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Jaguar Club of Ohio 2010 Club Officers President Chuck Roman - 330-725-0213 E-mail: crmrmedina@zoominternet.net Vice President/Activities Mike Meyer - 330-294-0890 E-mail: mhm2@roadrunner.com Secretary Chuck & Wendy McIntosh 330-877-3197 E-mail: cmcintosh@neo.rr.com Treasurer Randy Brown - 440-582-5457 E-mail: xj8@cox.net Membership Chairman Jerry Litz - 440-238-0782 E-mail: jerxj@aol.com Concours Paul Neidert - 330-753-3331 E-mail: webexke@sbcglobal.net Bob Barbero - 440-543-8207 440-543-8206-Fax E-mail: rtbarbero@aol.com Chief Judge Paul Cusato 216-881-7990-Bus. 216-881-7778-Fax E-mail: growlerjags@aol.com JagMag Editor Irene Eve Chudzik JAGMAG2010@yahoo.com JagMag Co - Editor Dominic Perri - 330-467-3953 E-mail: dperri6699@aol.com Publisher Rick Vanek - 330-722-2297 E-mail: jagrik@aol.com At-Large Board Members Jim Krause Bill Madden Dominic Perri Ava Singerman Ted Stults Rick Vanek

Inside this Issue

JCO President, Chuck Roman Tech Session at Cleveland Jaguar Jaguar Jerry's Jargon Night at the Races at Northfield Park

pg. 4 pg. 5 pg. 6 & 7 pg. 8 Christmas Party at Glenmoor Country Club pg. 9 2010 Glenmoor Gathering pg. 10 & 11 2010 Glenmoor Gathering pg. 12 & 13 Rallye to the Clambake pg. 14 & 15 Clambake at the Neidert’s Fill’er Up Cafe pg. 16 & 17 Thank You! Mike Cooper & Tony Burgess pg. 18 Medina Fall Leaf Tour pg. 19 JACO Slalom pg. 20 Vintage Jag in ‘A New York Heartbeat’ Film pg. 21 Deck the House Fundraiser for Providence House pg. 22 JCO Board Meeting at the Ohio Technical College pg. 23 JCNA 2011 Calendar Celebrating the E-Type pg. 24 Jaguar Racing Season Finale & Tech Tips pg. 25 Club Merchandise Order Form pg. 26 Membership Report & Application Form pg. 27 2010 JCO Event Calendar pg. 28 Sale-O-Rama pg. 29 Advertising pg. 30 to 32

Bring your kind heart and generous pocketbook to the JCO Christmas Party at the Glenmoor Country Club.

We will be selling raffle tickets and have a silent auction of items to benefit the Providence House. Also Join us on December 7, 2010 for the Deck the House Fundraiser at the Cleveland Browns Stadium *All members are welcome to attend*

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.

Executive Board Meeting Schedule December 3, 2010

The President’s Gala at the Glenmoor Country Club - Location to be Announced 2011 Board Meeting Dates in Next Issue

January 19, 2011


As we drive into a Fall / Winter Season the Jaguar motoring options are dwindling. For those of you who Ava Singerman participated in the Clambake, I am sure you all Left Paul & and Bob Palmer Caro l ’ s “ Filling Station” well fed and happy. Thanks to Rick & at Light the Night. Phyllis Vanek for organizing the Rally that took place before the Clambake. For those who don’tknow, Phyllis is currently undergoing Chemotherapy so please keep her & Rick in your thoughts and prayers. The next outing (RSVP please) is the annual “Night at the Races” November 13, at Northfield Park.. Please see the 2010 Northern Ohio Light The Night Walks a HUGE Success! registration form or contact Carol Neidert at

webexke@scglobal.net to make your reservation.

