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The luxury car company now known as Jaguar was originally founded in
1922 under the name Swallow Sidecar Company and exclusively manufactured
motorcycles. In the years leading up to WWII, the company began to
produce passenger cars at which point the company became known as SS
Cars, Limited. In 1935 the company released the now famous SS Jaguar 100
but with the outbreak of World War II, SS Cars changed its name to
Jaguar to avoid any association with the Nazi SS. The next car of note
produced by the company was the XK120 which had an inline V6 engine and
was available in three different configurations: sedan, coupe or
drop-top convertible. The first Jaguar to hit American roads was the
1951 Mark VII Saloon which won the Monte Carlo Rally five years after
its release in 1956.
Jaguar released many vehicles of note in the 1960s such as the XK-E,
the Mark X and the highly acclaimed XJ series which has survived to this
day. In 1966 Jaguar was sold to the British Motor Corporation which
merged with the Leyland Motor Corporation a scant two years later it
became British Leyland. Throughout all of these changes Jaguar continue
to release iterations of the famed XJ series such as the XJ6C, the XJ-S
and the XJ12. Despite its parent company being nationalized in 1975,
Jaguar kept pace with its developments and rolled out the XJ-S HE in the
early 80s as well as the XJ-SC convertible which joined the lineup in
1983. As the 1980s drew to a close Jaguar had become a competitive force
in the performance luxury market and was acquired by Ford Motor Company
The 1990s were a boom time for Jaguar with several standouts such as
the 1996 XK8 which was the marque’s first V8 engine. The XJR was another
notable entrant making its appearance in the middle of the decade and
sported a supercharged AJ16 six cylinder engine which furnished it with
power equal to its aggressive physique. In 1998 the S-Type was released
with a supercharged model following only a few short years later which
directly and successfully competed with Mercedes-Benz’ E-Class and the
BMW M45. Another shining star from this period was the X-Type, built on
Ford’s CD132 frame amid intended to be a mid-market offering.
Jaguar has, as a company, changed hands a number of times in its
history but what started out as a motorcycle company has today become
one of the premiere luxury automakers in the world. The elegance and
refined performance of Jaguar may be the reasons why the company and its
vehicles have been so sought after and highly regarded but there seems
to be an ineffable mystique which surrounds it and which draws in
enthusiasts and collectors alike. Rvinyl understands the pull of the
Jaguar aesthetic and wants to provide you with the opportunity to
customize your Jag in whatever way you want which is why we offer one of
the largest catalogs of tints and accessories available.
Whether you are looking to upgrade your interior, protect the
delicate finish of your exterior or increase the performance of your
car, truck or SUV we carry a tremendous selection of accessories to give
you the results you have been looking for at the right prices. We
understand that when you purchase an accessory for your car or SUV
you're not making just any purchase--you're making a statement about who
you are and how you want the world to see you. Customizing cars has been
a passion of our since we started back in 2003 and we are proud to be
able to share it with customers like you every single day. Whether
you’re looking to upgrade an older car or tune a new one we want to be
the people you come to first for the best-priced and most innovative
products on the market.