The latest edition of Jaguar Magazine features:
OVER THE BORDER
Letitia Mace navigates for Philip Porter as he takes his XK120 over the border from Berwick to Beverly on part of the XK Round Britain Coastal Run in aid of Prostate Cancer
BRAND NEW LIGHTWEIGHT E-TYPE – BUILT FOR THE ROAD
One off car for a special buyer – built by Concours Sportscar Restoration
RON GAUDION – JAGUAR’S HIDDEN HISTORIC SUPERSTAR STARS AT THE REVIVAL
Aussie Ron Gaudion is the only man in the world who built most of the works Long Nose D-Type racers, the first 10 production D-Types, crewed the winning D-Type at Le Mans in 1955, before moving to Ecurie Ecosse and preparing and crewing the D-Type winners in 1956 and 1957. He was a star at the Goodwood Revival this year and the historic Jaguar world is gobsmacked that he has gone unknown – we have a ten page feature on the man in 2017.
XJ220 AT 25 YEARS
It’s hard to believe, but the XJ220 is now a quarter of a century old in production form. We present exclusive stories and images of the car being built at Abbey Panels and also the JaguarSport Bloxham plant.
F-TYPE COUPE R-DYNAMIC
Living with and driving the newest F-Type supercharged six cylinder model.
PEBBLE BEACH 2017
The exclusive story and images from a Jaguar perspective from Tom Krefetz of Classic Showcase.
FAMOUS PROTHEROE RACING E-TYPES CUT7 COME TOGETHER
We unravel the tangled histories of the three Dick Protheroe racing E-Types each registered CUT7, and we highlight the first two cars which are now owned by the same person who keeps them in his garage.
Paying our respects to, and introduce the Brisbane, Australia ladder maker Ralph Furmiester. He died recently, unknown by the Jaguar establishment as the man who invented and owned Jaguar’s revolutionary self-piercing rivet. It allowed Jaguar to become the first motor manufacturer in the world to build a full monocoque four door saloon body in aluminium.
The next instalment of David Taylor’s restoration of a car he hasn’t driven since 1974!
SS120 BEING CREATED
Watching the rise of a unique model being built with XK power and which pays tribute to the S.S. It is the work of Finch Restorations and looking very appealing as it comes to life.
… plus much more.
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