I didn’t dare to share this humble Jag before as so many wonderful examples of this beloved brand had been shown here before. It is just a four door sedan from 2001 but with much pleasure I will show a few shots below. Engine is a 4.0 liter V8 with 280 HP
Beautiful car, I really like the design and as mentioned in the thread - a great GT. Every now and then I always (re-)consider it but somehow always struggled with one question (which so-far has hindered a purchase): XKR vs dB7: I always wondered whether
We posted some pictures of the Jaguar E Type and the XJ S, here are some nice pictures of the XK R, now. Credit: Carandclassic: I have to confess that I always turned around the idea of getting a Jaguar, but that I never made the plunge. Like the two othe
Not quite as cool as Jocke’s though. My grandfather has owned 5 cars throughout his life, he was born in 1910 and left us in 2001. He never really went to school and grew up in a pretty poor region here in Flanders were i still live a poor life. He always
I look back on the XJ220 with great fondness. I remember geeking out on it in the early 90's as a young teen and to this day I still have some of the original Jaguar press releases and official brochure of the car. It was also built not too far from where
The XJ220 was officially priced at £290,000 in 1989 but Jaguar lacked the resources to develop the car as originally envisaged so the 6.2-litre V12 was replaced with a twin-turbo 3.5-litre V6 engine. Then all-wheel drive would be replaced in favour of a l
Produced between 1990 and 1992 in a very short number of cars with only 281 specimens, this Burgundy version is one of the rarest. 6 Cylinders, Bi Turbo, 550 HP, one of the faster for that time, if not THE faster with a 342 Km/h speed! Credit pictures: L'
I miss my pre-Covid days where I would often find myself in various private clubs, seated in an armchair with other learned men (some with a cigar, some with whiskey, and some with both a cigar and whiskey) and where we would discuss literature, poetry, t