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Jaguar Magazine – Issue 169 out now
BOB TULLIUS – ANOTHER SIDE TO HIS LIFE …
Bob Tullius is a major Jaguar hero – but there is another side to the man who took Jaguar back to international racing and Le Mans.
JAGUAR REVEALS THE XFR-S SPORTBRAKE AND XE …
At the Geneva Motor Show Jaguar pulled the covers off its red-hot XFR-S Sportbrake – and makes announcements on the forthcoming XE saloon.
THE XK150 RESTORATION STAGE TWO …
The restoration of an XK150 FHC which has beeN forty years in the making now gets serious.
FINDING MORE ON THE LE MANS LISTER JAGUAR …
Lister Jaguar VPP9 is the most famous car and registration plate for that marque – we find more history about a car we have traced for decades.
THE GENEVA SHOW XK120 FHC ARRIVES HOME …
It created a sensation when it was revealed at the 1951 Geneva Motor Show but has been out of Britain since 1952. Now it is back and being restored.
JAGUAR’S NEWEST C-X17 AND MEETING THE MAN WHO DESIGNED IT, THE F-TYPE AND C-X75 …
We view the third and last C-X17 cOncept, and have a revealing interview with Matt Beavan, the Jaguar Advanced Design Studio executive who designed its looks.
THE FIRST TOJEIRO JAGUAR …
Tojeiro Jaguar is a 1950’s sports racing model which has gone largely un-noticed. We found the first one though which spent decades in New Zealand, and also trace the history of the marque.
IAN BOUGHTON – A REMARKABLE MAN …
The late-Ian Boughton owned and restored a staggeringLy huge number of classics including an S.S. Jaguar 100, an aluminium bodied XK120 and more. His story is fascinating.
JAGUAR GETS A NEW ASSEMBLY PLANT …
Jaguar has announced that it will build its new small XE at the Land Rover Lode Lane plant. We look at it, and also show all of the plants it has occupied in its history.
A NEW LIFE FOR A MKVII …
Not to be under-estimated, Kirkfare Klassics has restored an original MkVII for classic rallys – but left the sixty-plus year old body untouched.
FOR SALE …
A full range of cars, memorabilia and parts.
Lotus distributor Derek Jolly’s XK140 FHC tow car, a lost alloy XK120. ‘Plastic’ Pearson’s XK120 racer and a cache of the XJ-S 3.6 litre model.
JAGUAR HERITAGE …
The massive Daimler Green Goddess in the Trust’s Collection, a 1913 Daimler and a lost sports car concept.
… plus book reviews, new products, cars and parts for sale and much more to read and see.
… and much more.
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