Gallery of attending Jaguars you can expect to see at our May 28th 2023 Event

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003 – Neil Palmer
F-Type 400 Sport Limited Edition I Found this about year ago barely used with only 1250 recorded miles,

007 – David Williams a.k.a RatCat
1994 XJR6 “RatcCat”, bought 5 years ago initially for using her for long distance, high speed charity events around mainland Europe. She’s been welcomed by most Jag people and is a talking point at the events we attend. Love her for what she is, not what she isn’t .👍

008 – Sean Warrington
Upgraded interior and exterior lighting. 18” Abaco wheels.  Mesh upper and lower grills. Rear spoiler.  All original or upgraded Jaguar parts.

009 – John Phillips
Have owned the Jaguar for a while now and very pleased with my purchase. She was last years winner of the Scratchshield Best Turned Out Jaguar 2022.

010 – Rob Parker
A little about my Jaguar

011 – Steve Cooper
I purchased my XJ6 in October 2021. It\’s my 3rd Jag following an X Type then S Type. It\’s a 3.0 V6 SE & was originally a demo car for Marshalls of Peterborough. As a result it has an extensive range of extras included (around £6.5k worth).

012 – John Mcdonald
2006 S-Type 2.7 silver with dove grey leather interior 148000 ml still smooth love my jaguar

015 – Spencer Beeson
Work in progress should be all sorted by next year’s Denbies meet

018 – Terry Hayes
2006 Daimler Super Eight (LWB) in Garnet Red

020 – James Hinchliffe
1998 XK8 original condition brought as a second car was due to bring to 2022 event but unfortunately the chain tensioner broke causing damage to the engine the week before the event.

022 – John Reed
2017 F-Type V6s British Design Edition, shown here at the dealership awaiting an exciting drive home with her!!

026 – Rob Farrow
1968 Jag 420. Honey Beige with tan leather interior. 2021 Peoples Choice winner.

027 – Mark Peter
1982 XJ6 4.2.  Basic spec which is gradually having all its rough edges smoothed out.  My wife has insisted that I polish it better before the 2023 meet – most put out when she compared it with others at Denbies this year.  A backup 2000 XJ8 available (my daily driver) in case of unforeseen circumstances.

030 – Dominic Reader
This is my 2nd X308 XJR and it has an upgraded supercharger pulley and a stainless exhaust which sounds delicious. I’ve also owned a X300 XJR. It can be interesting with the traction control turned off in snowy conditions.

031 – Julie Anderson
Hamish – is a X308. I have only had him since August 2022.

032 – Dave Perton
2021 F Type R in Sanginello Orange. This face lift comes with the 575PS 5.0 litre V8 engine and lots of extras as standard. Cost options include panoramic roof and exterior design back pack

039 – Mark Cammerer
My XF is standard engine wise but will be remapped soon I’ve done some modifications to styling rear defuser, front splitter etc and some interior upgrades she is my pride and joy

040 – Andy Kyte
2016 XFS 3.0 Twin Turbo prepared by SMK performance.
As well as sounding amazing this car also benefit\’s from some external visual modifications as we as some mechanical performance upgrades.

043 – Roy Watts

044 – Steve Gillespie
2011 XK portfolio with 36k energetic and lovable miles.

047 – David Mack
X-Type Jag, 2.0l Diesel with black cloth interior. My 1st Jaguar and I love it 👍

048 – Paul Johnson
F type V6S manual, stage 2 450bhp 600nm torque, newly developed cat back exhaust system one of the loudest V6,s in the UK, Had it nearly 4 years.

049 – Mark Springall
2007 X-type 2.2 Diesel. Modified.

050 – Gary Parker
Modified 2.2D Sovereign 2007, in daily use. Joint owner of Modified Jaguar X-Type Group

051 – Tony Jefferson
2012 Jaguar XF 2.2 Premium Luxury. My first XF bought in May 2022. Currently in standard format but will be looking to remap in the near future

052 – Chris Seabrook
Brought this a year ago and have been sorting out all the small problems but now everything works even the air con. Real pleasure to drive, the V12 purrs beautifully, only 54000 from new and in same ownership for most of its life.

