4th Edition of Jaguar – All The Cars by Nigel Thorley

A new and updated edition of the great reference work Jaguar – All the Cars by Nigel Thorley has been published by Veloce Press and should be hitting the streets as you read this. This 4th edition covers the complete SS and Jaguar model story from 1931 to 2015Jaguar - All the Cars (4th Edition)

Jaguar – All the Cars meets the needs of not only the Jaguar aficionado, but also enthusiasts who don’t have a detailed knowledge of the wide range of Jaguar models produced over the years. Illustrated in colour throughout, this significantly updated and expanded Fourth Edition comprehensively covers every single Jaguar production vehicle up to the present day, including the XE.

The development of Jaguar production cars is charted, with a brief history of each model range, along with a detailed guide to exterior and interior differences, with accompanying pictures, production numbers, and specifications, even down to colour schemes and factory accessories.

Nigel Thorley has been involved with Jaguars all his life, having owned 68 at the time of writing. His first Jaguar came at the age of 18, and he has owned most models over the years, currently owning a 5.0 litre XK Portfolio convertible and an XJ saloon.

Nigel has written over twenty titles on the Jaguar marque, including several of the Essential Buyer’s Guides for Veloce Publishing. He is a founder member and director of the Jaguar Enthusiasts’ Club and has edited its magazine Jaguar Enthusiast since 1984. Nigel previously edited Jaguar Driver magazine.

Title: Jaguar – All the Cars
Author: Nigel Thorley
ISBN: 9781845848101
Hardcover – 392 pages
Images – 700 color and b&w pictures
Publisher – Veloce Publishing

Michael Carnell
Editor at Just British

Michael Carnell is the editor and founder of the Just British Online Motoring Magazine. As a lifelong British car fan, he has owned or driven British cars of all ages from Austins and MGs to Jaguars and Triumphs. He currently owns a 1966 Vanden Plas Princess 1100, a 1977 MGB, a 1978 Triumph Spitfire, and a 2002 Land Rover Discovery.


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