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Tue, 03 Oct 1961
About 850 men producing Mark 2 Jaguar cars at Coventry will be laid off today because of a shortage of carburettors, the company announced...
Wed, 11 Oct 1961
FROM OUR CITY EDITOR Jaguar Cars, Ltd., are to extend their interests in commercial vehicles by the purchase of the business and physical...
Fri, 13 Oct 1961
THE GUARDIAN STANDARD TRIUMPH NEWS The unofficial strike at the Standard Triumph works at Speke goes on over the weekend, holding...
Fri, 13 Oct 1961
The first lorry built at the British Motor Corporation's new £11,250.000 factory at Bathgate, West Lothian, was driven off the assembly...
Wed, 18 Oct 1961
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT WOLVERHAMPTON. OCT. 17 Just one week after Jaguar Cars Ltd. bought Guy Motors Ltd., of Wolverhampton, the two...
Thu, 19 Oct 1961
In line with the general trend for more power, Standard Triumph announces the introduction of an engine conversion kit for the Triumph...
Fri, 20 Oct 1961
DAILY MIRROR By Patrick Mennem Orders from America and Canada worth £22,500,000 were placed at the Motor Show yesterday for Jaguar...
Fri, 20 Oct 1961
From TIME magazine Business Abroad: Jaguar's Mark X Friday, Oct. 20, 1961 High in the French Pyrenees, peasants were startled for...
Sun, 22 Oct 1961
ISSIGONIS OF BMC Three years ago the head of one of Britain's biggest car factories prophesied that the British Motor Corporation's...
Mon, 23 Oct 1961
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT COVENTRY, Oct. 22 Trade union assurances of co-operation for Jaguar Cars Ltd., of Coventry, in fulfilling the...
Sun, 29 Oct 1961
THE OBSERVER HOW TO BUILD A JAGUAR With their £22.5 million order from America, Jaguar have what Sir William Lyons has called a once-for-all...

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