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
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'
...If my XJ had been a V12 I probably wouldn't have bought it just due to supposed issues with them. (OK, I'll be honest, I still would have bought it but would have been paranoid it would leave me stranded some day) Of course when they're running well th
I've been concerned for years about what direction the laws in the US will take regarding old cars. In fact, when I wanted to put my MGB back on the road in 2008 after many years in storage, I assumed it would no longer pass the New Jersey emissions inspe
That Jag reminds ms of the drives in my uncle’s XJ back in the eighties .... Here in Belgium our (leftist) politicians have gone completely mad, in several cities old cars are prohibited unless you pay extra money .... more than 1000€ per year extra. A lo
“Some thirteen and a half inches (345mm) shorter overall than the XKR, the XK180 was styled in the Jaguar Styling Department under the eye of the Company's Director of Styling Geoff Lawson. The lines of the car were the work of Keith Helfet, a Senior Desi
Moderator Patrick_y test drives the Jaguar I-Pace at a Jaguar demonstration. The ensuing is a review that incorporates the new electric Jaguar’s features and driving performance. INTRODUCTION Jaguar, the car company that made the world’s fastest productio
Still looking cool... The 'good Jags' seem to be seen less and less these days and the X Type alongside the XJ are the coolest. Latest production 2008-2009 for both. They will definitely become collectibles and I am hanging on to this one.. Interior and e