You & Your Jaguar XJS: Buying, enjoying, maintaining, modifying
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The Jaguar XJS was one of the finest grand touring cars of its era even if, when launched in 1975, it raised a few eyebrows. It survived the British Leyland days, Jaguar's privatisation and the takeover by Ford, and is now much in demand as an affordable and practical classic car. The summer of 2005 sees the 30th anniversary of the XJS, which is set to be marked by a number of celebratory events This all-colour book, which covers the full road car and competition history, will fascinate all Jaguar enthusiasts.
Hardcover: 176 pages
Publisher: J H Haynes & Co Ltd; First Edition edition (26 Jan. 2001)