Jaguar Club of Ohio 2010 Club Officers
President Chuck Roman 330-725-0213 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President/Activities Mike Meyer 330-294-0890 E-mail: email@example.com
Chuck & Wendy McIntosh 330-877-3197 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer Randy Brown 440-582-5457 E-mail: email@example.com Membership Chairman Jerry Litz 440-238-0782 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Concours Paul Neidert 330-753-3331 E-mail: email@example.com Bob Barbero 440-543-8207 440-543-8206-Fax E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chief Judge Paul Cusato 216-881-7990-Bus. 216-881-7778-Fax E-mail: email@example.com
Irene Eve Chudzik 330-467-3953 E-mail: JAGMAG2010@yahoo.com
JagMag Co - Editor
Dominic Perri 330-467-3953 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Publisher Rick Vanek 330-722-2297 E-mail: email@example.com At-Large Board Members Jim Krause Bill Madden Dominic Perri Ava Singerman Ted Stults Rick Vanek
Inside this Issue JCO President, Chuck Roman page Test Drive Congratulates JCO Members page Jaguar Jerry's Jargon page 2010 Concours Information page 2010 Concours Information page Proof of Insurance Form page JCNA Champion Class Information page JCO Poker Run/ Spring Tour page JCO at Stan Hywet on Father’s Day page JCO Poker Run & theWinning Hand page British Car Showdown at Mid-Ohio page Concours d’Elegance at Mid-Ohio page Mike Florida & Remember When? page Events in PA, MI and Locally page Jaguar Racing & Tech Tips page Club Merchandise Order Form page JCO Membership Application Form page 2010 JCO Event Calendar page Sale-O-Rama page Advertising page
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Thank you to JCO Advertisers Growler Restorations, Inc. - pg. 30 Jaguar Cleveland - pg. 2 Jeff Plumer Insurance Agency - pg. 31 Lesco Engine Machine - pg. 31 Welsh Enterprises, Inc - pg. 30 WestSide Automotive Group Please patronize our advertisers!
The JAGUAR CLUB OF OHIO is a non-profit organization founded in 1972. Annual dues of $55 per year include a subscription to the bi-monthly JagMag and Jaguar Journal, the National club's bi-monthly magazine.
2010 Executive Board Meeting Schedule July 14, 2010 - Board Meeting and 2010 Concours Meeting at the Neidert’s at 6 PM October 20, 2010 - Site TBA December - The President’s Gala
Jaguar events are kicking into high gear with the Jaguar Clubs in Columbus (July 10) & Pittsburgh (July 24th) hosting their Concours events. Our JCO Concours will be held again at Ursuline College in Pepper Pike on August 7, 2010, please mark your calendar and make sure to pre-register by July 25,2010. I have been a bit Jag disengaged as our Jag is “still in the shop” We (I)I am Jag-less in Medina or more accurately going through “Jag Withdrawal”. I have to say it has been an experience but, am confident the results will have been worth the effort and wait (and $$$$$)… just kind of wondering about the old boat owner adage where the two best boat owning days are: “The day you buy the boat and the day you sell it!” This may apply to classic cars as well…. Thanks to Mike Meyer for his planning and hosting of the Spring Poker Run. We departed from Streetsboro and traveled down to The Spread Eagle Tavern in Hanovertown for a great lunch and visit. The Spread Eagle Tavern is rapidly becoming a favorite destination of the club, make sure you check out the pics in this issue and plan on attending next year. Looking forward to seeing members at our Concours reception on Aug 6th and on the field on August 7th. (see info in this issue) Please note that the Tiffin event scheduled for August 28 &29 has been canceled…..I may try to schedule a quick road rally the end of August!!!! Please send your entries to: Mike Meyer 8134 Crystal Creek Sagamore Hills, Ohio 44067 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The JCO photo contest. Submit pictures for use in the JagMag and the JCO website. The contest runs from January 1st through October 31st. Picures taken in film or digital media will be accepted. Please include a brief caption about each picture along with your name. Pictures will be judged based on Jaguar content, composition and the whims of the judging panel. The photographer must own all rights to any photographs entered in this contest. It is the responsibility of the contestants to ensure that publication of the photographs raises no legal claim.
New Venue for the JCO President’s Gala New Location: Glenmoor Country Club Canton, Ohio Home of the Glenmoor Gathering December 3, 2010 at 6:30 PM
Sit down dinner. Menu and reservation information in future JAGMAG.
Special overnite rate of $109.00 + tax if anyone wants to stay.
