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!
Norman Dewis Collection Sells Well at Auction
Ian Cooling reports that the collection of Norman Dewis performed unexpectedly well in his Spring auction last month.
Bids were received from a wide range of people across the world. Many were people who had worked with Norman or met him as he travelled the world in his retirement role as a Jaguar brand ambassador. All this respect and affection undoubtedly fed into the bids that came through, sending some of them two or even three times over top estimate.
Hidden away on a plain characterless A road in North Somerset is a family business that is making its mark, not only in car repairs and sales, but more importantly within Jaguar Racing circles. The only sign of the operation from the road [at the time of writing this] is an ageing E-Type Bonnet with Swallows Jaguar sign-written on it. However, behind the sign is a business that many trust, and many follow closely when they hit the track. At the helm Father & Son team Gary and Tom Robinson, we spent an afternoon with them to find out a little more.