A Jaguar Global Fraternity for XK120/140/150/E-TYPE/SALOON Owners
A wonderful 1 HOUR Special with Martin Brundle.
Martin Brundle drives many different supercars which include the McLaren F1, Ferrari F40, F50, F60, Pagani Zonda S, Bugatti EB110, Jaguar XJ220, TVR T440R, Lamborghini Diablo GT, and a Koenigsegg CC8S.…Continue
Added by Rafe Saber on August 19, 2013 at 9:42am — No Comments
I'm putting this car together in France and need sourges for parts, preferably in U.K. Thanks
I don't know if I am talking to Urs Schmid himself now but I'll ask you my question anyway.
I have a XK120 1952 2953. I'm restoring it and I'm looking for a doorrubber.
In the book Jaguar XK120 by Urs Schmid on page 127 picture nr. 1 and the ordernumber is BD.2012.
I've been looking everywhere on the internet and phoning people all over the world. Nobody knows where I can purchase this foamrubber.
Could anyone help me?
Added by Rafe Saber on May 2, 2013 at 2:00pm — No Comments
Please note my own XK 150 fixhead coupe S.E. 3,8l blue head to complete your lists. The car ist just near completion to take the road in may. ( This year) I have just renewed wirings, ancillaries, with a view to keep the car with all his patina since this car has been maintained years after years. Genuine colors are sherwood green with suede hide . Seats has been renewed with Connolly leather naturally. The car is registered with all matching numbers by Jaguar's Heritage. It's a rare 3,8l…Continue
Added by Philippe BALLAND on April 26, 2013 at 8:53am — No Comments
I share with you pictures of my dad's Jaguar. He bought it in the mid 70's and restored it. However, it was unfortunatelly not very well taken care of and was left quite exposed to the elements. It ended up needing a second restoration which is now in progress.
It is a XK120 Modified Coupé, with serial number S680098 and engine W6120-9S.…
Added by Manuel Fonticoba on April 16, 2013 at 11:14am — No Comments
I am looking for a good engine machine ship in the mid-Atlantic area of the USA. I need: bore-honing, valve guide K lining, valve seat replacement and some minor water jacket weld up and machining on the head. Can anyone give me a pointer please,
Added by Michael Gladwin on December 27, 2012 at 8:49pm — No Comments
Jaguar are recalling XF models for vehicles for the replacement of the fuel tank & fuel outlet flange. Click and download the document below to see if your car is one of them.Continue
Added by Rafe Saber on November 10, 2012 at 1:33pm — No Comments
THE JAGUAR SOCIAL NETWORK WEBSITE are very proud to announce the creation of the world's first application on Facebook for Jag Lovers of Classic Jaguars. It is a Compass that helps you navigate the wonderful world of Classic Jaguars. Tons of information on XK 120, XK 140, 150, E-Types and Mark II, Mark V, Mark VII Saloons etc.
If you are a Facebook User click on the photo below to start using it right away.…Continue
Added by Rafe Saber on June 30, 2012 at 9:00pm — No Comments
Note: Early E-Types and Mark 10s had submerged fuel pumps inside the gas tanks. Later E-Types were equipped with external SU pumps similar to the above.
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Members of The Jaguar Social Network can win FREE prizes of 200 Milli-Liter bottles of 12 Year Old Chivas Regal Scotch Whisky as the one shown on the left. (NOTE: By comparison a…Continue
Added by Rafe Saber on May 14, 2012 at 4:00pm — No Comments
And thanks for the links. I have a hard copy manual but the electronic version will be handy. I will take your advice and ask a few people to be friends as although my XK has been restored in the 90's it still needs work done to the suspension involving replacing bushes, etc amongst other things. I have a plan of attack from the book but if I strike any complications it will be good to ask someone with experience.
Added by Ken Trethewey on April 23, 2012 at 4:59am — No Comments
I have been advised that joining this network is the best way to seek help and advice in maintaining and finishing my new XK140. The car had a body off full restoration in the mid 90's and has since done about 29,500 miles. whilst it has been well maintained and had continual work on it it will still need quite a few small things done to it over the coming months, new dust boots to the steering ball joints, new choke cable, the timber work around the windows re veneered and fitted, etc.…Continue
The blog site Jag Cafe is up and running again after being down for close to a year. It is a very informative when I was rebuilding my E in 07.
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We aint kidding. Out of the hundreds that we see, this Blog post is amongst the very best we've come across. Their Blog Post is titled “Gorgeous Vintage Car Illustrations : A trip down the memory lane”. Check out their # 20 super rare Jaguar entry of the 1978 Jaguar XJ Spider by Pininfarina. So without further ado click on the image below to be taken from OUR Blog to THEIR Blog for "a trip down memory lane" on US.…Continue
Added by Rafe Saber on December 27, 2011 at 8:10pm — No Comments
Another one of our Time Machine trips going back to November 1951. A brilliant article in Popular Science with complete working drawings on how to build a model Jaguar XK 120 Roadster out of WOOD. Just click on the link below and use the Google arrows to turn the pages.…Continue
Added by Rafe Saber on December 27, 2011 at 10:00am — No Comments