The Finch SS100 and SS120 Range SS100 Jaguar Replicas SS100 Recreations by Finch are hand-crafted to be as authentic as possible. The chassis is fabricated using original factory drawings. The body is hand-crafted metal (alloy) on timber frame. Engines and gearboxes are also original Jaguar units. Front and rear axles are period Jaguar assemblies. All original components are painstakingly stripped and restored in our workshops to their former glory. Contemporary SS/Jaguar components are procured where possible. SS100 Open Two-Seater Roadster The SS100 Jaguar Replica by Finch is an authentic recreation with aluminium body over wooden frame using original drawings. The Finch SS100 driveline comprises the 3.5 litre Jaguar engine and Moss gearbox. SS100 Saouthchik Roadster In the 1930s, a small number of SS100s received custom coachwork including examples by revered carrosserie Jacques Saoutchik from his Paris workshop. Finch is pleased to be able to offer replicas of the finest and rarest examples of custom bodied SS100s featuring Saoutchik's swooping front and rear guards. SS100 Lyons Coupe In 1938, William Lyons presented to the public his prototype for a new SS100 Coupe at the Earls Court Motor Show. Only one vehicle was ever built. Finch is pleased to be able to offer replicas of the rarest of the rare SS100s. Evolutionary Finch SS120 William Lyons was developing the successful series of SS90 and SS100 sports-cars when interrupted by WWII. What if SS100 production had not been interrupted, and Lyons further developed the SS90/SS100 series on the SS100 or Mk V chassis? Perhaps, Lyons might have evolved an ‘SS120’ eight years earlier than the XK120. Finch is pleased to present our ‘what-if’ car; SS100 variants that might have been. SS120 Open Two-Seater Roadster The Finch SS120 is a 1940's-styled evolution of the 1930's SS100 with an all metal body and mohair hood. The Finch SS120 driveline comprises a 4.2 litre Jaguar XK engine and Tremec T5 five-speed gearbox. SS120 Lyons Convertible The Finch SS120 is also offered as a convertible with a removable hard-top. ... the Finch SS120 convertible with the hard-top removed. SS120 Lyons Coupe In 1938, William Lyons presented to the public his prototype for a new SS100 Coupe at the Earls Court Motor Show. Only one vehicle was ever built. Finch offers the SS120 with many of the styling features of the Lyons coupe. SS120 Saouthchik Roadster Jacques Saoutchik's top-class French coachbuilding company became famous in the 1930s for their high quality and often extravagant designs. Finch is pleased to offer the SS120 with many of the styling features of Saoutchik. SS120 Pacific Coupe In the late 1930s, contemporary vehicles to the Lyons' Coupe were the Bugatti Type 57 Atlantic and the Mercedes 540K Autobahn Kruiser. Finch is pleased to offer the beautiful SS120 Pacific Coupe with contemporary styling to these classic and highly desirable vehicles. SS120 Pacific Coupe - Saoutchik Guards The Finch SS120 Pacific Coupe is also offered with Saoutchik's swooping front and rear guards. Please note that some visual features are subject to ongoing design and styling refinement. Bespoke colour options are infinitely variable within the spectrum of automotive paints.