‘SUFFERING’ FOR OUR NEXT EDITION …

Sitting beside it in the Collection was the ex-David McKay/Ron Hodgson/Pete Geoghegan factory built racing ‘Mk1’ which began Australia’s love affair with touring car racing in 1958. The pairing is a rare sight of course, and both cars are totally undamaged and original with most of their original special parts. Both have perfectly straight panels…

A SIGHT TO EXCITE THE LOINS OF ANY JAGUAR LOVER

A preview shot taken for us by the owner of all these cars (and dozens more), David Bowden.It shows his now completed ex-Ron Hodgson racing Mk2 in David’s workshop with the famed works-built ‘Grey Pussy’ ‘Mk1’ which founded touring car racing as Australia’s favourite. On top of the hoist is the replica Mk2 Ron Hodgson…

… AND MORE PROOF – INDEPENDENT

For you are still in doubt about the fact the 1948 London Motor Show XK120 was LHD chassis #1, here is more proof from other impeccable sources.The important shot here showing the interior of the 1948 Show car on display comes from the definitive XK120 book ‘Jaguar XK120 In Detail’ published by the Jaguar Daimler…

A NEW F-TYPE COLLECTOR’S EDITION

New R-Dynamic Black models further heighten the purity and presence that set Jaguar’s definitive sports car apart. Developed from the 300PS four-cylinder and 450PS V8 R-Dynamic Coupé and Convertible*, these exclusive additions to the line-up offer an enhanced specification and an even more luxurious, crafted interior.  F-TYPE’s pure, sculpted form is accentuated by the Black Pack and 20-inch, five split-spoke wheels with…

… AND ANOTHER SATISFIED READER

Smiling Jaguar Magazine reader Tiff Needell needs little introduction, and aside from many other things, he drove Bob McKay’s XJ13 Brisbane-based replica on the famous UK Fifth Gear television show. He is a presenter of Lovecars, and formerly served as co-presenter of Top Gear and Fifth Gear. He drove F1 with Ensign, and made his first appearance at the 24…

DESIGN HEAD PROMISES MASSIVE CHANGES

In this week’s Autocar magazine, Gerry McGovern talks about “the future of Jaguar styling” building on the Re-imagine event and the investors call. “In my book,” he says, “the only thing that has to look traditional about a Jaguar is the badge. I really don’t think anything else matters.” “Jaguar designs will be compelling and…