Join us on Saturday morning, August 14, 2010 (before the JCO Picnic) at the Mentor Museum of Speed at 10 A.M. Group rate admission is $8 for 15 or more JCO members. Regular Admission is $10. After the museum, it’s on to the picnic at Edgewater Yacht Club at 12:30 PM
The Mentor Museum of Speed is located at: 7700 Tyler Boulevard Mentor, Ohio 44060 440-350-1480 Museum Hours: Mon - Friday 10 am to 5 pm Saturday 10 am - 4 pm Sunday - Gone Racin’
Just a few rules that reaffirmed from the last AGM. Any Jaguar that has prepared for competition must have been prepared by a recognized race organization. Any entrant in the driven class must be driven to the event if less than 35 years old. Entrant in any class must be the owner or immediate family. Dealers or professional restorers may register their personal car for judging however they must be prepared to show their title and/or registration of ownership. (personal note- I will not require birth certificate.) Point deduction for mismatched color between body panels. Point deduction for clear protective bra's. All factory fitted over mats shall be judged on cleanliness and condition and will be shown outside the entry and assigned deduction if missing. ie. VDP wool mats. NO FOR SALE signs.
It's what we have been waiting to hear, a new "F" type sports car is a go! This two seater will be in direct competition with the Porsche Boxster. "We have momentum and a new sports car is coming" It will have plenty of road presence and be instantly recognizable as a Jaguar. The success of the XF (JLR is finally showing a profit) shows we can compete, but it's only one model and we need more vehicles in the XF family.The XF will be Jaguars core value and will provide most of the profits and be the sales leader.There is a clear indication that an estate version (that's a station wagon to us in the colonies) and a low slung coupe are on the way. A heavily camouflaged estate prototype has been seen around Jaguar headquarters. There is big news regarding Jaguars warranty program. A 5/50 warranty, increasing one year.
small sports car to debut at 2011 Geneva Motor Show
Complimentary scheduled maintenance, No cost replacement of wear and tear items such as front and rear brake pads and/or discs. Brake fluid change, and windshield wiper blade inserts.This, to me, shows new confidence in the quality of the product by Jaguar. You probably have seen some of the new Jaguar XJ ads on TV, I wish they would do more advertising of the quality of the Jaguar. That is where we need to reassure the public of our quality and value, that is what Lexus did! Keep the faith, things are looking up.
This is the Jaguar XK 75, a new, hotter, limited edition model built to celebrate the marque's 75th anniversary. As the name implies, only 75 cars will be built, and they're suitably tuned - the 5.0-litre supercharged engine now has 523bhp and 483lb ft of torque. That means 0-60mph takes 4.4sec (down from 4.6sec), while it has a limited top speed of 174mph. The handling and suspension has been returned to cope with the extra power and give the car an even sportier edge, while special kits such as a sports exhaust, side sill extensions and unique alloys add to the drama. It also has a revised aero package, including a front splitter, rear wing and rear diffuser to ensure the car remains stable at high speed. Jaguar says the modifications have not harmed the XK's comfort. The car will be officially unveiled at the the Goodwood Festival of Speed on July 2, 2010.
This report comes right on the heels of Jaguar reportedly saying it will produce a version of the F-Type sports car, though it's still unclear if the Geneva-bound XE is a different model altogether. According to Inside Line, the XE will be based on a shortened version of the next-generation XK architecture. If the concept stays true to most of Jaguar's recent designs, it should be quite eye-catching, as well.
by Zach Bowman (RSS feed) on Jun 18th, 2010 at 8:58AM Rendering of the main hall at the LeMay America's Car Museum
If you've ever wondered who has the largest private car collection in the world, wonder no more. Until his death in 2000, Harold E. LeMay had the distinction of laying claim to that title with over 3,000 classic vehicles in his possession. His gems included everything from a 1916 Abadal Buick to a 1983 DeLorean DMC 12 and pretty much everything in between. Just before LeMay passed away, he formed a non-profit group with the goal of building a massive museum to house his collection and educate the public on the impact and evolution of the automobile. LeMay's vision for the garage to end all garages was no less grand than his collection – a massive steel and arched glass structure designed by Alan Grant of Grant Architects. After a decade of fundraising by LeMay's widow and a number of grants from state and local governments, the LeMay America's Car Museum officially broke ground this week. The project is expected to cost a total of $100 million when completed, and will feature complete educational exhibits in addition to showcasing the collection. For more information on the cars and the museum, be sure to check out the LeMay Museum site. [Source: The New York Times]
An ingenious urban parking solution, except in the event of electrical or mechanical failure.
The solution to the right hand drive, from the website, ThereIFixedIt.com
Don’t forget to put Wings and Wire Wheels on your calendar for September 26, 2010 from 10 A.M. to 4 P.M. Then, it’s off to the Neidert’s for the JCO Clambake! Make a day of it!
