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DECEMBER ISSUE - OUT NOW

Jaguar World Monthly has its origins in Jaguar Quarterly, launched in 1988, and to this day still delivers the best roundup of Jaguar news and features available on the news stands. With buying and maintenance advice covering all ages of Jaguar, the magazine is an essential resource for prospective buyers or owners of Jaguars alike.

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XJR VS XJR
How does the first V8-engined XJR compare with the current generation? We get a 370bhp X308 and a 543bhp X351 together to find out

COOMBS MK 2 AND XFR-S
The Coombs Mk 2 was the first extremely modified Jaguar saloon. We drive one alongside its distant relative, the totally bonkers XFR-S

IAN CALLUM INTERVIEW
It’s 15 years since Ian Callum joined Jaguar. We talk to him about the cars designed during his tenure as studio director

LISTER MK III XJ-S CABRIOLET
With it costing more than a Ferrari when new, it’s thought this is the sole Lister Mk III to have been based on an XJ-S Cabriolet

S.S. 2
Despite a rollercoaster of a restoration, this rare S.S. 2 saloon has been finally put back onto the road

MODIFYING E-TYPE SUPPLEMENT
From modern gearboxes to totally re-engineered cars, modifying E-types is becoming common practice. In this special supplement we explore the options available, the practicalities and who to contact

MARTIN BRUNDLE’S E-TYPE
Racing driver turned commentator Martin Brundle worked closely with modifying specialist Eagle to create his ultimate E-type. And we’ve been given special permission to drive it

 

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Our Jaguars
Gail Hill enjoys some thrills and spills during the last few races of the season in her XJ40 and Paul has a new radiator fan fitted

Your Jaguar
Chris Haynes explains why he now views his 2005 X-TYPE Estate as a genuine Jaguar

Modern workshop
A guide for servicing the XF 3.0-litre petrol

Q&A
An S-TYPE with a parking brake problem, a whining XK8 and problems after replacing Mk 2 door rubbers

Classic workshop
Stripping the diff’ of our E-type Coupe project car

Gearbox
Jaguar launches a detailed model of the 1957 Le Mans’ winning D-type and we review a torch that sits on your spanner

Specialist
This month we visit the Derbyshire-based specialists, WATJAG Ltd

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News

Motorsport
The end of season Norman Dewis Trophy race at Castle Combe

Events
The International Jaguar Spares Day at Stoneleigh and an XJ40 gathering

Mailbox

Paul Skilleter

Jim Patten

Keith Helfet

Next month

Finishing Lines
S.S.’ successful five-car entry on the 1934 Alpine Rally

 

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Driving our ads
We test a 1989 XJ-S 5.3-litre V12 Convertible

Index of cars for sale / Classified coupon 

JWM free ads

 

 

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