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JAGUAR IN CRISIS
We examine what it means for Jaguar to become the first electric-only traditional manufacturer in the world. Then we turn to the publicity disaster it has created by suing the builders of a replica C-Type.
THE WORLD'S BEST AND MOST ORIGINAL S.S. JAGUAR 1.5 LITRE SALOON
An enthusiast in Perth, Western Australia bought a lovely old S.S. Jaguar in England. Until he shipped it home he didn't didn't realise what a gem he owned.
FILLING IN THE FAMOUS XK120'S HISTORIC GAPS
The famous 1951 Darwin to Alice Springs world record breaking XK120 disappeared from view for decades. Finally the missing years have been found and brilliant colour images come with that.
THE BEST XJR-S MOVES HOMES
A very special low mileage rare Facelift model XJR-S has been purchased by a new owner with a very long history in the marque.
WHERE JAGUAR CHAMPIONS DID IT AT LE MANS
We are the first to ever find the locations and document the bases Jaguar, Ecurie Ecosse and Cunningham had at Le Mans to prepare their racers. And they all still exist.
THE E-TYPE'S ORIGINS
Finding out how the E-Type came to be, and learning about its creator, aerodynamicist Malcolm Sayer who changed the fundamentals of racing car construction.
LIVING AND LOVING THE SPECTACULAR F-TYPE R COUPE
We spent ten days with a matt bright yellow F-TYPE Coupe all wheel drive - powered by a five litre supercharged V8 engine. It made a strong impression ...
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