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      Jaguar is commemorating the end of its internal combustion sports car lineage in 2024 with an exclusive limited-edition F-TYPE inspired by two iconic 1960s racing E-types

      Just 150 examples of the F-TYPE ZP Edition will be the last internal combustion-engined sports cars designed by Jaguar. These 575PS supercharged petrol V8 F-TYPEs feature specially curated interior and exterior details by the personalisation experts at SV Bespoke.
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      Please find attached your club label – please can this be distributed amongst your club members prior to the event. Please ensure that they print this label and display it in their windscreen upon entry to the event, this ensures that all members wishing to park within your club area are directed to the correct parking location by our stewards. Please do not modify or add logos to the club label.

      We do ask that all individuals have purchased their tickets on an individual basis in advance via our website, to speed up the entry process on the day. This can be done on our website here until 2pm on the day when admission closes: https://www.beaulieu.co.uk/events/simply-jaguar.

      Note that we do have two entrances available, one is exhibitors gate at the bottom of the hill as you come in to Beaulieu, with the other being the normal Simply event entrance within the attraction. Either entrance is fine to use and both are open from 9.00am, with the exhibitors entrance closing around 11am.

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    • Simply Jaguar - Beaulieu Motor Museum - 25th June 2023
      Jaguar Owners Club have a stand at this years Simply Jaguar event at the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu, Hampshire on Sunday 26th June 2023

      Tickets are available online here: https://www.beaulieu.co.uk/events/simply-jaguar/

      Participant prices are only valid if arriving in a Jaguar and taking part in the rally. They are not valid for those arriving on foot.

      Participants can make the most of our EARLY BIRD discount by booking before 28th February 2023.

      Children under 5 require a ticket, this can be booked online free of charge.

      Participant and visitor tickets will include entrance to the rest of the Beaulieu attraction, including the National Motor Museum, Palace House, Little Beaulieu, World of Top Gear, Beaulieu Abbey and its grounds and gardens.

      The best time for viewing the Simply rally is between 10am and 2pm.





      Participants – Early Bird*



      Participants – Standard & On The Day




      Normal admission applies.

      Normal admission applies

      *Early bird tickets are available until 28th February 2023

      Entry with your Jaguar is from 9am – 2pm. Please make sure you have your ticket printed or available on your phone, ready to be scanned on arrival.

      Please do not arrive early for our Simply rallies as no facilities will be open prior to 9:30am.

      Cars cannot leave and re-enter the grounds for the Simply rallies.



      We do ask for a final update on numbers 2 weeks prior to the event following which we will send out club labels to you via email for you to then distribute out to club members. Club members then need to print and display these in their windscreen on arrival. This helps us then park you all in your club area together.

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    • F-TYPE marks 75 years of Jaguar sports cars and its final model year update
      The Jaguar F-TYPE is the definitive Jaguar sports car from a rich bloodline spanning 75 years and including some of the most iconic models ever built
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    • Jaguar partners with Andersen EV for luxury, customisable home charging
      Owners of electrified Jaguar and Land Rover models will be able to charge their vehicles at home with unrivalled style thanks to a new agreement with fellow British company Andersen EV

      Owners of electrified Jaguar and Land Rover models will be able to charge their vehicles at home with unrivalled style thanks to a new agreement with fellow British company Andersen EV.
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    • 1962 Jaguar MK2 3.8 Auto Stored around 35 years ago after sparing use by my father Genuine low mileage, Barn find/restoration project.   The MKII was a result of improvements over the prior version, and had quite a following leading to a well deserved British Automotive history.   Today, it's a highly sought-after gem among collectors and enthusiasts, especially when equipped with the renowned 3.8-liter straight-six engine.   This particular early Mark 2 was purchased in 1986 by its current owner, the third in line, and had a genuine mileage of less than 30,000. After minimal usage, it was stowed away in a barn where it remains to this day.   The vehicle seems to be mostly intact, but it clearly demands a full restoration. It will need to be transported as the brakes have become seized over time.   Initially registered in 1962 Put into storage in 1987 Confirmed low mileage Includes the owner's handbook pack V5c documentation is available and accurate No key provided   Features rare leather reclining front seats Original interior with signs of wear, but no tears or rips in the seating Door cards are in reasonable condition, as are the chrome handles Retains the original radio and steering wheel Wooden trim is peeling in some areas The entire interior seems to be in relatively good shape.   Maintains its original Grey paint Exhibits a fair amount of corrosion on the body, but the panels are straight and relatively undamaged Bumpers and the front grille have been detached but are present Equipped with original steel wheels All lights are complete and appear undamaged   Features a 3.8-liter engine Very low mileage Equipped with an automatic gearbox It has been idle for a considerable period however, when it was last parked in 1987, it was running without any issues and has remained stationary since.    This might not be a project for the faint of heart, given the substantial amount of work needed to restore this Mk 2 to its former glory. It appears to be mostly intact and boasts an exceptionally low, verified mileage. For the right individual, this could present a fantastic opportunity.   Open to offers. £8,300.00 Delivery can be arranged nationwide. More photos available upon request.
    • Lumen output was calibrated using wiki figures and configuring app. Don't believe 1600 lumens for a fog light, the brightest torches are 1800 and they can light up forest. The brake and indicator are canbus but the rest is not monitored on my 2004. I have bought several 'brighter' T10s only they are never that good, so I decided to repurpose the H3 but it still only draws 4.5 watts and won't blow a fuse. I've got led all round but had to rewire the tail lights since Jaguar have the negative swapped to positive. Same with the indicators.
    • I did not use H3 bulbs! They are 50W jobbies, what would I do with 50W side lights if they were mountable? What I used were T10  5W replacements at 5 Euros a piece, I will measure the R tomorrow. As I said before they are very similar to yours but gold coloured with side moounted leds and front mounted leds with a lens. they were very bright and looked good. The OEM bulbs look awful. Btw I have the HID setup.
    • Hi All Thank you for letting me join the club, I recently purchased an XF r-Sport 2017 after having a 2010 XF premium sold that ages ago, can anyone give me a heads up on what things i need to keep an eye out for on these vehicles, what are the main issues i should look out for if there is any of course lol, question right away for you , i noticed that my R-sport does not have the front and rear badges like some R-sports, and i am purchasing some, just to spruce it up, can i put a badge with ( the red/green circle) R-S on it? or would this be for another version? or can i just put, the ( the red/green circle) R on it?, i know its not a major issue lol, but just wondering is all...well thanks again, nice to meet you all eventually..
    • It sounds as if they want to see what's been done and if this is an ongoing problem Dominic. As for the NS headlamp washer jet cover : https://parts.jaguarlandroverclassic.com/xr856387xxx-jet-cover.html?code=11868 It says out of stock, maybe because the last 3 characters in the part number (i believe) should be the colour code so won't show uncoloured parts. I suspect it broke because it's 20 years old, no reason to touch it to remove the bumper for headlamp removal. Easy way of finding if the system is U/S is to get your glamorous assistant to sit in the car with the engine running and headlamps on and operate the screenwash - the headlamp washers jets should rise up under water pressure and then squirt when raised. Whether that's helpful to know whether you can glue it back on or not is another matter. You might be better off putting a wanted ad on here or perhaps trawling eBay for a replacement than trying to glue it on. Would these be the cruciform clips you mean? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/404269387993 If so, it might be a cost effective solution!
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