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Article Growing old disgracefully
Publication Classic Cars April 2006
Growing old disgracefully - Albert is a Jaguar, 50 years old and a racer for 44 of them.  With probably more racing miles clocked up than any other Jaguar anywhere, there's no reason to stop now.
Article Group Test - Battle of the big guns - Citroen DS, Citroen DS, Mercedes 190D, Mercedes 190D
Publication Practical Classics January 2006

Battle of the big guns - It's 1955 and Teddy Boys rule.  But Britain faces another threat - the Citroen DS.  Can the Jaguar MKI 2.4, Mercedes 190D or Lancia Aurelia fight it off?

Article Buyer's Guide Express - Jaguar MKI
Publication Classic Car Weekly 14 December 2011
Buyer's Guide Express - Jaguar MKI - The original compact Jaguar was a sensation when it was new, but was overshadowed by its MK2 derivative.  Now, MKI's are rare, precious - and great fun if you can find a good one, says JAMES TAYLOR.
Article Buying Power - Jaguar MK1
Publication Classic Car Weekly 20 January 2010
Buying Power - Jaguar MK1 - This is the model that introduced Jaguar to the executive sporting saloon market that now defines the marque.  They're also cheaper than their Mk2 successor, says RUSS SMITH.
Article Side by side 24 meets 234
Publication Jaguar Enthusiast September 2008
Side by side 24 meets 234- Nigel Thorley comes across a rare car that competed with Jaguar's 2.4 litre saloon head on in the 1950s.
Article Mark I Project
Publication Jaguar Enthusiast April 2007
Mark I Project - More work on the bodywork this month as Alan prepares the car for painting.
Article Hare and Tortoise?
Publication Classic & Sports Car December 2006
Hare and Tortoise? - For all the Jaguar Mk2's performance and panache, is the Daimler V8-250 a better driver's car? James Elliott thinks the unthinkable as he pits two Coventry icons head-to-head.
Article Mark 1 Project Part 9
Publication Jaguar Enthusiast July 2006
Mark 1 Project Part 9
Article Mark I Project - Part 3
Publication Jaguar Enthusiast December 2005
Mark I Project - Part 3 - Apologies for the lack of a Project article last month due to the weight of material being published on the Mark 1 and the 50th celebrations in Coventry.  We return this month with the engine finally removed.  Dave Marks takes up the story.
Article The Morse Jaguar
Publication The Automobile December 2005
The Morse Jaguar - Star  of 33 episodes of Inspector Morse, his Jaguar rides again.  The Editor visits the scene of Morse's criminal investigations and drives the 2.4, voted the nation's favourite famous car.
Article Mark 1 project Part 2
Publication Jaguar Enthusiast October 2005
Mark 1 project Part 2 - Nigel Thorley continues to relate the work on the new project with Dave Marks.
Article Me and the Mark 1
Publication Jaguar Enthusiast October 2005
Me and the Mark 1 - Paul Skilleter looks back at his long-term association with Jaguar's 1950s compact saloon - on road and track.
Article Code Name Utah
Publication Classic Car Mart September 2005
Code Name Utah - Jim Patten explores Jaguar's first unitary construction model, the 2.4/3.4 saloon in the year of its 50th anniversary.
Article A Mark 1 celebration
Publication Jaguar Enthusiast August 2005
A Mark 1 celebration - Refurbished for JDHT By The JAGUAR ENTHUSIASTS' CLUB In association with David Marks Garages & Alan Proctor Bodywork.
Article A Mark of Respect
Publication Jaguar Enthusiast May 2005
A Mark of Respect - Continuing our monthly lead in to the 50th anniversary of the 2.4 litre saloon this year, last month we took a look at some of the beautiful artwork created in the 1950s around the model.  This month Andrew Swift and Nigel Thorley look back at the brochures for the cars and original promotional material. Jaguar Mk 1
Article The Mark 1 - An Alternative Perspective
Publication Jaguar Enthusiast February 2005
The Mark 1 - An Alternative Perspective - Jaguar Mark 1 & 2 Saloons - Anniversary Year (50 years since launch).
Article In Praise of the Mark 1
Publication Jaguar Enthusiast December 2004
In Praise of the Mark 1 - One manís appreciation of an over-looked Jaguar model.
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