was taken from a running car.It has correct Lucas markings on the cover and a date stamp of 1973.
Item #: 37423 -
This is an original used Lucas 4TR alternator control unit, as used on a great many British cars of the 1960s and 1970s. This is an original secondhand unit which was taken from a running car.It has correct Lucas markings on the cover and a date stamp of 1970.
Item #: RM01044 -
This is the brass junction block for brake lines and the brake warning light switch typically found in the engine bay of classic British cars built from about 1968 onwards. It houses the pressure differential switch, which detects if one brake circuit has failed, and causes a warning light on the dash to light up.This one is NOS, never been fitted to a car but the box is pretty grubby, as the pictures show. It is a genuine British Leyland part, quite rare and not available as a reproduction to...
Item #: 117-515 -
Most older British cars did not come equipped with headlamp relays. The advantage of a relay is that much more current gets to the lamps, meaning much brighter lighting, as well as a greatly reduced current draw through the lighting switch, so the switch will last a lot longer. We strongly recommend this kit for any British car built before about 1980. It comes complete with two relays, inline fuse, correct color code wires, and instructions for installation.Be safe and be seen! ...
Item #: RM01072 -
This is a pair (two) or engine mounts to fit many Jaguar saloons and sports cars of the 1950s and 1960s, including Mark I and Mark 2, 3.4S and 3.8S, 420, XK120 (late), XK140, XK150, E-type and others. The Jaguar part number is C4784.This mount is also used for the rear bumper of most Jaguar saloons of the 1960s. Mark I and 2 models used four of these; we think the big Mark X saloons used two (not sure, though).
Item #: C.990 -
This sale is for a fuel tank drain plug and in-tank filter with new fiber gasket, for most classic (pre-1970) Jaguars, including XK120, 140, 150, XKE, E-type, XKE, Mark MK 2, I, II, VII, VIII IX X, 3.4S, 3.8S, and others. Jaguar Part Number is C.990. This is a beautifully-made new part, all brass body as original with brass screen and steel drain plug. The new fiber sealing washer is not pictured but is included.
Item #: RM01088 -
This is a UK-made exact copy of the original Arrow headlamp dimmer switch used on Jaguar E-types (all models). It comes with a small knurled nut, but if you need the original type nut, we can supply one of those for $7.50. We can also supply an escutcheon, Jaguar Part Number C20305, for $10.
Item #: RM01004 -
New Old Stock Lucas 54332276 Lighting switch, correct for Jaguar E-type, XKE, Mark 2, MK II, 3.4S, 3.8S, 240, 340, 420, Daimler 2 1/2 and 250 saloon. Rare, brand new switch, with original, tatty box.This switch fits cars from about 1959 through 1969 (but not Series 2 E-types, which use a rocker switch for lighting).We have two on the shelf.
Item #: RM01035 -
Brand new, excellent reproduction horn push for Jaguar E-type Series I and II, 1961 through 1971. This will not fit the V12 Series III cars.
Item #: RM01197 -
Jaguars made in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s came with high quality tool kits, and one of the components of these kits was a tyre pressure gauge. There were several types of gauge used in these kits, most notably a non-branded gauge with JAGUAR "wings" logo and a Dunlop 6J ("J" was for "Jaguar," and the 6J was ONLY used in Jaguar tool kits). The "wings" logo gauge was used on many classic Jaguar saloons, as well as many 4.2 E-types.This is an excellent modern, UK-made gauge with WINGS logo but...
Item #: RM01105 -
Jaguar P/N C34080, this is a perfect reproduction of the original fiberboard item fitted to most Jaguars with XK engines of the 1950s and 1960s.