A renowned Jaguar expert offers a comprehensive historical review of the highly collectable XJS series of coupes, cabriolets and convertibles with particular emphasis on quality evaluation, maintenance and upgrades. Jaguar XJS takes the reader through the 20-year history of a model series which, after a lukewarm reception in 1975 by Jaguar enthusiasts who expected a replacement for the famed E-Type, matured through many evolutions into some of the most stylish cars ever to wear the Jaguar badge, earning along the way an enviable reputation on the international motor racing scene.
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Philip Porter has been writing about Jaguars for over 30 years and owns two fine examples: the oldest E-type in existence (the fixed-head coup? registered 9600 HP) and a roadster that appeared in the film The Italian Job. Philip is the author of 17 books on Jaguar subjects, he also runs the E-type Club, which serves owners and enthusiasts worldwide.
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Descripción Motor Racing Publications, 2005. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111899870636