Jaguar Club of Ohio 38th Annual Concours d’ Elegance Saturday, August 7th, 2010 Ursuline College 2550 Lander Road Pepper Pike, Ohio You are cordially invited to attend the Jaguar Club of Ohio’s 38th annual Concours d’ Elegance at the lovely Ursuline College in Pepper Pike, Ohio on Saturday, August 7th, 2010. The JCO concours is a sanctioned event of the Jaguar Clubs of North America and is being held in conjunction with Jaguar Cleveland’s XXIII British Car Day. The show will feature a vast array of British cars, historic British racing cars, and entertainment. The picturesque grounds of Ursuline College are the perfect setting to showcase your lovely Jaguar. The ample space at this year’s venue will make your concours participation a pleasure. Pre-Registration fees for the Concours d’ Elegance are $40.00 and include your participation in the sanctioned JCNA judging as well as the British Car Day “Popular Vote” judging. Trophies will be awarded by JCO for First, Second, and Third place in class and by British Car Day in their class divisions. Please visit www.jcna.com for information regarding new classes and rule changes. Once again, all concours participants will receive the commemorative Jaguar Club of Ohio dash plaque, Concours poster, and complementary gift bag. There will be vendors, rocker cover races, and door prizes throughout the day. The NEOBC/ JCO charity raffle will be held following the trophy presentations. Grand Prize is your choice of a 3/4 carat Vivinity Diamond valued at $2,5000.00 or your car minted in a gold coin provided by Vivid Jewelers. First prize is two round trip coach class airline tickets good for travel anywhere in the Continental U.S. or Canada. A portion of the raffle proceeds will benefit Providence House, a crisis nursery and the Goodrich-Gannett Community Center. Raffle tickets may be purchased for $ 5.00 per ticket or 5 for $ 20.00 at the JCO registration table. Guests may stay at our host hotel, the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriot 3750 Orange Place. A special room rate of $ 89.00 per night + tax, for a king bed or two queens plus a daily complimentary hot breakfast buffet, can be secured by calling the Marriott’s toll free reservation line at 1-800-MARRIOTT or the hotel’s direct line at 216-831-3300 or visit www.marriott.com/clebh. Guests must identify themselves as members of British Car Day/Jaguar Club Group initially when making reservations in order to receive the special group rate. Reservation deadline for the special group rate is Friday, July 21, 2010. Check in time is 3:00pm/check out is 11:00am. Guarded parking for Friday and Saturday night will be provided as well as space for trailer parking. The Jaguar Club of Ohio will again host our “Hospitality Party” on Friday evening, August 6th from 6:00 to 11:00pm in the Ballroom of the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott. Please come and enjoy an evening of JCO camaraderie, cars and refreshments. Registration packets and gift bags will be available for pick-up at your request Friday evening. Your early registration is much appreciated! Hope to see you all on Saturday, August 7th at Ursuline College! Happy Motoring! Jaguar Club of Ohio
British Car Day XXIV IN ASSOCIATION WITH
The Northeastern Ohio British Car Council AND THE
Jaguar Club of Ohio 38 Annual Concours d’ Elegance Friday, August 6th-Saturday August 7th th
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Friday, Aug 6th ________________________________________
6:00PM TO 11:00PM
CONCOURS REGISTRATION & HOSPITALITY MIXER THE FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES BALLROOM COMRADERIE AND CARS!! Hors d’oeuvres, desserts and beverages for your enjoyment
Saturday, Aug 7th ______________________ 9:00AM TILL NOON.
REGISTRATION OPENS AT THE SHOW SITE. ALL CARS MUST BE DRIVEN ON TO THE SHOW FIELD. NO CARS ADMITTED TO SHOW FIELD AFTER 11:00AM. CLEANING ENDS AT NOON.
JUDGES MEETING & LUNCHEON
12:00PM TO 4:00PM
JUDGING BEGINS - ENTRANT MUST BE WITH YOUR CAR. ALL CARS MUST REMAIN ON SHOW FIELD UNTIL 4:00PM OR THE COMPLETION OF JUDGING (unexcused early departure is cause for disqualification).
JCO DOOR PRIZE DRAWINGS
BRITISH CAR DAY AWARDS & NEOBC/JCO CHARITY RAFFLE DRAWING (Grand Prize 3/4 carat VIVID JEWELERS DIAMOND – 1st Prize 2 coach class airline tickets for Cont. US or Canada) JCO CONCOURS D’ELEGANCE TROPHY PRESENTATION
FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES - MEET IN “HOOLIHAN’S BAR” CASUAL GET TOGETHER FOR COCKTAILS AND DINNER.
