CATEGORIES

The Old Way

With manufacture of the X351 XJ now finished, the F-TYPE takes over the mantle of Jaguar’s oldest production model. To discover more about the continuing allure of this six-year-old sports car, we drive a 380PS V6 convertible from Lincoln to Bath on the UK’s oldest road, the Fosse Way

8 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
January 2020

Saving Jaguar

On the brink of the abyss in the early Eighties, Jaguar saw its fortunes turned around by a new chairman, John Egan. We meet up with him at the Jaguar Heritage Trust at Gaydon to talk about his strategies for the company’s recovery

10+ mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
January 2020

Jim Patten

The good old days

1 min read
Jaguar World Monthly
March 2018

Dressing The Bonnet

With the bonnet now fitted to our E-type, we adorn it with lights

2 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
March 2018

2003 XJ8 4.2 Sport

A heavy schedule sees Paul using the Project XJ8 to drive to photoshoots all over the country. But is the car reliable?

4 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
March 2018

Power Play

Forget handmade limousines – today’s luxury saloons are smaller and more economical, and while they don’t come with a chauffeur, they do offer a high level of specification. We check out the XF Portfolio

3 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
March 2018

Finishing Lines

Bobby Unser, Pikes Peak, 1958

3 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
March 2018

1966 E-type FHC; 1966 OTS

Jim is pleased to see the fixedhead coupe arrive homewith its bonnet fitted, while the open car goes into hibernation

3 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
March 2018

Taking Control

After years learning his trade, Colin James felt it was time to establish his own business. We visit his workshop near Wakefield to learn more

4 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
March 2018

Richard Bremner

Miniature dreams

2 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
March 2018

Your Jaguar

2007 XKR COUPE, 2007 XK COUPE, 2009 XK60 COUPE, 2012 XKR CONVERTIBLE AND 2013 XKR-S COUPE - Stuart shares with us his amazing collection of XKs, some wrapped in racing liveries

2 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
December 2017

Time Warp

Carcoon will be 25 years old in 2018, so we meet the people behind the scenes to discover how the bubble idea came about

5 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
December 2017

Richard Bremner

Internet bargains

3 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
December 2017

Keith Helfet

Retro designs

2 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
December 2017

Jim Patten

MOT exemption

1 min read
Jaguar World Monthly
December 2017

Fitting The Seats

At last, MCT Restorations finishes and fits the new seats to complete the interior of our upgraded project E-type

2 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
December 2017

Alan Hill

The chief product engineer for the XF Sportbrake talks about his career, including overseeing the current XJ and his youthful exuberance in an XJ-S

2 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
December 2017

2003 XJ8 4.2 Sport

With the XJ8mechanically sorted, Paul puts the car into active service, driving it to several photoshoots, and even tomeet an exotic Italian thoroughbred

3 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
December 2017

1984 XJ6 Series 3 4.2 Sovereign

Iain relays the joys and disappointments of buying an XJ6 Series 3 project car for our sister title, Classics Monthly

4 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
December 2017

1966 E-Type Fixed Head Coupe

After a struggle, the screen is finally fitted to Jim’s fixedhead E-type, as is a new screen wash bottle

2 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
December 2017

Delivering Power

This X350 once used to transfer important people to Government meetings on Gibraltar, and its presence didn’t go unnoticed

5 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
November 2017

Craft Work

Thanks to the high quality of its work, Jules Bodycraft has become one of the UK’s leading Jaguar restorers. We head to its Wolverhampton premises to find out more

3 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
November 2017

Bloom And Grow

Kept in storage for 27 years, this standard XK 120 has been restored over time and is now regularly seen on European roads

7 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
November 2017

2000 XK8 4.0

Paul drives his now-repaired XK8 to Hampton Court Palace for the 2017 Jaguar Trophy, where he receives an unexpected personal reward

3 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
November 2017

1995 XJ6 3.2 Sport

Finally too hot for comfort, Craig looks into why his XJ6’s air conditioning unit won’t hold gas

2 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
November 2017

Hyperdrive

Hyper Transformations produced only three of its big-winged Mk 3 XJ-S-based specials. We drive the second all-steel prototype to see if it’s as good as its more illustrious – and expensive – rivals

8 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
November 2017

Mike Cross

Jaguar’s chief engineer for vehicle integrity talks to us about his long career at the company, what it takes to develop a car, and his favourite model

2 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
November 2017

Days Of Thunder

We Join Five Historically Important D-types for a Once-in-a-lifetime, Two-day Tour to Celebrate Jaguar's Success at Le Mans in 1957

10+ mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
November 2017

Missed Opportunity

Jaguar did not produce an estate version of the XJ6 Series 3 despite the obvious market for one, so Ladbrooke-Avon’s conversion should have been successful. What went wrong?

4 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
November 2017

1966 E-Type Open Two-Seater And 1966 Fixed Head Coupe

It’s show time for the open E-type as Jim and his wife head to Essex for CL Classics’ fundraising classic car event

2 mins read
Jaguar World Monthly
November 2017

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