Over 3,300 walkers came together this Fall at our Akron, Cleveland and Toledo Light The Night walks to help strike out Also MARK YOUR CALENDAR for the JCO Christmas blood cancers! Proceeds are projected to exceed over Party to be held at Glenmoor Country Club, Canton Ohio. $410,000! There were supporters, survivors, and loved ones RSVP Deadline is Nov. 26, 2010…. And there are rooms being celebrated at the walks. Thank you to all that contributed available at the Club for about $100.00 a night so you don’t to making the walks a success! We want to especially thank our have to drive home… if you don’t want to…! sponsors, committee members, team captains, top fundraisers All in all it was a busy year, and we have some great and volunteers for their support! At $2,810.00, our team is only $300 out of the top 10 outings and tours in the works for next year… and let ’ s n ot non-corporate teams. Top 10 teams get special recogforget the national show in Columbus in July next year.. nition and additional perks. Please note that donations this four day event promises to be a once in a lifetime Jaguar to the cause (& counted toward our Triumph for Bob outing… Check the JCNA website and the Columbus Groups club team) can still be mailed to the address below. page for details…. I have already made my hotel reservations Checks should be made payable to The Leukemia & and suggest you consider doing the same. We will have more Lymphoma Society (or LLS) and sent to:

info as the plan unfolds.

Please plan ahead and review out scheduled events.. if there is something you would like to do.. just let me know and we will try to work out the details to make it happen… Chuck and Marlene Roman for the JCO.

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, 23297 Commerce Park, Cleveland, OH 44122 Attn: Light The Night - Make sure you note it is for th e “Triumph for Bob” Team.

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.

Submit pictures for use in the JagMag and the JCO website.

Please send your entries to: Mike Meyer 8134 Crystal Creek Sagamore Hills, Ohio 44067 Email: mhm2@roadrunner.com


Who Would Have Thunk It?? Jaguar sales are posting new record sales since the new XJ has been seen, and accepted overwhelmingly by the public and auto experts worldwide. A big holdup in production, believe it or not, is a shortage of engines! They hope that will be addressed shortly. Feel good about that don't we?

2012 is shaping up to be another banner year for Jaguar as there will be a refresh of the XF. There will be a change in the rear tail lamps and most notably a more upright grille as on the XJ. Speaking of grilles, the rectangle is now the new shape on all upcoming models including the XK. Designers don't see the oval grille as fitting in with the new models in the works,.The outlook now is for an XF estate, a coupe, and definitely a sports car in the next two model years. WOW, somebody is working hard and spending about one billion $ in R&D. Also in the next two years there will be a new 8 speed transmission, a better transmission and lightweight body panels and frames will mean more efficiency and therefore better fuel mileage. I feel the coming CAFE standards due in 2016 are unreasonable and will be modified unless you want to try to sell cars that nobody wants to buy, and that's where it's headed.

Jag evaluates C-X75 for production

JJ

Jaguar is planning production feasibility studies of up to 2000 cars a year for its new 780bhp C-X75 supercar, according to sources. Jag is remaining coy about firm production plans for the elegant mid-engined C-X75, but Autocar sources say that two levels of production are under consideration. The higher one is up to 2000 cars a year, the lower one up to 1000 cars a year. Each needs to be explored independently because they demand different production methods — the lower number with more hand assembly and lower tooling costs, the higher one with more automation, but higher tooling costs. A production version faithful to the gas turbine-powered C-X75 will also have to wait between five-and-seven years while Jaguar proves and productionises the Bladon Jets micro gas-turbines at the heart of the hybrid-electric powertrain. “ We ’ re talking two-to-three years for implementation of the gas turbine technology, then another three-to-four years to integrate into a vehicle,” says Jag’s head of advanced powertrain Tony Harper. The cost of developing the gas turbines for production could be in the C-X75’s favour, being significantly less than an equivalent IC engine, running into the “tens of millions”. Harper is also confident the gas turbines can be engineered and proven to rigorous car industry reliability and endurance standards: “There ’ s much less to go wrong; there’s about 100 times fewer parts in a gas turbine than an IC engine.” The load duty-cycle of the gas turbine will also be less harsh over its lifetime, being characterised by steady running at 80,000 rpm, rather than the ever-changing rev pattern of an IC engine. Replicating a production supercar faithful to the C-X75 design is largely dependent on these gas turbines, because they take up such little space in the engine bay that Jaguar has been able to position the cabin 300mm further back than typical in a conventionally-powered supercar. The styling of the C-X75 is the work of a senior member of Jaguar's design team, Matt Beaven, whose credits include the R Coupé and RD6 concepts. A former VW designer, Beaven counts the original VW Touran and secondgen Audi A3 among his work. Julian Rendell


