1963 Jaguar XKE - Jay Leno's Garage
1963 Jaguar XKE. Get under the hood and go for a ride in one of Britain's
most iconic sports cars - original and unrestored!
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1963 Jaguar XKE - Jay Leno's Garage
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Jaguar Rust Repairs (MK2)
In 2005 I done some rust repairs on a MK2 Jaguar for a friend, I done the
rapairs in my garage where I was renting at the time, the paint work was
done at my work which is a body repair shop.
MT Classic - Jaguar XJ13
Take a look into the past with Angus MacKenzie and the Jag that never got
its chance to roar... Until now.
Shot by: Gordon Green
Edited by: Gordon Green
1962 Jaguar MKII 3.8 Start Up and Drive!
Exquisite old Jaguar Mark II 3.8L. Silver concourse winning car with barely
a few thousand on the clock. Leading car is a beautiful 1965 Austin Healey
3000 MKIII BJ8. We're on the way to a charity classic auto show in Seattle,
Waking up my Austin 1100 from hibernation
This movie shows how I prepared my 1970 Austin 1100 for its first ride in
2012. I removed the spark plugs first and let the engine crank, so ensuring
the cold (but new!) oil builds up sufficient pressure for a short time.
This way, the engine is being lubricated sufficiently the moment it fires
up. After these preparations, I took the car for a ride up to Mount
Nordhelle, some 10 miles from home.
E-type and Eagle Speedster - Top Gear - BBC
Jeremy Clarkson drives a vintage Jaguar e-type along a country road, and
then tries an Eagle speedster, a new car which resembles the E-type. Great
HD clip from Series 17 of Top Gear. Go to http://www.youtube.com/TopGear to
see a full list of all high quality videos available on the Top Gear
YouTube channel and don't forget to visit http://www.topgear.com for all
the latest news and car reviews.
Jaguar E-Type Restoration - 2 1/2 years in 8 minutes
Restoration video of a Series II Jaguar E-Type. The restoration took two
and a half years, thousands of hours of labor, and much, much more $$. The
Jag was last licensed in 1983 and spent the last 15 years outside with a
deteriorated car cover. This was a nut and bolt restoration. Everything
was rebuilt or replaced. Every motor, caliper, assembly, etc. was
dissassembled and rebuilt.
JAGUAR 420G TEST DRIVE with the JAGUAR DRIVERS' CLUB
This video was originally presented in the on-line edition of Jaguar Driver
- Jaguar Driver Enhanced - as part of the 2011 Leviathan Special Edition in
Here, we test the Jaguar Heritage 420G, which forms part of the trust's
collection. We are grateful to Jaguar Heritage for their assistance in
making this video.
Made as part of the Leviathan campaign to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of
the Mark 10 and 420G, this resulted in 27 of these cars attending our
National Day at Rockingham Castle on August 7th, almost certainly a record
It's a great time to join the Jaguar Drivers' Club. Membership from just
£30 per annum.
For information on the Jaguar Drivers' Club, go to: www.jaguardriver.co.uk
We've been looking after the needs of Jaguar owners since 1956.
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Jaguar Mk 2 - Very High Specification - JD Classics
If you want an example of the absolute ultimate JD Mk11 Jaguar - the Willow
Green example we have here is probably a pretty good starting point.
This Jaguar Mk11 3.8 was built by JD Classics without any consideration to
cost - the final build total was well in excess of half a million pounds
and the brief was quite
simple from the client who commissioned the car - "build me the ultimate
modern interpretation of the iconic MK11 Jaguar."
The full specification list of extras applied to this car is too long to
list - but highlights include:
Full spec 4.7 engine on Throttle bodies - advanced engine management -
every component balanced - and hand assembled in our race engine shop on
site. We have a hard won
reputation for building the most powerful XK race engines in the world -
the same race engine builders built this engine as a showcase of what
probably represents the
ultimate road/race Jaguar XK engine. To cope with the prodigious
performance increase and to keep things cool - additional oil coolers for
engine and transmission were
installed under the front bumper in custom made shrouds, a custom made
alloy radiator was fitted, the bonnet features custom louvers and in the
engine bay - we installed
extra inner wing engine cooling vents. We fitted Solid billet brake/clutch
Reservoirs on the bulkhead and the car featured a hidden large capacity
This engine was paired to a bespoke 5 speed close ratio JD Gearbox, and
this power was tamed by race specification Dual Circuit Brakes, Remote
control Shock Absorbers, with
Full electrical power steering and the car sits on Custom 16 Inch stainless
steel period wire wheels. Other custom features include - a Wiring loom to
F1 standard with old
fashioned original style covering/Braiding and following racecar practice -
the Battery was moved to the boot for better weight distribution. A neat
idea was the use of a
Photo cell on rear parcel shelf to enable constant charging of the battery!
Naturally both front and rear screens were heated.
The interior of the car included:
JD custom seats with Hidden Rear inertia seat belts. Derrington Steering
Wheel, with Period custom Switch gear to the left of the wheel. Custom
Pedals, Ipod Dock Custom made
in the centre console with Sat Nav above Radio and incorporating Hidden
Speakers. Custom made Air conditioning fitted in the bulkhead with the
switches in the Ashtray, Foot
well lighting - Fully retractable Umbrellas fitted to front door pillars.
For use in today's busy traffic conditions - Rear Headrests were fitted
with Brake lights, Parking sensors were added, LED Fog lights in the rear
brake light cluster were
Twin outside fuel fillers were fitted and for security - Central Locking
including the boot and an Iso fix child rear seat fixing were incorporated
- just in case you had to
transport small precious cargo...
Perhaps the most appropriate extra which is highly relevant to a car of
this performance was the fitment of Radar in both the front and rear Number
Whilst it would be naive to suggest this car did not suggest it had
something a little "extra" under the bonnet - the discreet exquisite hand
built body of this classic
Jaguar belied the tremendous real world performance of this very fast and
refined GT car - much to the astonishment of other road users who have been
passed whilst driving their modern "performance" cars...
JD Classics reputation speaks for itself - we build the best bespoke
Jaguars in the world - and our wealth of experience, success on track, -
together with our endorsement by
Jaguar Cars Ltd as their worldwide Jaguar Heritage Racing partner - means
that - when you ask us to build your ultimate specification classic Jaguar
for use on today's roads -
we confidently assert we can build the best and meet or exceed your
This Jag originally came in to our workshop for minor cosmetic repairs and
to reinstate the brake Boosting
mounting area previously unceremoniously removed with a gas torch! Further
inspection showed chassis repairs were required. Substantial rust repairs
had previously been undertaken but they were of poor quality which was now
showing through with cracking and rust visible . It's looking a lot better