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AUGUST 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 XJ12
The X300 was the only generation of XJ to have the option of the V12 and a supercharged engine. We compare these two seemingly similar saloons back to back and explain their differences

Lightweight E-type replica
The LWR E-type was one of the first Lightweight evocations. We drive a pristine example that's barely turned wheel since its completion 26 years ago

SIXTY YEARS OF THE D-TYPE
Part two of our comprehensive history of the D-type, explaining how the car was developed into one of the greatest Le Mans winners ever

F-TYPE Project 7
When the F-TYPE based Project 7 concept was unveiled in 2013 Jaguar had no plans to put it into production. One year later that’s changed

XJ12 coupe
An XJ12 coupe with a performance suspension package to improve its handling

Concept Eight
The X350-based Concept Eight previewed many of the design ideas and materials we see on today's Jaguars. Ten years after its debut we explain the car's significance

XF to Le Mans
To remind ourselves how great the XF saloon is we drive a 3.0 S with 275PS to Le Mans for this year's 24-hour endurance race

XJ-S Le Mans
To celebrate its seventh victory at Le Mans in 1990 Jaguar produced a limited edition XJ-S V12 coupe named after the famous French race

 

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Our Jaguars
Paul Walton compares his S-TYPE 2.7 with its modern equivalent while Phil uses his S-TYPE R for some long journeys and Jim is finally back in his open E-type

Q&As
An E-type with unenthusiastic boot lid hinge springs and an X308 that stops

Gearbox
An improved air-conditioning compressor for older Jaguars and an E-type oil cooler

Classic Workshop
Assessing a unique prototype, the XK 120 coupe from the 1951 Geneva Motor Show

MODERN WORKSHOP
How to fix some of the common rear suspension problems most modern Jaguars can suffer from

Specialist
We visit the Hampshire based restoration specialist New Forest Classic Cars

Concise buying guide
Everything you need to know for buying the great value X100-generation of XK coupe

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News

EVENTS
Jaguar Enthusiasts' Club's 30th anniversary meeting and the 2014 Cultra Hillclimb

Motorsport
The Donington Park round of the JEC's XK race series and the Saloon and GT championship moves to Brands Hatch

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Paul Skilleter

Jim Patten

Keith Helfet

Next month

Finishing Lines
Driving the works C-types to Le Mans

 

MARKETPLACE 

AUCTION ACTION
A 1960 XK 150S coupe sells for an extraordinary £131,040

Driving our ads
We drive a 1986 XJ12 S3 Sovereign

Index of cars for sale / Classified coupon 

JWM free ads

 

 

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