Breaking Curfew….

https://www.youtube.com/embed/iicRoqfv5Ek It took slightly longer than I expected for something to go (reasonably) seriously wrong with the Curfew Jag, although to be fair, it was brought on by my mildly excessive use of the throttle off road. Having access to a field always made it inevitable that I was going to end up driving one …

921 days later…..the XJR-S 6.0 is in primer.

No less than 921 days after delivering the Jaguar XJR-S 6.0 to the paint shop, it has finally been primered. My patience, at times, has been tested with the inefficiency, but considering it is a small business and a reasonable rate I've tried not to complain too much. The bodywork to correct rust to the …

Anglia Car Auctions – classic car auction preview – November 2020

Since I tweet about most of the auctions I attend, I thought maybe it would be a good idea for me to post a few of the cars I found interesting ahead of the auction itself. I went and viewed the auction at King's Lynn earlier this week, just before lockdown. Given that they'd crammed …

12 months, 12,152 miles, who says an XJS is unreliable?

Friday was the day that I took J258 for its MOT re-test, after it failed the day before for a minor handbrake imbalance and a loose seat belt anchor, which had been loosened slightly to make it easier to adjust the handbrake, somewhat ironically. Anyone who has used or worked on an XJS hand brake …