Jaguar Magazine: Edition 200



This special issue of Jaguar Magazine celebrates Edition 200 with an 8 page photographic tribute to all the people, cars, events and places that have made Jaguar Magazine what it is today!
XJR-S, SS, XE, Sir Michael Edwardes and Wappenbury Hall are just some of the other topics that feature in this edition of Jaguar Magazine!



Jaguar Magazine Edition 200

Edition 200 – the highlight of this edition is the 10 page feature that pays tribute to some of the many people, cars, events and places that have shaped Jaguar Magazine over the years.

Pictures exclusive to Jaguar Magazine include Martin Brundle reading a copy of Jaguar Magazine, Jim and Jean Randle with Pat Quinn and her son Michael, XJ13’s visit to Australia in 1989, Browns Lane in the process of demolition, The Jaguar Visitor Centre at Castle Bromwich being constructed, plus Jaguar at Le Mans in 1988 and 1990.

Sir John Egan, Lofty England, Connie Teather, Sir Nick Scheele, Geoff Lawson, Ian Callum, Sir Stirling Moss and Andrew Whyte are just some of the people central to Jaguar who are pictured in this issue, as having been interviewed and/or featured in Jaguar Magazine at some point.
The cars that made the magazine possible, from rescuing the 1951 Geneva Motor Show XK120 FHC in Mount Gambia, South Australia to test driving the Bathurst winning TWR XJ-S and an XJR-15.

Since its inception in 1984, Jaguar Magazine Editor Les Hughes has visited and featured William Lyons first home and first factory in Blackpool, the second factory in Blackpool, Foleshill and Browns Lane. All are pictured in this issue, along with many events celebrated within them.

Many of the changes seen at Jaguar over the past 35 years are chronicled here, the triumphs, the tragedies, the cars we love and those who made their names at Jaguar.



Other features for this issue, include:

Sir Michael Edwardes – the man who rescued Jaguar from British Leyland

XJR-S – one of the last 23 cars built at Bloxham became part of a Japanese collection, still in immaculate, low mileage condition, it forms the basis for this 8 page feature on the history and technical specification of the XJR-S

XE – test driving the new 2020 Model Year XE (8 page feature)

XJ – looking back at 50 years of production

Ex-Ron Walker XJ-S – now offered for sale

Wappenbury Hall – under new ownership the future is looking bright, with some exciting plans to involve Jaguar enthusiasts

Ex-Stirling Moss XK120 FHC LVC345 – now being offered for sale (4 page feature)

Goodwood Revival 2019 – a 4 page report on this popular event

SS120 – an SS inspired, XK engined, open two seater

Forgotten Names – Nick Haines, and others who helped shape the history of Jaguar (6 page feature)

Bad Cat – Graham Wood’s highly modified X100



SS100 – the first in series of features detailing the histories of the 23 cars built (6 page feature)

Restoring an XK150 – an ongoing saga, last featured in edition 199



Other Features in this issue

Historic D-type used for sound backing on new game

F-type facelift unveiled

E-racing grows quickly to include more manufacturers in new season

Jaguar creates new electric hypercar for computer only


Regular Features

Latest Jaguar news from around the world

Jaguar and Daimler Automobilia for sale

Cars and parts for sale


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