053 – John Starr
1999 Jaguar XKR totally original 30,000 miles. Currently winter hibernating, looking forward to attending events with the XKEC club next year.

055 – Steve Warren
2004 Super V8. 100,000 miles 20,000 by me, Love it, fast n smooth.


058 – Jeff Carter
I’ve owned my XK150S for 5 years. Car restored 15 years ago after a long storage of nearly 40 years! Mileage now 63,000 which appears genuine with the history file. People’s choice award winner @ Simply Jaguar at Beaulieu last June.

059 – Jeff Carter
I bought my XJS V12 4 years ago. Last owner spent a fortune on her so making my ownership fairly trouble free! Current mileage 80,000 so just nicely run in.

060 – Richard Green
A little info about your Jaguar: I am the fourth owner of this Mist Grey 1958 XK 150 DHC. The 3,442cc XK DOHC engine has the ‘B’ type cylinder head giving 210HP (SAE gross) and 291Nm torque. Transmission is a four speed Moss gearbox with overdrive and the car is fitted with 12″ Dunlop disc brakes front and rear.

061 – Angus Aylward
Owned and loved from new, best upgrade is the Michelin PS4S tyres. I have more pictures of this car than any other I’ve ever owned!

062 – Ray Ibbett
X356 2005 model Super V8 LWB in ebony black with ivory leather interior

063 – Rob Collins
Sarah Collins’ 240 that was new direct from the factory to her grandfather in 1968, and 42k miles later is now in the 3rd generation of ownership in her family…

065 – Anthony Ralph
2003 X-Type 3.0 Auto. Adamesh Exhaust, X-Lyte Performance front and rear lights. Arden springs, Underglow, Bola B17 19″ wheels.

067 – Mike Cannon
1996 XJR6. Blue. As with all Jags….work in progress.

070 – Michael & Anne Green
1993 Convertible Facelift XJS 4.0 L – Couple of mods to it that I cannot find invoices for in the paperwork that came with the car. Louvres in the Bonnet. Twin Headlights.completely solid all Walnut steering wheel. Twin walnut inserts on the gear lever. Complete SS exhaust with twin crome tail pipes. Great Colour combination – Flamenco Red with Cream Leather interior.

072 – Steve Gilligan
1989 XJS 3.6 owned since 2017

073 – Mick Patrick
1995 XJR6 that always wants something doing and takes all my money

074 – Nicholas Crawford
S-Type 3.4 Manual, Overdrive. VBH 174E. Built  at Browns Lane Coventry August 1966. Sold May 1967 by Henlys London.

075 – Ian Clayton
I have owned my 2004 Jaguar XJ6 3.0 SE since 2017, during that time I used it daily for 2 years and now just use it for shows and days out. I have recently had the wheels refurbished and I’m planning to improve other areas of the car over the next year or so.
It has now covered 104000 miles and I still love driving it!.
Just for info I also own a rare white 2008 Jaguar X Type and a 1979 Series 2 Daimler Double Six Vanden Plas .

077 – Gary Woodhams
Jaguar 2013 XJL351 PORTFOLIO 3.0D in Stratus Grey

079 – Bob Tilling
F Type S 380bhp Convertible, with upgraded wheels tornado wheels, sports seats and active exhaust.

080 – Alan Dyer
I have owned the car for 15 years, in that time it has had a new front a new back new floor interior refurbished the only parts Jaguar did was the roof and doors

085 – Graham Milham
2019 F Type SVR in Lunar Grey bought at the end of last year with only 1667 miles on it.
Have already doubled the mileage and it puts a smile on my face every time I drive it

086 – Matthew Calvert
A very straight, standard 1994 XJ40. The only change I have made is the lattice alloys.