Historic Jaguar C-Type to Fetch $3.7 Million in London was the headline, but AUCTION RESULTS: Lot 153 was Not Sold at a high bid of $2,769,550

"Specifically designed to win the Le Mans 24 hour race, the legendary C-T ype Jaguar is one of the most desirable sports racing cars ever built," notes Max Girardo, Managing Director of RM Europe. "Powered by a 210bhp, 3,442 cc six-cylinder engine, Jaguar C-Types have an enviable racing heritage from the glory days of 1950s motorsport. The example on offer, XKC-015 is a wonderful illustration and an exciting addition to our London sale." The C-Type did not sell, and it is not known when it will be re-of fered.

RM Auctions returned to Battersea Evolution in the heart of London, England on October 27th for the annual Automobiles of London sale. The event’s top seller was the famous 1964 Aston Martin DB5 James Bond movie car; becoming not only the most expensive Aston but also the most valuable film car ever sold at auction at $4,608,531 (£2,912,000). US Collector Harry Yeaggy bought the car at the sale in person. Yeaggy said the car ’s new home would be in a US museum - but beforehand he planned to “have a bit of fun” taking the car for a spin around the streets of the British capital.

The impressive results of RM’s 2010 Automobiles of London event were generated by bidders from 30 different countries on the telephone, online, and assembled in the standing-room-only venue.

Sold at a price of $4,608,531.00

Top Sales: 1964 Aston Martin DB5 $4,608,531 £2.912.000

1998 Jaguar XKR James Bond Special Effects Car Offered without Reserve, Sold at a price of $88,626.00.

- Special Effects Car 1 (SFX1) - Featured in ‘Die Another Day’, starring Pierce Brosnan as 007 - One of only four built with four-wheel drive and driven in ice chase scene Die Another Day, released by MGM Studios and Eon Productions in November 2002, was the 20th film in the James Bond series, the most successful film series of all time. Pierce Brosnan reprised his role as James Bond, Agent 007, for the last time before the franchise returned to the beginning of the 007 timeline with Daniel Craig’ s role in Casino Royale. In typical Bond fashion, Brosnan was shown driving an Aston Martin Vanquish. The villain Zao, played by Rick Yune, drove a highly modified Jaguar XKR equipped with a Gatling gun mounted centrally behind the seats, mis siles firing from the front grilles, rocket launchers in the doors and mortars in the boot. No less than eight XKRs were used for filming, all of which were formerly Jaguar Cars engineering development fleet vehicles that were converted by Jaguar’s own Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) in conjunction with Pinewood Studios’ in- house special effects team. Half of the XKRs were standard two-wheel drive XKRs with cosmetic modifications. In order to prepare for the dramatic car chase on ice, however, the other four XKRs were built on a completely bespoke four-wheel drive chassis. All eight cars were painted the same green as Jaguar ’s Formula 3 racing team with Dorchester grey body kits, an R-performance option interior with Recaro bucket seats, 20-inch silver Detroit-style road wheels and Brembo brakes. The car is original and unmodified since the end of filming, as built by Jaguar SVO & Pinewood Film Studios. Being sold directly from Jaguar Heritage, this is the very first time that this blue-chip piece of Bond memorabilia with unquestionable provenance has been of fered for sale. It is a unique piece of movie history and one of the most stunningly designed and dynamic villain’ s cars in the history of the Bond franchise.