* Note British Car Day door prize drawings are held throughout the day - check their posting board for winners. =================================================================================
Please follow personnel directing you on to the show field. ========================================================================================================================
Concours Committee Paul Neidert, Co-Chair 330-753-3331 330-322-9782 Bob Barbero, Co-Chair 440-543-8207 216-554-8202 Carol Neidert, Lois Barbero, and Randy Brown - Registration Paul Cusato, Chief Judge 216-881-7790
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FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES BY MARRIOTT, BEACHWOOD INFORMATION AND DIRECTIONS The Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott (previously the Holiday Inn Beachwood)located at 3750 Orange Place is the official hotel of the JCO and British Car Day and is offering a special rate of $ 89.00 for a king or 2 queeen beds plus a daily complimentary hot breakfast buffet (exclusive of applicable taxes currently 15.25%) for both Friday and Saturday nights. Please call the hotel directly at 216-831-3300 or dial 1-800-MARRIOTT and request the special group rate for members of British Car Day/Jaguar Club Group when making your reservations. Deadline for reservations at the special group rate is Friday, July 21, 2010. We highly suggest to book early the hotel fills quickly during the summer months. Directions to the Fairfield Inn & Suites (previously the Holiday Inn): I-271 North, use the local lanes and exit (29) at U.S. 422 (Chagrin Blvd.) the Fairfield Inn will be visible on your right prior to the exit. At the light turn right on to Chagrin Blvd. Turn right on to Orange Place. The Fairfield Inn will be on your right across from the Olive Garden Restaurant. I-271 South, use local lanes and exit (29) at U.S. 422 (Chagrin Blvd.) At the light turn left on to Chagrin Blvd. cross over I-271 then turn right on to Orange Place. The Fairfield Inn & Suites will be on your right across from the Olive Garden Restaurant. Directions to Ursuline College (show site): Upon exiting the Hotel parking lot turn left on to Orange Place turn left on to Chagrin Blvd. Take I-271 North to the Brainard Rd.-Cedar Rd. Exit (32). Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Brainard Rd/Cedar Rd E. Turn right at Brainard Rd. Turn left at Cedar Rd go to Lander Rd (about 1 mile). Turn Right on to Lander Rd N and right at the first driveway which is Ursuline College. It is approx. 4 miles from the Hotel to Ursuline College. Please call Paul Neidert at 330-322-9782 if any problems.
Other hotels in the area include the following: Embassy Suites Cleveland-Beachwood, 3775 Park East Drive Beachwood, Ohio 44122 Phone: 216-765-8066 Hilton Hotel Cleveland-Beachwood, Park East Drive Beachwood, Ohio 44122 Phone: 216-464-5950 Homestead Cleveland-Beachwood, 3625 Orange Place, Orange Village, Ohio 44122 Phone: 216-896-5555 Residence Inn Cleveland-Beachwood, 3628 Park East Drive, Beachwood, Ohio 44122 Phone: 216-831-3030 Cleveland Marriott East-Warrensville Heights (new), 26300 Harvard Rd, Warrensville Heights (adjacent to Beachwood), OH 44122 Phone: 216-378-9191 SHOULD YOU HAVE A PROBLEM CALL 330-322-9780 OR 330-322-9782 THIS WILL PUT YOU IN CONTACT WITH A JCO MEMBER AT THE SHOW FIELD.
JAGUAR CLUB OF OHIO AND JAGUAR CLUBS OF NORTH AMERICA, INC. TH 38 CONCOURS d’ ELEGANCE at URSULINE COLLEGE Pepper Pike, Cleveland, Ohio August 7th, 2010 ENTRANT REGISTRATION FORM (PLEASE COMPLETE BOTH SIDES) CONCOURS d’ ELEGANCE ENTRY IS OPEN TO ALL JAGUAR OWNERS. ENTRY IN CHAMPION DIVISION CLASS OR DRIVEN DIVISION CLASS IS JUDGED ACCORDING TO JCNA RULES APPROVED FOR THE CURRENT YEAR. RULES REQUIRE ONLY THAT YOUR ENTRY IS A JAGUAR WITH A JAGUAR ENGINE. ENTRIES MAY CROSS OVER FROM THE DRIVEN DIVISION TO CHAMPION DIVISION, OR VISE VERSA, BUT POINTS AWARDED IN ONE DIVISION BECOME INVALID WHEN CROSSING OVER TO THE OTHER DIVISION. PLEASE PRINT
___________________________________________________________________________________ NAME (as will appear on placard) DATE ___________________________________________________________________________________ ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP CODE __________________________________________________________________________________ HOME PHONE BUSINESS/CELL PHONE E-MAIL __________________________________________________________________________________ JCNA CLUB AFFILIATION JCNA NUMBER Vehicle
_________________________________________________________________________________ YEAR MODEL BODY STYLE COLOR CLASS (PLEASE SPECIFYCHAMPION, DRIVEN OR DISPLAY) Vehicle 2
__________________________________________________________________________________ YEAR MODEL BODY STYLE COLOR CLASS (PLEASE SPECIFY CHAMPION, DRIVEN OR DISPLAY) __________________________________________________________________________________ LICENSE PLATE NUMBER(S) ********Please note the Jaguar Club of Ohio will provide printed name badges to all pre-registered Concours guests only. Please provide the name(s) you want to appear on your name badge(s), otherwise it will be the same name(s) as on your placard: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
RELEASE OF LIABILITY JCNA EVENT PARTICIPATION: IT IS AN ENTRANT’S PRIVILEGE TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY JCNA SANCTIONED EVENT HELD BY ANY JCNA AFFILIATE UPON EXECUTING PROPER REGISTRATION FORMS AND PAYING PUBLISHED ENTRANCE FEES. EACH AFFILIATE SHALL BE SOLELY RESPONSIBLE FOR GRANTING ENTRY PRIVILEGES TO EACH ENTRANT ON AN INDIVIDUAL BASIS.
