When the British automobile firm that would become Jaguar was founded in 1922 as the Swallow Sidecar Company, it was essentially in the business of making a specialized aftermarket product for owners of Norton and BSA motorcycles. But by 1935, the Jaguar name would finally appear on an automobile, a long (186 inches) four-seat sedan model called the SS Jaguar, "SS" being the initials of Swallow Sidecar and a formal part of the company's new...Continue Reading