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Jaguar Radios And The American Connection - by Ed Nantes 02/01/2009

So while America had car radios fairly early on the first British car radio ,an Ekco, was not available until 1934...

A Couple of Hints for When Tensioning Head Gaskets - by Ed Nantes 02/01/2009

Assuming that we’ve already prepared the head and block thoroughly with following...

New Crankshafts... - by Ed Nantes 02/01/2009

I recently took a 3 ½ litre crankshaft up the Crankshaft Rebuilders to have it crack tested prior to grinding...

Parts Stuff ... Part 1 - Ed Nantes 55 Australia 06/01/2008

XK owners and later have the possibly unappreciated good fortune to have places like Guy Broad that can supply a large catalogue...

Dr Bobís Problems (Ed Shares his insites regarding a CJA memberís vehicle woes) 02/01/2008

I think my king pins are worn. I have a set labeled KP 138. Not sure if they are for the 100 or another car...

The Swallow Flies Again... A Swallow Saga Part #3 - By David Harrison, VJC President 02/01/2008

Part 3 of 3 of the story of putting a 1929 "Jaguar" Swallow back on the road...

Jaguars and Dinky Toys - Don Becker 02/01/2008

The next Jaguar model wasn’t introduced un-til 1961; the 3.4L Mark II saloon; it was numbered#195. It was produced until 1964 in three colors, maroon, grey and cream...

Why the E-Type Had to Go - by David Harrison 10/01/2007

Thirty-six years ago Jaguar ceased production of the E type. The car was intro­duced in 1961 at the Geneva show amidst great excitement and made its rivals seem both overpriced and underperforming...

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