It is always good to get the next edition of Jaguar Magazine out, and #186 came out from the printer on Friday.
For those who subscribe it is in the mail already, and will reach shops by the end of next week – but before Easter.
Even I am amazed at how untold stories keep being published in ours. In fact, when we started this magazine in 1984 I truly believed we would run out of stories after about 20 editions.
Fortunately, I was very wrong.
Some highlights in edition #186 are:
Living with the F-Pace 3.0 litre diesel
Bill Pitt – D-Type racer, and work’s ‘Mk1’ owner racer – Australia’s second Touring Car Champion
The earliest XJ-Ss – very collectable
The ‘Mk1’ gets the love and respect it deserves
The late-Archie Scott Brown’s fatal accident – and what became of his crashed VPP9?
Brigg Cunningham – exclusive images of his three works-built Long Nose D-Types rolled on one weekend in 1956.
An exclusive visit to Jaguar Heritage’s stored collection with brilliant images by Martin Dunning.
Buyer’s Guide to the X-Type.
XK150 restoration – next instalment.
Where’ Wally – Jaguar’s caught on camera in candid!
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