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In 2011 a group of 29 Jaguar owners formed a new club called THE JAGUAR DRIVERS’ CLUB (BOP) INC. Since then the club has more than quadrupled in size and now has over 150 members.

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Recent Articles

Invitation to Jaguar Mark 1 Day 2019

I have been asked by Letitia Mace of Xclusively Jaguar UK, to publish this article in our magazine. Although we only have one MK1 Jaguar in our club, I thought the article may be of interest to all our members to be aware of Jaguar events overseas. - Ed Further to our...

Club Concours and Rotorua Rally

Once again, the Sun Gods were smiling down as we all rendezvoused at Okawa Bay for morning tea, talk and a chance to catch up with these very fastidious gentlemen who entered their pride and joy on the concours event. Contenders included Peter Davies, Dennis...

Congratulations to Alan Hitchens – NZ Order of Merit

Alan was a member of our club for some years and has recently been awarded a NZ Order of Merit for services to journalism and the community. I have gained permission from the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet to present the following article: Alan Hitchens...

Two of a Kind – Jaguar XJ41 and XJ42

In 1980 Jaguar was faced with declining sales of the XJS. The car was supposed to be a replacement for the E Type but was really more of a comfortable cruising G.T. than an outright sports car. Obviously, a new model was required. It was to be a striking coupe´ and...

My Return To Motor Sport’s Circuits Of Competition

Part 9 Circuit de Pau, Pau, Pyrenees-Atlantiques, France. Pau City is 125km/77½ miles to Biarritz in the west, 199km/123½ miles to Toulouse in the west-northwest and 89km/55 miles to Candanchu, Spain to the south. It is situated at the northern margin of the Pyrenees...

XKSS Jaguar In Tauranga

Following Jaguar’s withdrawal from competition at the end of the 1956 season, a number of completed and partly completed D-Types remained unsold at the Browns Lane factory. In an attempt to recoup some of the investment made in building these unused chassis, and to...

Two Of A Kind

E1A and E2A The world was surprised when the Jaguar E Type was first revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in 1961. The gathered journalists were prepared for the usual predictable showing, but were absolutely staggered by the appearance of a car they had no idea existed,...

Smith’s Automotive Instruments

One of my more ‘memorable moments’ on our visit to England, Wales and France last September/October was to track down the current manufacturer of Smith’s Automotive Instruments. The firm is: Caerbont Automotive Instruments Ltd, Unit 1, Caerbont Industrial Estate,...

Tyre Talk – Part 2 (Saving Money)

Pressure – or lack of – is the biggest factor in getting value from our tyres. At the moment air is free – until the Government finds a way of charging / taxing us for the use of. So, there’s no excuse for not using plenty of it. Rolling resistance is the main issue...

The Price Of Fuel And A Latte

Since buying our Jaguar and joining the Jaguar Drivers Club two years ago, Sandra and I have found enjoyment with stopping regularly on our own, non-club run journeys around the country at cafes we have not previously visited; something we have seldom done previously...

Lower Northland Run

November 7 to 11, 2018 Wednesday 7th November After meeting at the Greerton Rugby Club the group set off to the Kaimai Cheese company for morning tea where more members had arrived so the usual greetings took place. After a lovely morning tea, everyone headed off...

Art of Performance

Gaylene and I arrived at the Claudelands Event Centre on a beautiful mid-October afternoon. We were greeted with lunch and drinks, prior to a brief presentation from Duncan & Ebbett and the crew running The Art of Performance Tour, explaining how the event ran and...