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Classic Jaguar

August - September 2020
Magazine

Classic Jaguar aims to be the definitive celebration of this most iconic of British motoring marques. It will chart the historic journey of a car maker that started life in 1922 as the Swallow Sidecar Company in Blackpool. The company soon evolved into a Coventry based manufacturer of sports cars. With a new factory and glamorous new models, Jaguar was flying from the 1950s onwards as it exported cars like the MkVII saloon and XK120 around the world and achieved huge motorsport success at Le Mans. Classic Jaguar magazine aims to relive these golden moments, looking back in time at this magical era for Jaguar, profiling the people, the places and, crucially, the cars that made the company what it is today. With its focus on the traditional, classic models of the past, Classic Jaguar will be the perfect complement to the comprehensive coverage readers can also enjoy in Jaguar World magazine.

Classic Jaguar

The new normal

SIR STIRLING MOSS, 1929-2020

GET YOUR FIX!

SHOWS AND SHOOTS

‘OPEN FOR BUSINESS’ SAY SPECIALISTS

PRODUCT NEWS • We catch up with the latest must-have products and accessories aimed at today’s classic Jaguar owner

LIFELONG YEARNING • There’s far more to this superbly upgraded E-Type Series III than its brand new ex-factory 6.0-litre V12 powerplant, as proud owner Barry Coupe explains

FAMILY CONNECTION

MARKET WATCH • In this regular section, we take a look at some of the most tempting cars for sale and report on others that have sold – from affordable classics through to premium-priced gems

YOUR SHOUT • Got something to say about anything Jaguar-related? Then we want to hear it!

DAIMLER 2½ LITRE V8 • With its combination of Mk2-based looks and glorious V8 engine, it’s easy to see the appeal of this compact Daimler saloon – but what are the pitfalls when buying?

STAYING POWER • With an extended career that saw great change at Jaguar, the XJ-S went from uncertain beginnings to much-deserved triumph in later life, as Paul Wager explains

AJ16 ARRIVAL

ROAD AND TRACK

ALL-WHEEL DRIVE

NOT THE F-TYPE

DID YOU KNOW?

PRESERVING THE PAST • Rob Hawkins heads to Yorkshire to sample an XK120 that was raced in the USA – a remarkably (and appealingly) unrestored car with a fascinating history

Automobilia MOTOR SPORT ARTEFACTS • Following last issue’s study of Le Mans automobilia from the 1950s, Ian Cooling takes a look at the collectables relating to other Jaguar competition from the same decade

SOFT-TOP SENSATION • We take a trip to Denmark to sample an Avon-built XJ-C, the two-door coupé that was skilfully transformed into an aesthetically and dynamically rewarding convertible

SCREEN TIME! • With some of the most famous Jaguars in the world having enjoyed their best moments in front of the camera, Craig Cheetham reveals his favourite Browns Lane screen icons

BALL-JOINT UPGRADE • Rob Hawkins explains how to put an end to shimmingup and pumping grease into your Jaguar’s suspension ball-joints by upgrading to modern sealed units

SUBSCRIBE TODAY • ON THESE SPECIAL OFFERS

FROM THE ARCHIVES • Paul Guinness delves into his archives of period adverts and brochures to bring you this eclectic collection of Jaguar classics

CATCH-UP TIME! • If you’ve missed out on some of the previous issues of Classic Jaguar, don’t worry – it couldn’t be easier to grab some of our great back issues. We even offer free postage to UK residents and reduced shipping overseas. Check out the sample list below and then head online to:

PAUL GUINNESS • Our editor rediscovers a road test of the Jaguar MkVIII, a saloon that managed to impress the editorial team behind this Swiss-published annual title


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 84 Publisher: Kelsey Publishing Group Edition: August - September 2020

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  • Release date: July 31, 2020

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Classic Jaguar aims to be the definitive celebration of this most iconic of British motoring marques. It will chart the historic journey of a car maker that started life in 1922 as the Swallow Sidecar Company in Blackpool. The company soon evolved into a Coventry based manufacturer of sports cars. With a new factory and glamorous new models, Jaguar was flying from the 1950s onwards as it exported cars like the MkVII saloon and XK120 around the world and achieved huge motorsport success at Le Mans. Classic Jaguar magazine aims to relive these golden moments, looking back in time at this magical era for Jaguar, profiling the people, the places and, crucially, the cars that made the company what it is today. With its focus on the traditional, classic models of the past, Classic Jaguar will be the perfect complement to the comprehensive coverage readers can also enjoy in Jaguar World magazine.

Classic Jaguar

The new normal

SIR STIRLING MOSS, 1929-2020

GET YOUR FIX!

SHOWS AND SHOOTS

‘OPEN FOR BUSINESS’ SAY SPECIALISTS

PRODUCT NEWS • We catch up with the latest must-have products and accessories aimed at today’s classic Jaguar owner

LIFELONG YEARNING • There’s far more to this superbly upgraded E-Type Series III than its brand new ex-factory 6.0-litre V12 powerplant, as proud owner Barry Coupe explains

FAMILY CONNECTION

MARKET WATCH • In this regular section, we take a look at some of the most tempting cars for sale and report on others that have sold – from affordable classics through to premium-priced gems

YOUR SHOUT • Got something to say about anything Jaguar-related? Then we want to hear it!

DAIMLER 2½ LITRE V8 • With its combination of Mk2-based looks and glorious V8 engine, it’s easy to see the appeal of this compact Daimler saloon – but what are the pitfalls when buying?

STAYING POWER • With an extended career that saw great change at Jaguar, the XJ-S went from uncertain beginnings to much-deserved triumph in later life, as Paul Wager explains

AJ16 ARRIVAL

ROAD AND TRACK

ALL-WHEEL DRIVE

NOT THE F-TYPE

DID YOU KNOW?

PRESERVING THE PAST • Rob Hawkins heads to Yorkshire to sample an XK120 that was raced in the USA – a remarkably (and appealingly) unrestored car with a fascinating history

Automobilia MOTOR SPORT ARTEFACTS • Following last issue’s study of Le Mans automobilia from the 1950s, Ian Cooling takes a look at the collectables relating to other Jaguar competition from the same decade

SOFT-TOP SENSATION • We take a trip to Denmark to sample an Avon-built XJ-C, the two-door coupé that was skilfully transformed into an aesthetically and dynamically rewarding convertible

SCREEN TIME! • With some of the most famous Jaguars in the world having enjoyed their best moments in front of the camera, Craig Cheetham reveals his favourite Browns Lane screen icons

BALL-JOINT UPGRADE • Rob Hawkins explains how to put an end to shimmingup and pumping grease into your Jaguar’s suspension ball-joints by upgrading to modern sealed units

SUBSCRIBE TODAY • ON THESE SPECIAL OFFERS

FROM THE ARCHIVES • Paul Guinness delves into his archives of period adverts and brochures to bring you this eclectic collection of Jaguar classics

CATCH-UP TIME! • If you’ve missed out on some of the previous issues of Classic Jaguar, don’t worry – it couldn’t be easier to grab some of our great back issues. We even offer free postage to UK residents and reduced shipping overseas. Check out the sample list below and then head online to:

PAUL GUINNESS • Our editor rediscovers a road test of the Jaguar MkVIII, a saloon that managed to impress the editorial team behind this Swiss-published annual title


Expand title description text