This month Martin Joyce talks about Refinement and how Jaguar go about eliminating Noise, Vibration and Harshness from their cars. Howard Hunt looks back at the press launch of the X-type, Andy Couper of Lockton Performance defines Agreed Value and Rex Wallis remembers a trip to the Outback in a 1933 SS1
I don’t think anyone would argue that the vast majority of Jaguar owners are in their later years, so when someone young shows an interest in Jaguar, we all quite rightly sit up and pay attention.
While assisting Nigel Webb with plans for his last Mark 1 Day in 2019 I was contacted via email by a young man who lives in Australia. He told me that he owned a Mark 1 Jaguar and was therefore keen to travel to the UK for Mark 1 Day. His only regret was that he could not afford to have his Mark 1 shipped to the UK for the event.
It’s been a busy month at Xclusively Jaguar! At last we had some shows to attend, the first being the Jaguar Breakfast Club meeting on 2nd April, which was dedicated to the XJ40 and is reported on in this months issue, along with a plethora of other fantastic articles, including:
> Racing updates from Swallows Racing
> A return of the Jaguar Blue Lights – this time looking at Jaguar Fire Tenders
> Part 3 of “Where the XJS Rusts and Why”
> Jaguar D-Type XKD601 Tribute Car
And so much more! Read this months issue here!