More ideas from Adam
Launched in 1975 the Jaguar XJ-S had quite a mountain to climb, following the hugely popular E-Type. However, in reality, the car was never envisaged as a direct replacement for the E-Type, being more of a Grand Tourer. Largely designed by Jaguar's legendary Malcolm Sayer, the XJ-S had a top speed of 150mph and 0-60 time of under 8 seconds; it slipped through the air far more efficiently than the E-Type and its excellent ride, comfort and handling were justly praised by the motoring ...

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1977 Jaguar XJ12 Coupe - Silverstone Auctions

1977 Jaguar XJ12 Coupe - Silverstone Auctions

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