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It is ready to hit the presses and will appeal to anyone who loves Jaguar.
This is what highlights in the magazine –
The amazing life story of a former racing X120 owned by the Cummins family for over 50 years (cover story)
The I-Pace – a former Jaguar UK exec who helped build E-Types gives his opinion of the model after 12 months of private ownership
The XJ-S is the model which many believe saved Jaguar from collapse. How did it succeed after a luke-warm first six years?
The three international teams whose XJ-S racing exploits raised it sales popularity to last 25 years in production
The XJ-S fitted with a V8 engine and body mods – it’s owner explains his intentions
Mark Trenoweth owns and raced two very special GT racing XJ-Ss. He recently restored his second car to better than new. We photographed it in great detail and he talks about his cars and a love affair with all things Jaguar
The XJ-C ‘Pink Panther’ returns with a friend. XJ-C V12 chassis #3 is a prototype 1973 show car finished in a unique colour. It was found and purchased by our editor 30 years ago, and is now almost finished restoration by owner Tery Hurst. Just for his own amusement Tery also built a replica Broadspeed XJ-C V12 racer to keep the Pink Panther company …
The most heroic and laid back of all Jaguar Le Mans winners was the late-Tony Rolt. You can’t help but be impressed with the man when you absorb his huge life.
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