Gallery of attending Jaguars you can expect to see at our 2020 event.

If you are attending our event, and are happy for a picture of your pride and joy to be shared, please email an image to and we will add your Jaguar in.

001 – Steve Sheldon

My 2007 S-Type 2.7TD SE in Slate Grey

002 – Brendon Kavanagh

I bought my XK8 on eBay at 72k miles (I did forget to tell my wife I was doing this and also that it was being funded by the sale of her Nissan). Mechanically fine but with poor bodywork, the car was refurbished locally in 2018 and is my much loved runabout.

005 – Andrew Burridge

(2016) The oldest known surviving F-Type Prototype with manual transmission

006 – Our Event Patron – Frank Woodford MBE

I would like to present you all with “Etti”
Well OK she’s not quite a Jaguar but I was thinking of putting a leaper on the nose… Honest. 😃
Bell 206 Jet Ranger
Just a fraction over 12 metres in length so a little difficult to get into one’s garage..
She’s quite capable of around 130 to 150mph and laughs at vehicles stuck in traffic below… 😃
Unfortunately loves to drink Jet fuel at around 28 gallons per hour.. But in return she will give you a range of around 400 miles.

007 – Martyn & Karen East

2006 XK 4.2 zircon blue with F type wheels and adamesh exhaust + 2

008 – Phil Norton


10 – David Swaine

Jaguar STR T200DMP (2003) 10% powerhouse pulley upgrade, Caldoofy stainless intake pipe, KnN air filter, NGK Iridium race spec plugs, Adamesh cat-back exhausts, galvanised outer sills,

011 – George Boardman

First registered Apr 16, MY17 build, 2.0L D, Portfolio. AKA “Jenny”

012 – Roy Watts

2000 XKR

013 – Scott Parks

My third Jaguar: F-Type V8-S, finished in Jaguar Ultimate Black with a red leather interior and matching red roof. The pops and bangs of the V8 never fail to raise a smile!

014 – Mark Lambourne


015 – David Ruler

2006 XK Convertible

016 – Peter Simpson


018 – Kevin Greenwell

XK8 1997 in Antigua Blue metallic.
Totally original, Saturn wheels with pirelli P Zero’s. Original engine. 120k miles

019 – Malcolm Till

S Type V8 4.2 2005

020 – Lee Chitticks

Jaguar 2004 STR. Owned for 15 years and just 42,000 miles!

021 – Chris Jeffrey

2014 XFR-S – One of only 61 ever built!

022 – John Jackson

2017 F-Pace 3.0 Supercharged

023 – Gary Woodhams

2013 XJL 3.0D Portfolio

024 – Anthony O’Hare

2014 XK Signature

025 – Mick Patrick

1995 XJR

026 – Grant Cambridge

2011 XKR with a Spires stage 3 active exhaust

027 – Paul Johnson

Type S 2016 Manual

028 – Neal Simpson

She is a 14 plate black edition 3.0ltr v6 portfolio s diesel and she’s my daily driver.
Her name is Purdey and she’s named after my favourite avengers girl.

030 – Alex Bruce

2004 XJ8 3.6 in Platinum Silver

031 – James Spall

2002 X-Type SE 3.0 I have changed the interior from grey all the way through to a mix of black and grey and carbon effect. It’s not finished yet though.
I’ve also had the suspension lowered using Eibach springs and Bilstein B4 shock absorbers and added a boot spoiler from an XS model.

032 – Alan Richell

1990 XJR-S built by Jaguar Sport, the 50/50 JV between Jaguar and Tom Walkinshaw, at TWR’s Bloxham facility. The car has been fully restored at marque specialists KWE including appropriate upgrades to engine exhaust suspension and brakes. It featured in a Jaguar World magazine restoration special in December 2018, and this photograph was taken at the Classic Motor Hub near Bibury in the Cotswolds

033 – Jimbo Bradford

2014 XFR-S Sportbrake (modified)
The current spec is as follows:
35mm Lower Uprated Springs – Custom 200 Plate Sports Catalytic Converters – Custom Sports Stainless Steel Exhaust System – Uprated Charge Cooler – Stainless Steel Lower Crank Charger Pulley – Stainless Larger Upper Charger Pulley – K&N Free Flow Air Filters – Modified induction routing – NGK Iridium Race Plugs – Viezu Custom ECU Stage 2 Remap – BCS Automotive Brake Refurb & Upgrade – Cooling Mist Stage 1 Methanol injection

