Jaguar Magazine – Edition 172


Jaguar Magazine Edition 172

 

Jaguar Magazine – Issue 172 out now

 

WHAT YOU WILL FIND IN THE NEWEST JAGUAR MAGAZINE Now also available in digital at iTunes

 

FAMOUS S.S JAGUAR 100 FOUND It has been owned by many famous people, but its location has been a mystery. We find it!

XK140 TURNS 60 The XK140 is much loved, but others have by-passed it. We explain it and commemorate its 60 years.

XK150 RESTORATION Part six of a monster programme.

THE MEN WHO SAVED JAGUAR’ Remembering Jack Bryson, Max Hoffman, Charles Hornburg, and Briggs Cunningham without whom Jaguar could not have survived.

GOODWOOD REVIVAL Reporting from the 2014 Goodwood Revival where more D-Types raced than anywhere ever before.

D-TYPE FAKES A great number of D-Types at the Revival were never built by Jaguar. We explain which ones and why this has occurred.

TONY ROLT – THE MOST EXCEPTIONS WORKS RACER Tony Rolt won Le Mans for Jaguar, but he was much more than that and undoubtedly the bravest hero.

JACK DAVEY D-TYPE OWNER The great Jack Davey owned XKD520 and many more fine cars. Mostly, he was Australia’s most loved media star.

MOTORCLASSIC A fairly new event in Melbourne attracted some extraordinary classic vehicles – including Jaguars.

WHERE’S WALLY? Wal Nelowkin has been on the road again and spotting Jaguars everywhere he goes.

PROWLING Sir Jack Brabham’s record breaking Mk2, spectacular Jaguars in the wilderness, a rare TWR-modified Series 3 XJ12 re-surfaces in Norway after 30 years and unusual XK150s !!

JAGUAR HERITAGE A tribute to Sir Nick Scheele, former Jaguar CEO. …

 

FOR SALE A full range of cars, memorabilia and parts, on offer.

 

… plus book reviews, new products, cars and parts for sale and much more to read and see.

… and much more.

 

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