EDITION #201 IS OUT NOW

This is what we have lined up for you in edition #201.

I am very sure you won’t have seen anything about 95% of our features.

They include:

D-Type OKV1 – is not the car we all thought!

Driving the last F-TYPE Convertible V8 supercharged R

Discovering and showing all of the locations in and around Le Mans where Jaguar, Ecurie Ecosse and Cunningham (plus the Ford GT40 team) had their bases to prepare the race cars.

A much loved XK150S finds it’s first owner in 1960. The current Australia owners celebrate dinner in London with them!

The much loved and admired Archie Scott Brown, a brave and talented driver who was a champion despite physical deformities he was born with. With input from Ron Gaudion who prepared his D-Type.

S.S. Jaguar 100s. Part two of the lives of particular cars which have been in Australia since 1937.

Jaguar’s new SVO and Jaguar Land Rover Classic. What are they, and where are they?

… and of course, there is loads more to digest and enjoy.

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WE ARE BACK ONLINE!!!

It has taken some time to sort it out, having been compromised unexpectedly, here we are.

What we have up now is not the latest news etc., but that will be updated.

It is just a relief to be back.

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JUST ANOTHER TEST

Jaguar Land Rover Classic is presenting an electric-powered Jaguar E-type at the Jaguar Land Rover Tech Fest, which opens to the public on 8 September in London. The car, known as E-type Zero, has been restored and converted at Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works in Coventry, not far from where the E-type was born.

Tim Hannig, Direc

NEXT EDITION

EDITION 188 AVAILABLE NOW

Jaguar Land Rover Classic is presenting an electric-powered Jaguar E-type at the Jaguar Land Rover Tech Fest, which opens to the public on 8 September in London. The car, known as E-type Zero, has been restored and converted at Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works in Coventry, not far from where the E-type was born.

Tim Hannig, Direc

TESTING THE NEWEST XJ-R AND 25 YEARS OF 'R'

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Meet the bold and in your face newest XJ-R.  We picked it up with less than 300 kilometres on the clock, and will bring you our extensive report in the coming edition after putting it through its paces.  It is exciting though I can already promise.

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More than that though, we fittingly also commemorate 25 years of Jaguar’s R models, and stack the new supercharged V8 X351 alongside the first ever supercharged Jaguar, the X300 six cylinder classic for a comparison.

It’s all happening next.

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