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APRIL 2006   Nikasil (V8 engine issues) UPDATED INFO
DEC 2003/JAN 2004   V8 Timing Chains & Tensioners
MAY 2002   Extraordinary XJ-S
2002 - 2003   The Jaguar Mascot Story in 6 parts
AUGUST 2001   Buying an XK120
JULY 2001   X-type Unleashed
MAY 2001   The Jag-lovers Community
APRIL 2001   Life begins with a forty (XJ40)
APRIL 2001   An XK150 Restoration
MARCH 2001   Arizona Adventure (C/D-types)
MARCH 2001   X-type Inside Out
NOVEMBER 2000   XJ-S Bulletin No 20

APRIL 2006
NIKASIL - V8 Engine Issues
An updated article on the problem with Nikasil in early V8 engines and chassis numbers involved
Courtesy of Jaguar World Monthly Magazine 2006

DEC 2003 / JAN 2004
An illustrated DIY guide on how to change those Jaguar V8 Timing Chains and Timing Chain Tensioners
Caution: Large Images!
Courtesy of Jaguar World Monthly Magazine 2004

MAY 2002 - Extraordinary XJ-S
Bradley Smith tells how he made his supercharged V12 a reality
Courtesy of Jaguar World Monthly Magazine 2002

2002 - 2003 Jaguar Mascots
Jag-lovers' own Tony Bailey with Ian Cooling present their detailed research on the origins and evolution of the famous leaping cat Jaguar mascot
Part One - The origins of the leaper 1936 - 1938
Part Two - Versions 1 and 2 - 1938 - 1971
Part Three - The Mk VII Motif and Version 3 - 1960 - 1971
Part Four - Introduction of the The Safety Mascots - 1990 - 1995
Pedestrian safety modifies the leaper
Part Five The Safety Mascots up to the present
A conclusion to the mascot story
Part Six The King and The Cat
In which we investigate a 1937 mascot and correspond with a modern King!
Courtesy of Jaguar World Monthly Magazine 2002/2003

AUGUST 2001 - Buying an XK120!
Jim Patten passes on his experience on this subject
Courtesy of Classic Jaguar World Magazine 2001

JULY 2001 - X-type unleashed
Paul Skilleter takes the X-type on the road and is seriously impressed with the new baby Jaguar's handling
Courtesy of Classic Jaguar World Magazine 2001

MAY 2001 - The Jag-lovers Community
Tony Bailey talks about - yes, Jag-lovers gets three pages of coverage!
Courtesy of Classic Jaguar World Magazine 2001

APRIL 2001 - Life begins with a forty
Adam Scorey enjoys entry level XJ40 motoring
Courtesy of Classic Jaguar World Magazine 2001

APRIL 2001 - An XK150 Restoration
This long term owner does it himself
Courtesy of Classic Jaguar World Magazine 2001

MARCH 2001 - Arizona Adventure!
Norman Dewis, Jaguar's former chief vehicle proving engineer, tells of a remarkable tour which takes place in the US every year. How about ten 'C's and 'D's in convoy through a mountain pass? Ever seen Snow on a D-Type!
Jag-lovers also has a RealVideo of Norman recounting some testing experiences - including the XJ13 blowout
And we collected nearly 500 80th Birthday Greetings online for Norman that were presented to him in a binder! 
Courtesy of Classic Jaguar World Magazine 2001

MARCH 2001 - X-type Inside out!
Ian Norris describes the innovative technical makeup of this new 'Jaguar for the masses'
And Jag-lovers' own X-TYPE page has more information and pictures
Courtesy of Classic Jaguar World Magazine 2001

NOVEMBER 2000 - XJ-S Bulletin No 20
An example XJ-S bulletin that appears in every issue of Classic Jaguar World
Courtesy of Classic Jaguar World Magazine 2001

Reproduced on Jag-lovers with the kind permission of Paul Skilleter, Managing Editor.


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