RM Auctions had 5 Jaguars up for sale in the “Automobiles of London” Auction held on October 27, 2010

FOR NEW MEMBERS ONLY! Pay for a 1/2 year membership, after July 1st. NOT FOR RENEWALS!! Jerry Auto Parts Art!

From the September 13, 2010

AUTOWEEK Page 84

These items were all fabricated from junk 1950 and 1960 automobile parts by a gentleman in Australia. Very creative guy. This is the man that converts parts of cars scrapped sculptures worth thousands of dollars. The Australian artist James Corbett, 46-year-old creates these sculptures using salvaged His sculptures are made of gears, spark plugs, exhaust, old car parts. radiator, anything that the artist can achieve.


2010 Glenmoor Gathering “Historic Motorcars of Cleveland,” “Cars of Giotto Bizzarrini” - and Duesenberg! September 17 - 19, 2010

First Auction held in conjunction with the Glenmoor Gathering.

Classic Motorcar Auction September 18, 2010

Buyer paid (with bid and fees) $102,300.00 for the 1958 Porsche 356A 1600 Speedster (pictured on the catalog above). Ken Foran of JCO also exhibited his models.

Dominic Perri (JCO Member) at the Glenmoor Gathering in Canton.


Glenmoor Gathering Jaguars 1962 Jaguar XKE E-Type Series I Roadster Chuck Loper of Richfield, Ohio won a Class Award of Distinction

1936 Jaguar SS100 Roadster Don Marsh Columbus, Ohio

Pictures by: Irene Chudzik

1955 Jaguar XK140 MC Roadster David Benson of Reisterstown, Maryland


1933 Duesenberg SJ Beverly Berline by Murphy owned by

Best in Show

Judge Joseph and Margie Cassini of West Orange, New Jersey.

The 2011 Glenmoor Gathering will feature “Avante Garde: Early Front Wheel Drive” “Sixteen Cylinder Motorcars” and the “Automobiles of Darrin”

1947 Ford Station Wagon Deluxe Woodie Paul & Carol Neidert of Wadsworth, Ohio won a Class Award of Distinction.


Linda Burk & Nancy Rapaszky planning the drive.

The Rallye to the Clambake

started at the Chase Bank parking lot at Summit Mall. The JCO members that attended were: Rick Vanek, Chuck Roman, Jim Sonderman, Jerry & Jackie Litz, George Deal, Rebecca Marsh, Linda Burk, Nancy Rapaszky, John Schindler, Kathy Silvestro, Jeffery & Joanne Schiemann, Patrick & Anne-Marie Saunier, Randall & Frances Radefeld, Tom & Diane Rothers, Bill & Kris Stroud, Irene Chudzik and Dominic Perri.


Our Hosts Paul & Carol Neidert

The Clambake was awesome. A crisp, clear day, an enjoyable rallye to the bake, & excellent Jaguar Club companions.

We spent the day in conversation, jokes, laughter, smiles, & full bellies! Thanks So Much!!!


George Deal, Rebecca Marsh Dave & Robin Levy Nancy Rapaszky & Linda Burk

Jackie and Jerry Litz

Win the Rallye to the Clambake

Debbie cooking at the grill.

Dominic Perri, Jim Krause

Bill Madden

Eric Gordon wins the 50/50 Raffle

Randy Brown

hands over the cash!

Rick Vanek

Karen & Mike Meyer

Jeff Schiemann & Bob Palmer


Thanks Mike Cooper for the Side Boards and Side Board Ticket Packs for the JCO Ursuline Concours. Thank you Tony Burgess of the British Car Council for your continued support of the Jaguar Club of Ohio Concours D’Elegance at the British Car Day. Also want to Thank Mike Cooper for his generous donation of Hardcover Automotive Books for the Silent Auction for Providence House at the upcoming Christmas Gala.