I/WE HEREBY AGREE TO ENTER THE ABOVE DESCRIBED JAGUAR(S) IN THE 2009 JAGUAR CLUB OF OHIO’S CONCOURS D’ ELEGANCE. IN CONSIDERATION OF THE RIGHT AND PRIVILEGE TO ENTER AND PARTICIPATE AND OTHER VALUABLE CONSIDERATION, AND INTENDING TO BE LEGALLY BOUND, I/WE, AGREE TO RELEASE THE JAGUAR CLUBS OF NORTH AMERICA, INC., THE JAGUAR CLUB OF OHIO INCLUDING THE CONCOURS d’ELEGANCE COMMITTEE, THE NORTHEAST OHIO BRITISH CAR COUNCIL, JAGUAR CLEVELAND, VIVD JEWELERS, URSULINE COLLEGE AND ALL OTHER PERSONS AND ENTITIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE OPERATION OF THIS CONCOURS, FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY FOR INJURIES, DAMAGE, OR LOSS ARISING FROM MY ENTRY, PARTICIPATION AND ATTENDANCE IN THE CONCOURS.
__________________________________________________________________________________________ SIGNATURE OF JAGUAR OWNER DATE
Pre-Registration Deadline is July 25, 2010
PROOF OF INSURANCE I/WE, ___________________________________ HEREBY WARRANT AND REPRESENT THAT MY/OUR CAR(S) ARE FULLY COVERED BY AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE AS REQUIRED BY LAW. INSURANCE COMPANY:__________________________________POLICY #________________________ NOTE: Every precaution is taken to protect cars and make the Concours a safe event. The Jaguar Clubs of North America, Inc., the Jaguar Club of Ohio, the Northeastern Ohio British Car Council, Ursuline College and any or all sponsors associated with British Car Day and or the JCO Concours d’ Elegance will not assume liability for any damage or personal injury. _____________________________________________________________________________________________ ENTRANT’S SIGNATURE DATE
ENTRY FEES Pre-Registration Fees: JCO/JCNA Concours Champion or Driven Class
Fees after 7/25/10 Concours Champion or Driven Class..........$ 45.00
Each Additional Jaguar (Concours participant)
**Display Only - No Concours judging (BCD fee)
(includes British Car Day fee)
NEOBC/JCO Charity Raffle Tickets - 1 ticket $ 5.00
qty ___x $5.00
Grand Prize “3/4 carat Vivid Jewelers Diamond” or your car in a minted gold coin 1st prize 2 coach class airline tickets (Cont.US or Canada) 5tickets
Commemorative Poster (previous years while supply lasts)
qty ____x $ 5.00
** DISPLAY ONLY CARS NEED NOT REGISTER WITH THE JAGUAR CLUB OF OHIO IF YOU HAVE ALREADY REGISTERED WITH BRITISH CAR DAY.**
A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT PROVIDENCE HOUSE A CRISIS NURSERY FOR BABIES AND CHILDREN AND THE GOODRICH-GANNETT COMMUNITY CENTER.
Please make checks payable to the JAGUAR CLUB OF OHIO. Be sure to complete both sides of this form, and mail with your attached check to:
PAUL NEIDERT, CONCOURS CO-CHAIR. 712 WOOSTER RD WEST BARBERTON, OH 44203 ___ PLEASE CHECK HERE IF YOU ARE A LICENSED JCNA JUDGE AND WISH TO HELP WITH CONCOURS JUDGING. PRE-REGISTRATION DEADLINE: July 25th, 2010 QUESTIONS OR INQUIRIES MAY BE DIRECTED TO PAUL NEIDERT AT 330-753-3331 (BUS), 330-334-6290 (HOME), 330-322-9782 (CELL).