087 – Mark Deacon
This is the last of the Revival Motorsport D Types. Revival built approx 15 of their uniquely developed D Types for a ‘one make’ race series. The cars were so well built, that some customers requested ‘road going’ versions of the car to be built. There were 11 ‘road cars’. This is the final one built and represents the final development of the project. The car has a 4.2 litre E Type engine and gearbox, with overdrive. Currently running in ‘road’ trim in twin SUs. It also has triple Webber carbs which can be fitted for track use. Revival spent a lot of time and effort developing the handling of these cars. Which ultimately provided a very fast and terrific handling car.

088 – Shaun Bellinger
My Jaguar is a 2005 XK8 4.2S Final Edition. Also known as a “White Badge” model, it is one of just 187 made at the end of the X100 production run. It’s finished in Bay Blue, which is one of the 4 colours that were unique to this model. Interior is Ivory leather with an Elm dashboard. Purchased in June ’21 as an early 60th Birthday present to myself as a weekend toy.

089 – Paul Burrett
Purchased in August. I think that I am in love!

092 – Wayne Turk
In French racing blue a very eye catching colour what’s not to love.

093 – Janette Brook

097 – Sam Newman
2009 XFR – might as well have a fun daily!

098 – Chris Davies
Series 3 E-type 2+2 manufactured in October 1972. The pressure on the bank account is far outweighed by the pleasure of driving.

099 – Steve Tappy
The car is original with no major restoration work carried out. It has 24,000 fully documented miles from new.

100 – Richard Armstrong
Jaguar XF 3.0 R-Sport
Optional extras include the top spec Meridian sound system, piano black dash upgrade, black badges and the 20” alloy wheels.

101 – Darren Hide
Bought this beautiful Xf last July,68k from new,Finished in Metallic, Lunar Grey, it is the 3.0 litre V6 Twin Turbo Portfolio Sports Edition, Cream leather with Piano tile Veneer ..
It has Space, Pace and Grace in abundance, looking forward to showing it off along side my 20000 mile from new 4.2 V8 Xj8 finished in Pacific Blue as they will be there on the day together, cannot wait to meet everyone

103 – Tony Winter
We have owned for 40 years

106 – Evan Benson
XE 20t, R-Sport, great car, nippy and very comfortable, remap and exhaust coming soon!

108 – Gary Clayson
2003 XJ6 Sport 3.0 V6. Brought just over 2 years ago and on 150k miles.

109 – Jonathan Moore
F-Type R575 convertible in SVO premium pallet colour Sorrento Yellow, Black Pack exterior with Gloss black alloys to match

111 – Terry Nelson
XFR-100 brought in 2013

112 – Steve Thomas
495 BHP, RWD, daily driver and every trip gives me a huge smile. My 6th Jaguar and by far my favourite, although I have loved them all.

113 – Mac Booker
1969 420 Daimler Sovereign.

116 – David Jones
1960 XK150, owned for 6 months. Fast road engine with 5 speed gearbox, not for the purist but a great drivers car.

117 – John Morley
Matching numbers mk2 3.8 with manual overdrive . Recently had a bare metal respray , reveneered wood and mechanical work . Originally a Cornish registered car . A 50th birthday present to myself 11 years ago

119 – Andy Bateman
97 3.2 Sport Manual, Owned for 11 yrs, Still a Pleasure to Drive.

122 – William McDonald Imlah
Our S-Type 2005 SE has just turned 100000 miles in the fab b r green is a superb example. Still smooth as silk just puts a smile on my face when I’m out in it servicing done by the local Jaguar specialist

124 – Mark Atkinson
Owned 5 years and recently became the subject/project for subtle modifications to express my vision of the 1997 Jaguar XK8 X100

138 – Martyn & Karen East
2006 XK 4.2 coupe in zircon blue. Standard except for the snarly XKR exhaust

141 – Ian Courtney

142 – Steve Rogers
My 25t with only 23000 miles on the clock

144 – David Arthur Fulker
E-type Series 3, restored in 1998, owned for 8 years, driving her still brings a smile.

146 – Dave Lock
My first Jag bought two years ago. Amazing car and no regrets. Best sounding cars on the road

151 – Alan Covacic
I bought this car in November 2016 and it has served me well as a daily runner since then. I am always looking for a reason to drive, it is such a pleasure. Last year I treated it to a new registration number, more in keeping as my car.

