If you are looking for the newest edition, it has been delayed by the virus and all of its flow-ons, but now we have hardcopies in our hands and in the mail too.
I am very pleased with it, and am making up for lost time with #203.
Our exclusive stories include:
The Shorter family in Auckland – now the world’s oldest dealer. We tell their story from before they were appointed S.S. dealers in the mid-1930s.
Restore or not restore? All the advice to you need to make up your mind about buying a finished classic Jaguar – or do you restore your own?
Team Shep at Bathurst. The fastest E-Type in the world, which has won a six hour race, raced from Panama to Alaska and is now the fastest E-Type in the world (officially) has now raced at Bathurst!
Jaguar’s 1950s unknown racing crew in the background. Yes we know the drivers, and we also know the key personnel, but what about the hardworking and talented engineers who built, prepared and crewed the Le Mans winning Jaguars and at other events? You will meet them now and know them by name.
Driving the latest 2020 XE – our favourite Jaguar saloon.
Tribute to Sir Stirling Moss. He got his first contract with Jaguar and was steered by Lofty England before he jumped ship to Mercedes-Benz. We pay our respects to the legend.
Peter Lehrke goes back to Sweden to drive the newest Jaguars on iced-over lakes for the third time.
… and loads and loads more.
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