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Jaguar Land Rover Classic recently had the privilege of working closely with renowned British model and life-long Jaguar enthusiast David Gandy.

The E-type defines the 60s in both aesthetics and spirit. A timeless classic, it’s alluring today as when it was first introduced at the Geneva Motor Show in 1961...

From road trips to Monaco to the simple pleasure of cruising round town, clear blue skies can mean only one thing: time to take the Classic out for a spin.

The weekend saw a fantastic turnout at Jaguar Classic Challenge’s second event at Silverstone.

Choosing the right oil for Heritage Jaguars is essential for the engine to remain in peak running condition, and to ensure maximum protection against wear.

Only 12 of the aluminium bodied Lightweight E-types were eventually built, the last in 1964, the remaining six designated chassis numbers having lain dormant, until now.