I attended just the Sunday, my XJR being in the XJ 50th anniversary timeline and parade. A superb day, lots of temperature, people from all over the planet, Jags, photos, blinding, if expensive, pasties, and a couple of beers.
A selection of the more interesting, to me at least:
This XJ12 drove from Sweden to attend the event, the owner started with a broken and rusty series 1 XJ 4.2, restored, updated, and uprated it using a fuel injected 5.3 V12. Respect for the journey, more for the quality of the conversion. The dogs.
The car that started it all for me
One of several lovely Mk2s; the car which reinforced my youthful enthusiasm.
Good to see so many surviving and well cared for X300 XJRs
Just more jags
The old Nurburgring Taxi, not a diesel
Numerous X308 XJRs too, like this absolutely stunning one, in blue, sorry Dave
A LWB X308 Majestic (I think)
A very high specification 3.0 litre X350
XK 120s, 140s, and 150s examples of all in roadster, DHC, and FHC, many with sympathetic updates to make them viable modern daily drivers
Two of my favourites; series 1 FHC E-type, and XFR. There you go Dave; a red one
A few friends of ours from Russia
Some XJ coupes which escaped my roof removal speciality
This one was my favourite coupe; a modified V12, converted to manual transmission. A shame that it's a Daimler though.
More red ones to keep Dave happy, the XJ40 lives less than 20 miles from me
My first Jaguar was the XJ40, absolutely loved it, the magic carpet ride. Phil
I had an XJ40 Sovereign, not an especially nice one, but it rode better than the newer offerings, and went well enough. Far from my first Jag, but the first one my now wife drove, she was smitten with the mustgetajag bug from that moment.
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