Black Country Jaguars Ltd were formed in 1985 when the owner Graham Taylor of a general vehicle dismantlers decided to devote the entire business to Jaguar models only.
The company grew and moved premises in 1990 to Dudley in the West Midlands. This facility had the scope to accommodate several hundred Jaguars, and within a short few years did in fact stock over 500 Jaguars for dismantling, ranging from the 1950s to present day models, specialising in MK2 Jaguar models and 60’s saloons.
The need to supply new parts alongside second hand parts soon became apparent and a new parts division was formed specifically in the remanufacture of obsolete parts and sourcing original old stock parts from all over the world, supplying both trade and retail alike.
Sourcing these parts took Graham and Irene in many different directions not least Jaguar cars and Unipart themselves of which they bought many different consignments. One of the biggest being their complete stock of XJ40, series 3 and XJS soft trim products in seating assemblies (nearly 8 million pounds worth) which had to be housed in twenty two 40ft shipping containers. In 2005 they began the task of moving location to Lye, a job that took over one year to complete.
In 2020 Graham and his wife Irene decided to move on and sell the business. As the new owners, father and son team John and Lee bought the company and they have relocated the entire stock to Norfolk. As lifelong fans of the marque they will continue to embrace the companies past whilst moving forward into an exciting future.
We are looking forward to welcoming both past and new customers!