JAGUAR CLUBS OF NORTH AMERICA CHAMPION DIVISION CLASSES C1A: C1B: C 2: C 3: C 4: C 5: C 6: C 7: C 8: C 9:
Classics (Pre-XK engine) Touring and OTS: Swallow, SS & SS Jaguar (1927-51) Classics (Pre-XK engine) DHC and Saloons: Swallow, SS & SS Jaguar (1927-51) XK120 (1948-54) XK140 (1955-57) XK150 (1957-61) E-Types Series 1(1961-1967) E-Types Series 1.5 (1968) and Series 2 E-Types (1968-71) E-Types Series 3 (1971-1975) Early Large Saloons: MK VII, MK VIII, MK IX, MK 10, 420G (1950-70) Early Small Saloons: MK 1 (2.4&3.4), MK 2 Series (2.4, 3.4 & 3.8 liter, Daimler V8), 240, 340, S-Type 3.4S, 3.8S & Jaguar and Daimler 420 (1966-69) C10: XJ6/12 Series I Saloons (1968-73) Note 1 C11: XJ6/12 Series 2 Saloons and Coupes (1973-79) Note 1 C12: Series III XJ6, XJ6 Sovereign and XJ6 VDP (1979-87), Series III V-12 and V-12 VDP (1979-92) Note 1 C13: XJ6 (XJ40) Sedans (1987-94), XJ12 (XJ40)(1993-94),XJ6/12/R, (X300)(1995-97) Note 1 C14: XJ8/R Sedans (X308) (1998-2003), XJ8/R Sedans (X350 Alloy) (2004-on) Note 1 C15A: XJ-S/SC (1976-91 Pre-Facelift) Coupe, Cabriolet, H&E Conv, Convertible, Jaguar Sport XJR-S Le Mans, etc C15B: XJ-S (1991-96 Facelift) Coupe, Conv, XJR-S, Jaguar Sport C16A XK8 Coupe & Conv (1996-2006), XKR (1999-2006) C16B……New XK and XKR Coupe and Conv (2007-on) C17: S-Type Sedans (1999-on) C18: X-Type Sedans and Estate Wagon (2002-on) C19A: Preservation Class (more than 35 years old) C19B……Preservation Class (20 to 35 years old) C20…..…XF Sedans (2008-On) Note 1: Majestic, Daimler, Daimler Double Six, Daimler Sovereign, and Daimler Majestic models are eligible for Champion Division Classes 10, 11, 12 and 13 according to their years, engines, and body styles
Driven Division Classes D 1: D 2: D 3: D 4: D 5:
All Classics (Pre-XK engine) and XK120, XK140, XK150 E-Types Series 1(1961-1967) E-Types Series 1.5(1968) and Series 2 E-Types (1968-71) E-Types Series 3(1971-75) Early Large Saloons: MK VII, MK VIII, MK IX, MK 10, 420G (1950-70); Early Small Saloons: MK I (2.4&3.4), MK 2 Series (2.4, 3.4, 3.8 liter, Daimler V8), 240, 340; S-type 3.4S, 3.8S, & Jaguar and Daimler 420(1966-69) D 6: XJ6/12 Series I and II, Saloons and Coupes (1968-79); Series II XJ6, XJ6 Sovereign and XJ6 VDP (1979-87); Series III V12 and V12 VDP (1979-92) Note 1 D 7: XJ6 (XJ40) Sedans (1987-94); XJ-12 (XJ40)(1993-94);XJ6/12/R,(X300)(1995-97) Note 1 D8A: XJ-S/SC (1976-91 Pre-Facelift), Coupes & Convertibles, H&E Conv; Jaguar Sport, XJR-S, etc. D8B: XJ-S (1991-96 Facelift) Coupe, Conv, XJR-S Jaguar Sport D9A XK8 Coupes and Conv (1996-2006), XKR (1999-2006) D9B …..XK and XKR Coupe and Conv (2007-on) D10: XJ8/R Sedans (X308) (1998-2003), XJ8/R Sedans(X350 Alloy)(2004-on) Note 1 D11: S-Type Sedans (1999-on), X-Type Sedans & Estate Wagons (2002-on) D12…….XF Sedans (2008-on) Note 1: Majestic, Daimler, Daimler Double Six, Daimler Sovereign, and Daimler Majestic models are eligible for Driven Division Classes 6, 7, and 10 according to their years, engines and body styles
Special Division Classes S 1: S 2: S 3: S 4:
Factory produced and prepared Competition Jaguars, Factory-sponsored Competition and Limited Production Jaguars Production Jaguars privately prepared and modified for competition Modified Replica (non production, Jaguar powered)
Please go to www.jcna.com the JCNA Concours d’ Elegance Rule Book for Instructions, General Rules, and Requirements for classes.
We met at the McDonald’s in Streetsboro.
The tour was laid out for club members by Mike Meyer. We started in Streetsboro, and followed Mike’s directions, watching the sites, until we all ended up at the Spread Eagle Tavern for a wonderful lunch together. “Never a meeting without eating!” - Thanks Mike!
An unusual co-pilot!