152 – David Swaine
2011 XF Portfolio, 75,700 miles, 3.0 bi-turbo, re-map by Delta Performance to 310 bhp, gearbox serviced by Andy @ SE Jags, wax-oiled and undersealed as I live on the coast, 20” Selena wheels, re-painted in BMW smoke grey, paintwork, wheels and all glass ceramic coated by Revolution Detailers in St Peter’s Margate using an 8 year Matrix product,

155 – Chris James
Our Jaguar XFR V8 Supercharge in Italian racing red on 14reg had it for 14 months now. Very quick and runs perfect.

156 – Philip Evans
2012 XFR in Italian Racing Red. Bought in June last year and the V8 I always dreamed of.

157 – Mandy-Jayne Gregory
X Type Sports Premium 2008. Modified. Underglow kit, X-Lytes, back box delete, rear spoiler, laguna splitter. Tints, More to do so the work goes on. Bought as a tribute to my mom and dad who always drove and loved Jaguars.

160 – Barry Hack
Recently purchased in Feb 2023. 14,500 miles from new and full service history. Used every year for a very low mileage. In mint condition and drives just like new. Not bad for a 12 year old car

162 – Louise and David Hughes
This car was bought as a birthday present (although it didn’t look anything like this at time of purchase in March 2008). Back in the day I was a big fan of the Inspector Morse TV show so we had it resprayed, vinyl roof applied, interior completely re-upholstered, new wheels and tyres. All re-chromed. Automatic gearbox, power steering fitted and various other modifications too. As with many cars of this age it remains a work in progress.

164 – Chris Carroll
1994 4.0 XJ40 Sovereign Gold in metallic Sapphire blue imported from Japan with 85k on the clock used as everyday runner

165 – Clive Evennett
2000, 3.2 Executive. Ex Jaguar car

167 – Martin Lock
2007 XK 68,000 miles owned since February 2023!

170 – Andy Sheehy
Jag F type R

171 – Rudi Keiderling
Bought this on e bay 2016 as a restoration project. It was generally solid. I’ve always liked coupes and also the look of a series 1. So I decided to put the series 1 front end on it. Its not to everyone’s taste but I love it.

172 – Paul Darling
I have a Jaguar fPace SVR 2021 it’s in ultra blue with 22 inch wheels and tyre’s
It’s a V8 5.0 super charged engine with a Automatic 8 speed gearbox that shares the same torque converter as the project 8 jaguar that help deliver a 0-60 of around 3.7-3.8 seconds and a top speed of around 185 MPH it comes with lots of toys and driver aids it is an awesome vehicle to drive.

175 – Richard Watkins
This is my first ever Jaguar and I took the plunge on the 10th March this year with a late 2015 F-Type V6 S in Firenze Red. It has only done 23700 miles and hopefully will be with me for a long while as I bought it to tick off the bucket list early 40’s sports car having not done the early 20’s hot hatch that my friends did. Loving it!!!

177 – John Underhill
2002 XK8 4.0 Coupé finished in Zircon Blue metallic paint, Ivory leather interior and 20 inch BBS Montreal wheels. In unmodified as it left the factory condition with less than 13,000 miles from new!

180 – Tariq Akhtar
Day after I bought her back in April 2019.
Beautiful to drive and look at

181 – David Page
Purchased this 2011 5.0 ltr XK convertible just over a year ago, having previously owned both an x type and XF. With the roof down driving round rural Surrey and Hampshire is a delight.

184 – Adam Slater
2017 Jaguar XJ575 modified- super charger pulley, 200 cell cats, straight pipes, high flow air filters, re-map to 635bhp. 21 inch alloys, carbon fibre engine components, carbon fibre rear spoiler, mirror caps and sequential repeaters, modified front and rear end.

185 – Michael Robinson
This is my limited production 2009 model year XJ358 4.2-Litre V8 Portfolio in Celestial Black with navy leather. I absolutely love this ultra rare car!