Mike Cooper at the 2010 JCO Concours D’ Elegance at Ursuline College.

New deadline dates for submission of any items for JagMag publications. Issues Jan. - Feb. 2011 March - April 2011 May- June 2011 July - Aug. 2011 Sept. - Oct. 2011 Nov. - Dec. 2011 -

Deadline Dates Dec. 15, 2010 Thank you for your Feb. 14, 2011 cooperation. April 15, 2011 Please email any June 15, 2011 questions to Aug. 16, 2011 jagmag2010@yahoo.com Oct. 16, 2011

Please send your club members to the JCNA Shoppe and the JCNA publications area. Due to the change in administration we can offer Jaguar Journals in sets in the shoppe as JJSET. We will fill any needs that are possible in updating your club library or an individual library. As it is almost the Christmas season and I encourage all of you to take advantage of JCNA's JAGUARUS book in the shoppe by Dugdale/COOK. Simply put if you have not read this work you do not understand the impact of the US on Jaguar. It is also available at 50% discount to any site you might find!!! We also want to remind you that the E50CAL - E Type Celebration Calendar (2011 calendar) is available and would make a great present for the holidays. This is the first year for the JCNA calendar and you will want to have a first issue so that 10 years from now you will have a complete set. These are produced in limited quantity and you need to act now if you want them. Once gone they are gone. Thanks for your support this year since April and if you have any request for products or ideas please contact us.

JCNA


Karen & Mike Meyer Local Medina Farmers?

2010 Fall Foilage Tour Attendees

Chuck & Marlene Roman, Mike & Karen Meyer, Bob & Lois Barbero, George Deal & Rebecca Marsh

A wonderful Fall Day enjoyed by many.

Thank you Medina

Fall Tour Sponsors!


Pictures by Mike Meyer.

Wow! What a great event on Sunday October 24th at 11AM. The first JCNA slalom event at the Franklin County Fairgrounds. A timed speed event where you run your car on a figure 8 type course. The Max speed was about 25 mph so it was safe, but what fun it was! This was really practice for our Challenge Championship next year. This was a great opportunity to bring your Jag and test its agility. Take a look at JCNA.com to learn more about the slalom.

The directions were: What you will need to bring or do: (rain or shine) 1. Bring lunch, or snack and drink. (strictly, no alcohol if you plan on driving) 2. Vehicle trunk and interior must me cleared of any loose items. 3. You must wear a helmet, please bring yours to wear, or we will have some loaners on hand. If you have extra helmets bring them to share. 4. Tires and car will be inspected for safety. It is advised to raise your tire pressures to handle the extra cornering Gs. There will be a compressor on site. 5. Your car must be fitted with a seat belt in order to run. Written by: George Keller


For the slalom, Dave ran 65.5 seconds on his first run, and by his last run he got it down to just over 58 seconds.

Dave Putnam and his Jaguar at the JACO Slalom.

Pittsburgh, PA - It all started when a movie director walking around looking for cars for his movie, saw Dave Putnam's car at the Pittsburgh Concours. In September he got the call to be the lead car in the movie. An Independent Film Company, Laura Davis Productions, out of LA, have done HBO work in the past.The movie is A New York Heartbeat, Directed by Tjardus Greidanus. The Costume department called him and said they need his measurements, to get you a costume. He sent pictures of some of his own suits, and they said bring your own suit.They outfitted him with a creme shirt, and wingtip shoes for the 50's look. Dave bought a Fedora hat, to finish off his Gangster costume. They wanted me to come on a 4 hour drive and then work all night. I'm retired.....I said I'll come the day before. He trailered his car and they arranged for him to stay at the Shady Side Inn. He watched some shoots in a warehouse, and then they told him to be downtown on Sixth street around midnight. Eric Roberts is the lead gangster. Dave was the driver for Eric Roberts.They set up lights, took down street signs, and had the street lined with 50's Ford's and Chevy's. The main costume lady looked him over and made him change his tie, and decided on no eye glasses. They finally started the shoot around 2 AM. The first shot was drive up to the front of the church, open the door for Eric, and then they all walked across the street.They did some practice and a dry run, and then it took three times to get the shot the way the director wanted it. There were five guys in the car besides himself. And the first time they got in, Eric Roberts was smoking a cigar in the back seat. He said the other guys had cigars too, but they weren't lit. Eric Roberts is a nice guy, and he made me feel comfortable. The second time they drove up, he got out, opened up the trunk and handed out shot guns to everyone and ran across the street. Then they went to a First street warehouse for a bit more shooting, and they wrapped up about 7 AM. Then he packed up and came home. Dave Putnam, interviewed by phone. Irene Chudzik

