Give us a few hours from the time I post this, but when that happens the newest digital edition of Jaguar Magazine is available for your reading at Magzter.
As always, it is chock a block full of stories and features exclusive to this magazine and is ideal for festive season reading and enjoyment.
If you subscribe to our hardcopy or buy it in the shops, it will be in the mail early next week.
You can look forward to:
Could the XJ13 have won a sixth Le Mans for Jaguar in the mid to late 60s, especially against the Ford GT40 and Ferraris?
The V12 E-Type materialised in 1971 and surprised many not just because it was a new E-Type, but because it introduced a brand new sophisticated Jaguar engine when it had only had one since 1951. A tiny number of development Series 2 FHCs were converted into prototype V12 Series 3s – and also XK engined Series 3s!
The XJ40 – to the origins by speaking with some of those who created it, and finding the only Scottish media launch XJ40 which has survived.
A long lost XK150 has which has been one family ownership for nearly 60 years has been found.
Larry Perkins finished 4th driving a Silk Cut Jaguar XJR-9LM at Le Mans in that magnificent 1988 Jaguar victory year. We were there for the race, got into all the right places and present exclusive images of Larry, the team, the cars and the race.
… and that is just the start of what is in edition #190.
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