186 – Robin Lawrence
Bought the MKVII in November last year (2022) from Anglia Classic Car Auctions. This year she has spent most of her time at West Hoathly Garage under going some extensive repairs so that she is ready for the road again. 3,442cc. One of nine cars from a private, long-term collection owned by
a retired engineer. This Jaguar MK VII was found in a barn in 1992 when the mileage was recorded at 71,634. During the 1990’s she was subject to full restoration and was last in use in 2012. The current mileage is recorded around 73,436. The original in door tool kits are in the doors in the car.

193 – Darran Hide
A recent purchase 1 month ago, 2005 XJ8 in Pacific Blue, Cream Leather, unmarked 4.2 V8 Petrol with…. Wait for it !!!! 20671 miles from New… Looks and drives as if just driven from the dealership.
Looking forward to sharing it with everyone on the day

194 – James Hilston
Low mileage XJ40 in excellent condition. My late father’s from 2008.

195 – Mike Dunlop
Just love this car, a 2014 V6 model. It’s only the cooking model but all the power I’ll ever need or use and in beautiful Italian Racing Red with carbon spoke alloys. What’s not to like.

197 -Mario
2010 XFS – Fully restored and upgraded from standard 🙂

201 – Philip Kenworthy
We’ve had our 1964 S1 E-Type OTS since early 2017 and have slowly renovated it phase by phase since then. It is one of the last 3.8 cars produced and is fully numbers matching. Having lived its life prior to our ownership in California, the bodywork is all original. Since being recommissioned, the car regularly participates at Brooklands and JEC Regional and national events where it has won a number of prizes. Most recently, it won the JEC Secretary’s Cup at Salon Prive in September 2022.

204 – Alan Foster
I lived in southern California and purchased my carnival red pearl metalic 2000 XJ8 VDP LWB in march 2015 a one owner car with 93.000 miles, which is low miles for 15 year old car in the US. Supplied to Bauer Jaguar in Santa Ana December 2019 built Browns lane October 2019. I shipped car back to UK late 2018 as I moved back to London. Anti corrosion treatment spring 2019 by Rustbusters of Spalding, a solid reliable car will probably out last me !

209 – Paul Fuller
I’ve owned my car for 18 months now, I feel the car has been well looked after in the past with plenty of Jaguar history. I’ve since changed the wheels to 20inch Montreal BBs split rims I’ve had the rear wheel arches refabricated and sprayed last year, the car makes me smile.

211 – Roger Rolph
Lucky to find this just over 1 year ago, 340bhp and “almost” fully specc’d. Owned by Jaguar for first few services so may have been press car.

213 – Andreas
I recently purchased my XKR after searching for nearly 2 years to find the colour I wanted and with ( very low mileage) still waiting to enjoy this beauty with the roof down.

217 – Adrian Bollon
2021 3 lt is a V6, a good runner, & an ongoing project regarding bodywork and interior.

220 – Bob Ellis
I’ve owned FJM955F since 1997. It’s a very original E type series 1.5 2+2. Until last year when it needed a clutch replacement and brake overhaul very little work had been done to it apart from regular maintenance and a poor respray which had been done for the previous owner. The bodywork was never brilliant when it was built, 55 years haven’t improved it but that’s part of the history and I love it

223 – Roger Castle
2001 v6 S-Type Jaguar, no bells or whistles no satnav, if you want the radio on, you press the button on the radio its even got a tape player how retro is that “a thing of beauty”

225 – Mark Channell
With just 3 owners and 42k miles, Evie, a 1972 SIII E Type has just been brought back to life having been off the road for the last 7 years. 2023 will be a year of ‘running in’ with the smooth and powerful 5.3 V12 under the bonnet.

231 – Andrew Brown
Owned for 3 years. Have had many other cars but none tick so many boxes as this one. Plus the noise it makes never fails to entertain both occupants and pedestrians..

232 – Nigel Edwards
375 bhp, 0-60 5.3 secs, yet near silent limousine comfort. 55,000 miles with two previous owners. Genuinely immaculate “as new” condition.