JCO members pick cards from Mike Meyer at every stop along the route. Maureen Roman chooses her card, while Ava Singerman, Bob Palmer, and Jim Maser look on.
Drawing a new card at every stop.. JCO members put their heads together and watched Tom fix his car at the Wildlife Area. Tom and Diane arrived safely at the Tavern. Their secret... always carry duct tape in your tolbox!
Thomas Inwood and his daughter with his award winning 1973 XKE Roadster.
"Oh yes, there was something I wanted to add before we closed this staff and servants May discussion. This year, on Father's Day, we will enjoy the company of many of our friends, bringing their more unusual automobiles over here to the Manor House. I fear that there may be so many, that we will just park them on the front lawn, so you, Mick, Jim, and Steven, get some men over here and make it as presentable as it can be. Heavens, it may be the start of a tradition."
And indeed it was, it later became the Stan Hywet Father's Day Car Show. Long an automobile gathering where you could show off your car without accumulating points, it became known as a "fun" show for all who admired and appreciated cars of any era. The car show was again this year on Father's Day, June 20 - The Akron Beacon Journal said that there were 8,000 spectators and over 400 cars. I haven't been there for a few years, but it hasn't changed much. As a matter of fact, this is where I first met Jackie and Jerry Litz driving their blue XJS top down roadster. Many years ago Jag Club members began meeting at the show and we continued counting it as a great additional place to meet and talk about Jags (and other cars). For 2010, it was the year of the Lincoln!
Herb Neides, of Solon, Ohio, with his grandson and â€œBest In Showâ€? 1953 XK120 Jaguar.
Nice Packard Darrin (Movie Stars used to drive these in the Black & White Days).
Lois and Bob Barbero and their trophy for a winning entry with JAGBLEU.
I told my grandson, Max, that a particular Lincoln Continental convertible was identical to the Lincoln that President Kennedy was assassinated in. There was also a particularly beautiful stainless steel-sided convertible from the 30's parked up near the entrance to the house. While shooting many pictures of an XK140 coupe I commented to an elderly lady who was watching that I thought she would look attractive in the 140, she looked at me and said she'd better, it was her car!! Again, the Stan Hywet show did not disappoint in the least. A perfect summer day! - From Rick Vanek
Paul and Carol Neidert with their award winning Woody.
Jim Krause and Dave McNeill brought their Jaguars and David Levy brought his Tesla to the show.
Some Italian guy we know.
Mike Meyer with Ava Singerman showing the Winning Hand!
JCO Does It Again
It was a beautiful spring fling. Our spring tour had sunny weather and convertible tops quickly came down. What a great way to start JCO's summer events. Thirty some members enjoyed the ride and the scenic stops along the way where we drew playing cards hoping we would have the winning poker hand at the conclusion of the tour. Once again we ended our tour at the rustic and historical Spread Eagle Tavern in Hanoverton. Congradulations to Ava Singerman and Bob Palmer who had the winning hand. A bonus was seeing Bob Palmer who as many of you members might know is undergoing cancer treatments now. It must have been a real treat for him to get out and he chose to spend it with us. Continuing good luck with your treatments Bob. When we arrived at the tavern there were signs posted in our parking area "car show today". The many patrons enjoyed the line up of Jaguars and of course we love showing them off. A good meal and a lot of friendly chatter made it another good day for JCO. We do have fun don't we? JJ
May 15, 2010 Spring Tour & Poker Run Attendees Mike Meyer Bob Palmer & Ava Singerman George Deal Robert & Bonnie Munz Tom & Diane Rothers Jim & Marianne Maser Chuck & Marlene Roman Jerry & Jackie Litz Gary & Ashley (daughter) Feldman Bob & Lois Barbero Bart Sawyer Ted & Marilyn Stults Dominic Perri & Irene Chudzik Phil & Alison First Victor & Marion Lia Gary Schreckengost
Allison and Phillip First
Lunchtime at the Spread Eagle Tavern
The Feldmans enjoyed the ride with the top down!
Victor & Marion Lia, and Tom & Diane Rothers
Jerry Heiniger of Anderson, Indiana, was awarded First Place & Best in Show with his 1956 XK140 at the British Car Showdown.
A beautiful summer day brought out MANY types of British cars for the Saturday, British Car Showdown. Bruce Eckstein waves goodbye as he leaves the Mid-Ohio Infield Saturday afternoon.
Dave McNeillâ€™s XKE at Mid-Ohio.
Victor Prince wins First Place with his 1973 XJ-6.
Brent Reifsnyder wins Second Place with his 1989 XJS Convertible. Dominic Perri wins Third Place with his 2006 XJ8 VDP.
A Mid-Ohio Race Fan driving to a favorite viewing spot.
Jim Halas of Delaware, Ohio took second place in the Judgeâ€™s Choice Contemporary Class AND the Peopleâ€™s Choice Contemporary Class with his 2004 XK8 Supercharged Jaguar.
