Jaguar Jamboree 2017

Sunday, June 25th, 2017, Featured a Smokin’ BBQ Luncheon, Tours & Presentations, Awards & Trophies, Raffle Prizes, Live Jazz Music, as well as LOTS of FUN!

Monterey 2017

by Paul McNabb Photography by Julia Yelvington I headed to the Monterey peninsula for the 12th time in the last 13 years, this time with my grand-daughter handling photographic duties. We visited four auctions, the vintage racing at Laguna Seca, the Tour d’Elegance and of course the big show, the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Here
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Did everyone see the E-PACE Barrel Roll?

Jaguar F-Type “Simulator” By now we all know that Jaguar is not shy about producing flashy, in your face, promotional material and events.  So here’s another, less publicized, example of knock your socks off creative marketing: http://www.chonday.com/Videos/jagufacar3

JAGS TAKE 3 OF 5 AWARDS AT BRITISH CAR SHOW!

Good Morning, I want to thank all of you for joining us at the British Car Show this past Saturday. We had a great turn out and great responses from everyone and we hope you enjoyed your time. Thank you so much to the band – OC British Invaders – for keeping us entertained throughout
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MUCKENTHALER

Champion Class C2/120 Marco De La Barrera 1951 XK 120 1st place 99.05 C3/140 Bob and Diane Detro 1955 XK140 1st place 99.75 C4/150 David and Pattie Reed 1959 XK150 1st place 99.89 C4/150 Steve Kirby 1958 XK150 2nd place 99.59 C5/E1 Ken Laymon 1965 E-Type 1st place 99.90 C5/E1 Tom Krefetz 1966 E-Type 2nd
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AUCTION SPOTLIGHT 1964 E-type OTS at Mecum Monterey 2017

This 1964 E-Type has just completed a Show/Driver level restoration by Jaguar professionals at Classic Showcase. The XKE has been rotisserie-restored, and has received a new finish of Gunmetal Grey, complimented with a perfectly fit Red leather interior and convertible top done in the proper and correct materials by our upholstery department. The E-Type was
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HISTORIAN’S CORNER – COLORS AND ICONS

By Gene Cohen, club historian A paint color known to just about every auto buff is British Racing Green. This storied color goes back to the very early days of international racing, 1902. International racing at that time had strict rules regarding the components, drivers and colors of the racing cars. The cars had to made
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