Thanos Pappas of the web site CarAdvice has produced an excellent writeup of the history of Jaguar. Click below for Part 1, which takes us from the first Swallow Sidecars in 1922, through to the Egan era and privatization (with the split from British Leyland) in 1984.
Some cars are special – they become family members. Such it was for Chris Jordan, as he writes about the bittersweet memories of his father, George Frankham Jordan, and his three Jaguar XJ6 cars (although one was technically a Daimler):
The new center, which will be Jaguar Land Rover’s first outside of the UK, is set to open in Savannah, Georgia in the summer of 2019.
It will feature 42 bays and will be available for repairs and restorations of models that have been out of production for 10 years or longer. Presumably, parts for older cars will also be offered for sale.
You can read more in Cnet Road Show’s original article here.