Our latest edition has now hit the streets in hard copy, and is also on the way to every subscriber’s mail box.
No two editions are alike, of course, and some take more effort to create than others – but this one has taken perhaps the most effort, yet is the most satisfying.
We are very proud to present the ten page feature highlighting Clive Beecham’s ex-works and Ecurie Ecosse Long Nose D-Type XKD603. It the most original D-Type in existence (in our opinion) finished second at Le Mans in 1957 behind the sister Ecurie Ecosse D-Type – and started in Le Mans four races in a row! That’s the most of any Jaguar.
Then there is the gorgeous V12 XJ-C belonging to Lance Quartermaine. It is rare, pristine and was self-restored by an enthusiast in Perth, Western Australia over a three year period.
Jaguar has never built a four cylinder sports car for public sale – until now. We test drive and live with the four cylinder F-Type Convertible and discover a real surprise package.
Not to forget Alfred Momo – a name your may have heard of in conjunction with Briggs Cunningham. However, nothing has been documented about him that I have found, and that is a huge shame. So we spent weeks investigating the Italian/American, his family, his engineering genius, his relationship with Briggs Cunningham – and found he and Briggs even owned and operated the official new car sales business in New York, and also its entire service and spare parts.
These are just teasers too of what is in the entire edition #191.
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