Join the JCO for the summer picnic at the Edgewater Yacht Club on
August 14, 2010 at 12:30 PM. JCO will provide Burgers, Brats, & Buns. Members please bring a covered dish to share and BYOB (nothing fancy). RELAX... our concours is over! Come & enjoy conversation
& the sailing sights with fellow JCO members. Directions can be found online at www.eycweb.com
Look for more info to be posted on the www.jcna.com website!
Mike Meyer was visiting family in St. Augustine, Florida and that weekend they drove up highway A1A along the coast to the show. The show was put on by the North Florida Jaguar Club, and it had a number of interesting cars, which Mike tookpictures of to share with us. Thanks Mike!
Anyone have E type advertising hidden in your Jaguar archives? Share it with the JAGMAG for the 50th Anniversary celebration of the E type.
Do you remember this event? Who are the rest of the folks in the picture? Anyone know? Anyone remember this handsome devil? Donâ€™t forget to visit the Jags at the
Akron Zoo too!
Pittsburgh Vintage GrandPrix Check out the 2010 Grand Prix Race Week Schedule online at www.pvgp.org Events include the Kick-Off Rallye, Blacktie & Tailpipes, PVGP Test & Tune at BeaveRun, PVGP Historic Races at BeaveRun, an Invitational Car Show on Walnut Street, and so much more!
Joel & Sandy Gordon in a 1973 E Type Roadster, leaving the Solon Commons Weekly Cruise - In.
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Josh Miller in a 1991 XJS, 4.3L, V-12. Parked at the Solon Commons Cruise - In.
Jaguar Club of Pittsburgh Concours at the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Schenley Park in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Linda Drago 4653 Homeridge Drive Munhall, PA 15120 telephone: 412-462-9837
Jaguar Affiliates of Michigan Concours at the Marriott at Eagle Crest Conference Center, Ypsilanti Call:Tom Bailey, at (313) 534-5163 for more details. Join us in Ypsilanti, Michigan for our 43rd Concours d'Elegance (1275 S. Huron,Ypsilanti, exit 183 just south of I-94). Cars will be displayed 10-4 p.m. Saturday followed by the Banquet and Awards.
LATE ADDITION: Cincinnati Concours on August 28, 2010 JagMag deadlines are May 7th, July 7th, September 7th, and November 7th.
Greater Cincinnati's Concours returns to The White House Inn in West Chester, north of Cincinnati, for its 8th year.
ALL X TYPES This is very important for all X Type owners to pay particular attention to. Have your wheel lug nuts checked!
For the fourth straight year, the American Le Mans Series presented by Tequila Patron and the IZOD IndyCar Series descend upon Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course as each series begin its final stretch of the season. Support series include Firestone Indy Lights, the Patron GT3 Challenge and the GT and Touring car classes of the SCCA World Challenge.
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If you try to check their tightness, you may find out that you will not be able to remove all of them with the wrench that is supplied in the tool kit. You may have to have a garage remove them with an impact wrench, or in a worse case scenario, have one or more break off and then drilled out to remove the wheel. Weekend Schedule We see on an average of 1 out of 2 cars that Friday, August 6 have rusted lug nuts. Particularly the fronts. 1:50 p.m. - American Le Mans Series You must make sure that the wheel studs & Vitesse Program nuts are generously lubricated with an anti seize paste like "Neverseize". 1:55 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Qualifying – What happens is if a nut is rusted to it's stud, American Le Mans Series GT/GTC the decorative outer cap of the nut will weaken and spin off with the force of the socket. Then 2:25 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. Qualifying – the nut itself will start to round off (with a smaller American Le Mans Series LMP/LPC socket) & eventually either round off so much Saturday, August 7 that you can no longer put a socket on the nut, 7:00 a.m. Gates and Registration Open or it will snap at the collar. At that point you will 8:00 a.m. - Practice – Firestone Indy Lights not be able to remove the wheel until the nut is 9:00 a.m. - Practice – IZOD IndyCar Series cut off with a hole saw then the stud will have 10:15 a.m. Race #1 – World Challenge to be removed for a new one. Championships God forbid you should encounter this on the 11:35 a.m. Qualifying – Firestone Indy Lights 12:35 p.m. Qualifying – IZOD IndyCar road after a flat tire, & you find out you can't remove the wheel. Have these checked soon! 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Average price to replace the broken nut & American Le Mans Series Pre-Race new stud, $200.00 to $300.00. Ceremony -Vitesse Program A little grease and regular service... 3:00 p.m. – 5:45 p.m. Mid-Ohio Sports Car Challenge – Priceless! American Le Mans Series Race 6:00 p.m. – 6:30p.m. American Le Mans Series Do you have a question Post Race Ceremony
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