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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 a pic to stephen.sheldon@jaguarforums.com and I will add your Jaguar in.

Every year people have wondered what Jaguars they are likely to see on the day - our 2020 event will be the first to actually show you what to expect :-)

001 - Steve Sheldon
001 - Steve Sheldon
My 2007 S-Type 2.7TD SE in Slate Grey
003 - Steven Slight
003 - Steven Slight
2002 XKR supercharged. No modifications
005 - Andrew Burridge
005 - Andrew Burridge
(2016) The oldest known surviving F-Type Prototype with manual transmission
007 - Martyn East
007 - Martyn East
2001 XK8
008 - Phil Norton
008 - Phil Norton
XJR
011 - George Boardman
011 - George Boardman
First registered Apr 16, MY17 build, 2.0L D, Portfolio. AKA "Jenny"
014 - Mark Lambourne
014 - Mark Lambourne
XJR6
015 - David Ruler
015 - David Ruler
2006 XK Convertible
016 - Peter Simpson
016 - Peter Simpson
XK8
018 - Kevin Greenwell
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
019 - Malcolm Till
S Type V8 4.2 2005
020 - Lee Chitticks
020 - Lee Chitticks
Jaguar 2004 STR. Owned for 15 years and just 42,000 miles!
021 - Chris Jeffrey
021 - Chris Jeffrey
2014 XFR-S - One of only 61 ever built!
022 - John Jackson
022 - John Jackson
2017 F-Pace 3.0 Supercharged
023 - Gary Woodhams
023 - Gary Woodhams
2013 XJL 3.0D Portfolio
024 - Anthony O'Hare
024 - Anthony O'Hare
2014 XK Signature
025 - Mick Patrick
025 - Mick Patrick
1995 XJR
026 -  Grant Cambridge
026 - Grant Cambridge
2011 XKR with a Spires stage 3 active exhaust
027 - Paul Johnson
027 - Paul Johnson
Type S 2016 Manual
028 - Neal Simpson
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
030 - Alex Bruce
2004 XJ8 3.6 in Platinum Silver
031 - James Spall
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.
033 - Jimbo Bradford
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
035 - Wayne Turk
2.0 Litre P300 F-Type with just 3,500 miles on the clock
037 - Stephen Haynes
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
038 - Eric Randall
2018 F-Type SVR
040 - Alan Smith
040 - Alan Smith
2007 S-Type R
Julian Ferraro Jaguars
Julian Ferraro Jaguars
1999 S-Type V6 Manual - Best car we’ve ever bought!
Julian Ferraro Jaguars
Julian Ferraro Jaguars
1972 E-Type S3 Manual - Off the road since 2005 - should be back on the road for the event!
Julian Ferraro Jaguars
Julian Ferraro Jaguars
989 JaguarSport XJR 3.6 - Ex TWR Press/Directors Car
Julian Ferraro Jaguars
Julian Ferraro Jaguars
1964 MK2 3.4 MOD - Race Prepared Engine
Paul - VIEZU Tuning
Paul - VIEZU Tuning
F-Type Predator 670 bhp
Event Patron - Frank Woodford MBE
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.
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