Jaguar Engine Rebuilder
We have done countless amounts of rare engines. We have the experience with these vintage beasts, and have the capabilities to rebuild these types of rarities.
We measure flywheel H.P. corrections for barometric pressure, humidity, and temperature. We do not use MFG. correction factor. 3.8 & 4.2 E-type good engine will have up to 190 flywheel H.P.. Jaguar listed it 265 H.P.. All auto MFG. had a correction factor.
My first engine dyno'ed at 256 H.P.. 9 H.P. under advertised H.P. but a good race engine in its day. In 1990 we broke 302 H.P. and set or goal at 400 H.P. Listed are some dates and H.P. readings over the years
3/1980 300 H.P. AT 5,800RPM
7/1991 351 H.P AT 6,600RPM
6/2005 371 H.P. AT 6,300RPM
1/2013 393 H.P AT 6,600RPM
10/2013 397.5H.P. AT 6,500RPM
11/2013 402.4H.P. AT 6,800RPM
300 to 400 HP took 23 years. Our new Goal is 425 HP
Come and see for yourself. When you bring your engine to us for rebuilding, we’ll treat you with respect and dignity.
We’re car people. That means you care about your engine, and so do we. Our team of certified technicians will ensure you receive the best practices in the industry.
We only use top of the line components for your intricate engines. We take extra special care to make sure your baby runs at its full potential/
My name is Bill Terry. In the early 1900's, my grandfather, William Terry had the first Chevrolet dealership and shop south of St Louis. Ever since then the sons, of sons, and grandsons of the those sons carry on the parts and machine shop.
In the mid 50's i built and raced Triumph motorcycles. During this time I also assisted my father in manufacturing outboard motors, called "Terry Trollers". We produced over 6,000 units.
In 57 we built our first British engine. Then racing E-types in the early 70's with the engines and parts we built. I have race in most major vintage racing and con-course competitions throughout the country for the past 20+ years.