‘THE BEST JAGUAR MAGAZINE IN THE WORLD’ – Swiss reader.
Ever heard of the SS120? We tell all. The Australian who owns Sir William Lyons’ home. Stirling Moss’ XK120 FHC. The best XJR-S in existence. The newest XE saloon reviewed. The forgotten Le Mans stars. S.S. Jaguar 100 lives which have been forgotten.
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THE FIRST 35 YEARS HIGHLIGHTS
We can hardly believe we have reached 200 editions, so look back in over 10 pages of highlights from all over the world.
THE EX-JAPAN XJR-S WHICH HAS BARLY BEEN USED
It was found in a Japanese collection, and after years of trying, acquired by Melbourne’s Jordan Roddy. Now it is in Australia and we take it to the Sandown race course with Jordan’s father’s famous Spa and Bathurst winning TWR XJ-S.
WE LOVE THE XE SALOON – HERE IS THE NEWEST
We love Jaguar’s smallest saloon, the XE. Now it has been updated and improved and we take it for a very long drive to find out why it is even better.
THE AUSTRALIAN LE MANS SURPRISES
A fascinating revelation that WO Bentley, a 1928 Le Mans winning Bentley Boy driver and the owner/driver of the first Jaguar to finish at Le Mans were all very Australian!
S.S. JAGUAR 100 HISTORIES UNCOVERED AND EXPLAINED
The S.S. Jaguar 100 was the first Lyons car to carry the ‘Jaguar’ title, and it has never gone out of fashion. We nightlight significant cars and bring their surprising lives to the fore.
MORE ON THE 2019 GOODWOOD REVIVAL
Devotee Graeme Lord has not missed a Revival in over a decade and this time sends us his personal images and thoughts.
THE NEWEST OWNER OF WAPPENBURY HALL
The legendary Bruce McLaren had a very strong association with Jaguar – its cars and its people. He owned and raced many, and we explain this following our visit to his museum just out of Auckland.
Plus Dave Taylor’s XK150 restoration, the SS120, Sir Stirling Moss’ XK120 FHC … plus much more.
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