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1995 Jaguar XJS Celebration Coupe vs. Cabrio

Initially controversial, the XJS became Jaguar’s longest running model. In its 21st and final year of production, the company launched the ‘XJS Celebration’ – now deemed by many to be the most desirable of the range – We examine its history and find out what makes them so special…

Road trip 1950 Jaguar XK120

Peter abandons the concept of luxury and takes to the hills in a rather special XK120…

Running report 1971 Jaguar E-type V12

Peter introduces his E-type in this, the first of a series of running reports. Definitely not a project car – but we’ll see how that turns out…

1968 Jaguar 240

We investigate the rebirth of a late-model member of the Mk2 family, a special survivor with just one surname in the logbook

1951 Jaguar XK120

If there was a prize for the longest period competing in the same Jaguar car, Dr.Geoff Ottley GP would be in hot contention for it. The only other challenger would probably be Derek Pearce with his Mk2, but most racecars have the ‘triggers broom’ factor and I suspect that a far greater percentage of RDU867 is the actual metal that left Coventry in 1951.

1986 Jaguar XJ6 Series 3 Sovereign

Inspecting a series 3 XJ6. We meet the owner of a retirement present Sovereign. We waited a long while to see Ray Reed’s low mileage S3. Was it worth it? Spoiler alert – yes!

1951 Jaguar C-Type Goodwood track test

Our new editor relives his memorable experience behind the wheel of a storied C-type at this iconic racetrack.

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