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Jaguar World 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.



F-TYPE AWD & E-type

How many seconds is 50 years of progress worth? Find out as we pit a 1965 E-type 4.2 against a new F-TYPE V6 S AWD at Shelsley Walsh, the world’s oldest motorsport venue

XJ41 & XJ220

The F-TYPE might be the first production Jaguar sports car to have all-wheel drive, but it’s not the first time that the company investigated the system. Meet the original XJ220 concept and the XJ41 AWD

Hill Climb E-type

In 1964, Bob Millstein bought an E-type that he immediately took racing, including at the Mt Equinox Hill Climb in Vermont. Following a major restoration, car and driver are back – 50 years later

One-owner Mk X

Despite instructions for this low-mileage Mk X to be thrown off a Gibraltar cliff, the car survived. We follow its amazing history

C-type replica

Searching for a car to replace his South Asian adventures, find out why Duncan Baker decided on the Classic Jaguar Replica Heritage C-type


Discover how this amazing S.S.1 has been in the same family for most of its life

XJ40 S

Following improvements in the XJ40’s production, was the S model the best version of this often-troublesome saloon?

History of Jaguar

Part four of our extensive look at Jaguar’s history covers the Nineties and the early part of Ford’s ownership of the company


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Our Jaguars

Jim and Richard reflect on their classic cars, and Paul finds his XK8 coupe even cooler

Your Jaguar

Rick Sparks explains why he bought his X100-generation of XK8 convertible

Modern workshop

Fixing the many common problems that can cause an X-TYPE to rattle at the rear


What to do if your XK8 headlights are stuck in low beam, or your X-TYPE diesel suffers a loss in power

Classic workshop

Rebuilding the rack-and-pinion steering rack of our modified E-type coupe


We look at a new car seat for touring and new seat runners for the classic XK range


Discover more about the Leeds-based Jaguar specialist Tasker & Lacey


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Jim Patten

Richard Bremner

Keith Helfet

Next month

Paul Skilleter's Finishing Lines




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