Power – 648bhp Torque – 939Nm 0 – 60mph = 3.9seconds Top Speed 200mph+

035 – Wayne Turk

2.0 Litre P300 F-Type with just 3,500 miles on the clock

037 – Stephen Haynes

2008 Jaguar XF Premium Luxury 2.7. She has covered almost 130k miles and has various mods including the aero body kit, quad exhausts and recovered steering wheel.

038 – Eric Randall

2018 F-Type SVR

039 – Lee Kempton

2004 XJ350 XRJ

040 – Alan Smith

2007 S-Type R

041 – Andy Gibbs

Only just delivered – my Project 8

042 – Jan Gibbs

Project 7 – say no more 🙂

043 – Steve Hallam

1966 S-Type

044 – David Harding

My Jaguar XKR Convertable 5ltr. supercharged in Itailian Racing Red. 2012 with 2013 spec. One of the last XKR convertables, I have owned it for over 4 years and as numerous extras including black speed pack.

046 – Stuart Dodman

1993 XJ40 3.2litre in Moroccoo Red, called Marvin

047 – Darren Mcleod

1998 Jaguar XJ8 3.2 V8. I have owned it for about 9 years

048 – Roger Grote

2008 XKR with just 70,000 miles on her. A few mods, got rid of the orange bulbs, Black sprayed front grilles and paint modified bonnet vents,Wheels powder coated with rim bolts polished and the centres painted red. Black painted brake calipers

049 – Roger Richards

My first experience of Jaguar ownership. This is a 2000 XK8, completely standard & original, with the exception of the wheels.

050 – Howard Webb

2018 F-Pace. This is my beast. It is a 3ltr tdi S spec. As you can see from the image it’s used to tow my caravan, this is the reason for having a diesel

051 – Richard Morgan

2007 Jaguar XK 4.2 Convertible

052 – Mark Rayner

This is my XF 3.0 TDV6 Premium Luxury. I bought it in March of this year. My first ever Jaguar.

053 – Robert Parker

1995 SWB XJ12 in Kingfisher Blue which has done 88k miles and is factory standard throughout.

054 – Mark Duffell

2004 XJR

055 – Andrew Martin

It’s a V8S, Salsa red with the black pack and ivory seats. It took us ages to find but we were fairly particular about what we wanted. We have come from a long line of TVRs and Lotus, an F Type has been on our wish list for ages.

057 – Nigel Milk

I got my XKR last Feb, and in my eyes she’s a beauty! A 2011 model with the Dynamic Speed and Black pack, just 28k on the clock, and still looks like new with only very minor signs of age.

058 – Ian Yates

My 1967 Jaguar. The car has never been restored, only repaired and maintained. It was re-painted about five years ago, but all the chrome is original, and the interior has never been touched.

059 – Raymond Oliver

1970 Series 2 E Type FHC, original RHD delivered to Ingatestone Essex. Upgraded suspension and brakes. Spent a number of years in California where it remained RHD.

060 – Paul Hewett

She is a 2008 X150 XKR 50K on the clock with full caramel interior, adaptive cruise, black setanta wheels plus a couple of performance modifications.

061 – Kat Collins

2015, 65 xfrs

062 – Victor Griffin

2007 XK 4.2 Coupe

063 – Martin Reynolds

My car is a 1959 Jaguar XK150 DHC. The car is a non matching numbers XK and was originally black when it left the factory. The car spent about thirty years in Australia and was bought by Twyford Moors at an auction there in 2018. They shipped it back to the UK where they did a lot of suspension work etc. I bought it last April from Twyford Moors following the suspension work. I don’t know much of the history about the car although it does feature in the Elmgreen/Mcgrath book about the XK in Australia!

064 – Phil Roberts

I have owned my 2014 FType V6S for a year, first service on Friday. No problems or issues and loved every minute. Only drive her with exhaust valve open, fun button and flappy paddles engaged.

