The Actual, Incredible, Poppy Blossom Tour Of April 9, 2017

By Creig Turner  What an awesome sight to behold, nine gorgeous Jaguars and one hideous Chrysler (with a 900 HP hemi under its hood, we were told) lining the street in front of my house on a beautiful Sunday morning just a few weeks ago. The mighty Jags were panting and ready to begin the more


The semi-annual Meet held its Spring session on Saturday, April 22 in Lake Forest. Unlike the Fall Meet, where everyone arrives in the dark, this time there was plenty of light to set up. We had a good number of sellers, both professional and individuals from as far away as Oregon and San Diego. Buyer more


The following day, Sunday the 23rd, the annual Queen’s English Car Show was held at Woodley Park in Van Nuys. After a brutally hot Saturday, things cooled off a bit on Sunday but the shade was still welcome. As always, this event draws the numbers. In all over sixty (60!) Jags were on the field more


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 more


Jaguar Fever,  The story behind Ken Laymon’s stunning 1965 Etype FHC (Part II) After completion drive train, the time had come to fix the rebar holes, it was not until this time that I discovered that my car was a rust bucket, beauty was really only skin deep! I decided to send it out for more

La Jolla Concourse

by Charley Anton The drive down to La Jolla was typical. It took about two hours and took in some ocean scenery.  We arrived to La Jolla Cove Suites just in time to get the last two spots for me. Dominic showed up just behind in his Jaguar E-type V-12 to get the last covered more

Jaguar E-Type destroys AC Cobras at Goodwood Revival

JD Classics’ ace Chris Ward gets off to a bad start in the Goodwood Revival’s RAC TT Celebration in the low-drag Jaguar E-Type before eating up the opposition.  Ten minutes of great fun.

A Word from the President

Spring is finally here with its sense of rebirth and new growth. Our first event of this Spring, just completed, was a trip to The Antelope Valley Poppy Reserve. The weather was good to us, with more than ample rain, followed on Sunday by bright but not brilliant sun providing for most Poppies to open more

Lane Victory Ship Tour Gives Us A Workout!

On March 19 about twenty Members assembled to tour the Victory Ship “Lane” in San Pedro Harbor. Even before we got onboard the fireworks started. We were assembling in the parking lot when a group of about twenty hot cars and motorcycles steamed in, with the San Pedro Police hot on their tails. Seems there more


By Mike Scroggie, President, Austin Healey Club of SoCal On March 11th and 12th, the Club returned to Dana Point for the 46th annual Festival of Whales. There, we had a two-day car show called the “British Invasion”. The JOC, along with the Austin Healey Club of SoCal, invited other British cars to attend, including more