233 – Andy Scott
1998 XJR , sapphire blue with ivory leather. Bought 2017 as a daily driver and still is (although I don’t do many miles). 86k miles and has just had a full suspension rebuild, rust treatment and front seat leather repair.

236 – Greg Catton
2009 3.0 XFS vapour grey with black pack bonnet vents already added before purchasing her

237 – Trevor Olney
The ‘Ice Maiden’ is a 1995 X300 3.2 XJ Sport in ice blue with oatmeal full leather interior. Owned and run by me for 23 years as my only car, ‘Icey’ as she is known is carefully looked after; her condition inside and outside do not reflect the daily use and current mileage of 178,167 miles. She has been featured twice in the JEC magazine.

238 – Stu Williams
2001 XKR, owned for almost a year. Completed the North Coast 500 last September and a 1600 mile round trip in Europe the past week! 120k miles and counting…

239 – Andy Hilton
Beautiful xk8 4.2

240 – Gavin Beecham
2004 final facelift xk8 in salsa red with dove grey interior which seems to be a very rare colour in this model.

241 – Mark Cole
Restored by a US owner in around 2005 and owned by me since 2014. I’ve only done minor fettling such as upgrading the a/c to a modern compressor, re-cored radiator, new fuel pump and high torque starter motor. Most recently fitted a set of Aston Martin DB6 (Dunlop XA474) wheels which at 6 inches wide are an inch wider than the original E Type (XW472) 5 inch wide wheels and even fitted with the same 185×15 tyres fill the arches a little nicer.

245 – Alan Mobbs
Jaguar XJ12 – August 1996 6 Litre V12 (X300) Long Wheelbase Majestic This car was manufactured at the Browns Lane, Coventry factory in August 1996 and spent the first eight to nine months of its life with Jaguar Cars themselves with the registration number P880 HVC. The precise use to which it was put is not known, or if it was used by anyone in particular, and it is assumed, therefore, that it was used as a factory demonstrator, probably for chauffeuring potential clients. It was “fully loaded” with all the “bells and whistles” available with the exception of power-fold mirrors, which I have since fitted, and heated front seats even though the rear ones are heated! The extra length of the LWB version gives an extra five inches of legroom in the rear compared with the standard wheelbase version. This series of Jaguars, manufactured between 1994 and early 1997, is often known by the factory codename of X300. It is fitted with the last of the famous V12 Jaguar engines which were first introduced, with a capacity of 5.3 litres, in the early 1970s and were used to power the Series 1 XJ12 saloons together with the Series 3 E-Types. The first use of the 6 litre version was in later XJ40 saloons (predecessors to the X300) when modifications had to be made to both the engine and car in order to fit the V12 engine. I am the fifth owner of this car, purchasing it privately in December 2005 to replace a Series III V12. Currently the mileage is 150,000 and it is used as an “everyday” car, although not used every day, covering approximately 6,000 miles annually.

246 – Colin Lane
2002 4.0L XK8 in Zircon Blue with 19″Apollo wheels.
Pampered by previous owners with very comprehensive service history. Love it.

250 – Neville Hobbs
The STR has been my pride and joy since May 2015

252 – Frank Marino
2005 XKR black ivory leather. Only had it 2 weeks & loving it

254 – Ian Connor
4.2L coupe model in Platinum Silver, 69k on the clock, fourth year of ownership. So much to say …… when walking away from it I still can’t help myself from turning around to have a look….. absolutely adore the addictive whining sound when the supercharger is fully exercised…… etc etc….

256 – Richard Cummins
2008 X150 Jaguar XKR Convertible, midnight Black with Ivory Leather. 66K, full service history. Mine since 2020, and such an amazing car. My previous Jaguars have been a 1990 4.0L Sovereign XJ40 and a 1999 X100 Jaguar XKR Convertible, also black with ivory leather.

257 – Gary Giffin
XE 3.0 V6 SUPERCHARGED Upgrades, supercharger, pulley upgrade, and a remap given me 431 BHP and 386.66 reg with black and red leather interior. More body upgrades coming soon.

306 – Mark Lambourne
95 XJR6 – The never-ending-story

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