067 – Neil Palmer

My 2015 Jaguar 3.0 XFS Portfolio, Ultimate Black, Ivory Leather, Black Pack

068 – Adam Haigh

My 2008 X358 XJR, I believe it’s in Frost Blue, but with the Black XJR dash and steering wheel swapped back to the standard colour by the factory. The only hint of it being the R is the black gear knob.

069 – Glenn May

A stock (for now!) 2003 STR in Jag Racing Green – the racehorse to go with my 2003 V8 workhorse

070 – Neill Butcher

2015 Jaguar XFR-S with 56k on the clock. Bought 18 months old with 2600 on the clock ( so barely used). Seen here on the Grossglockner in Austria a couple of years ago.

072 – John Burke

073 – John Chenery

It’s a MY16 F-Type R, I’m the 2nd owner, every option (1st owner must have had a rush of blood and ticked all the options boxes!), lovely alcantara/suede interior

075 – Andy & Carole Walters

2012 XF Sportsbrake 2.2D

076 – Doug Warren

2005 XK8 Convertible. As featured in the February edition of “Modern Classics” magazine, page 82.

077 – Phil Butcher

2003 XJ Super V8 SWB. Pacific blue with piped Sand leather. Full history including original purchase invoice. Has a sunroof

078 – John Spence

2017 F-Type, British Design Edition in blue (they only came in red, white or blue!). Pictured here on the Trundle at Goodwood.

079 – Alan Mobbs

A well-travelled car under my ownership – 85k+ miles over three continents.
My Jaguar Mark IX. This car left the Jaguar factory in Browns Lane, Coventry in June 1959 and was sold, via a dealer in Halifax to its first owner who kept it until 1988. The second owner “rescued” the vehicle and arranged for extensive bodywork restoration to be carried out over three years and sold it to me in June 1994.
“Vital Statistics”: 3.8 litre, six cylinder Jaguar “XK” engine with 8:1 compression ratio and 220 bhp at 5,500 rpm. Gearbox: Automatic 3-speed Borg Warner DG. Brakes: Discs all round (replaced in 1995 with modern Jaguar callipers and vented discs on front with dual-circuit hydraulics).

081 – Tony Sheldon

The D Type is replica built in 2002. Only 12 built for a race series. It is as close as you can get to and original

081 – Tony Sheldon

My Project 8 is September 2018 complete with the track pack and special colour.

082 – Richard Carrison

photo of our 1966 Mk2

083 – Martyn Calder

Jaguar XK 5.0 Portfolio Convertible
Year 2010
Indigo Blue Pearl with Ivory leather

085 – Mark Gibbs

XE 25t R-Sport 2019 in Caesium Blue

090 – Ian Croxson

2013 Jaguar XK Base 5.0L. Mileage 33,000
Colour -British Racing Green

091 – Alison & Paul Couchman

This is our Jaguar XF 3.0 ltr sport (2016) ‘66’. It’s fully loaded and it’s our pride and joy. This picture is from just before we bought a private plate.

092 – Steve Taylor

2003 v8 4.2 XJ Sport saloon finished in Pacific Blue with Ivory leather. The car is my daily drive. It has never let me down, and is a pleasure to own and drive.

094 – Steven Watts

My F type, 3.0 V6 340hp chequered flag edition in Carpathian grey

095 – Ian Davis

Here’s my 2016 XF 3.0d S in ultimate black, I just collected it last week. Done a few bits to it already, mainly interior enhancements (illuminated treadplates, aluminium paddles and luxury mats). This was taken when I collected it.
Fitted black pack since then too.

096 – Roger Phelon

Our first Jaguar is a 2020 F Type 340 first registered end of January by Jaguar Cambridge, we purchased it from them as the first private owner, in mid March just before lockdown so didn’t have much chance to drive it for the first few weeks, which was very frustrating!!

097 – Kevin Viney

Azure Blue E-Type V12 Roadster 1973 manual

098 – Graham Fry

Supplied by Stratstone Jaguar Birmingham in March 2005, 3 0wners, Current owner since June 2005, 51,000 miles.
Full Jaguar service history. Currently maintained by Jagtechnic of Eastbourne

099 – Angus Aylward

101 – Chris Edwards

1972 E-Type Series 3