Dave Putnam put many hard and long hours of work into his 1950 MK V Jaguar Saloon in Silver. Dave is a member of the Jaguar Association of Central Ohio.

Photos by: Cait Murray, Kristin Trabucco and Dave Putnam.

Eric Roberts and Dave Putnam in costume for the scene filmed with Dave’s Vintage Jaguar.


Don’t Miss It! An Event at the Ohio Technical College

February 19, 2011 at 10 AM

The Year of the Rat as a Goodwrench Mechanic.

for all JCO Members.

Ohio Technical College (OTC) - The Executive Board

Meeting was held at the OTC & we had an extraordinary tour of their facilities. Thank you from the Club to Jordan Brenner, Mary Kazmir, Owen Hamrick & Ed Hofstrum.

Mike Meyer, Bob Barbero, Dominic Perri, Mike Cooper, Randy Brown, Jordan Brenner, Marlene Roman, Mary Kazmir, Chuck Roman, Ed Hofstrom, Jerry Litz, & Jim Krause.

High Performance & Racing Building on East 49th Street in Cleveland, Ohio.

www.ohiotechnicalcollege.com


2010 SCCA (Sport Cars Club of America) Pro Racing Trans-Am Series 43rd Season – Braselton, Georgia Oct.1, 2010

Tomy Drisi, of Hollywood, Calif., started the race and went from seventh place to fourth on the first lap.The #5 Unstoppable Jaguar XKR was doing well. When it went into the second lap it developed what seemed to be a mechanical problem. So,Tomy headed into the pits for the team to investigate. The RSR crew jumped right in to look things over, and it was decided not to take the chance going back out in the race and risk the car. It turned out that there was an electrical issue which put an early end to their promising race result. Drissi stated, “Unfortunately it is the end of the season.Thanks to the RSR crew for all their hard work this year. It was a really tough year, but I have been part of Gentilozzi's squad for five year now.They have brought me some really good times, and we have gone through really long time together. We put our heads up high for the work we did this year, last year we won the championship, but it just wasn't our fate this season. None of this would have been possible without the support of my partners, especially 20th Century Fox, I can't thank them enough.” It may have been a tough season, but Drissi still managed a top-three rank in the 2010 Driver's Championship, finishing third overall. After ten rounds, Drissi earned one win in the 2010 season opener at New Jersey Motorsports Park, four front row starts including one pole at Toronto, four podium finishers, five top-fives and nine top-ten finishes. Drissi wound up with 984 total points. East Lansing, Michigan (October 25, 2010) JAGUAR RSR announces its plan to travel to the other side of the world for one last race in 2010. The team will field a JaguarRSR SKR GT2 in the final round of the Intercontinental Le Mans Cup, the 1000 km of Zhuhai in China, November 7th. This event at Zhuhai International Circuit will be the first race in China, but it is also the first major endurance racing event in China. JaguarRSR looks to test its' performance against some of the top international sports car teams from manufacturers such as Porsche, BMW, Ferrari and Lamborghini competing in the LM GT2 category.

Oh, how we long for the ‘Good Old Days’ An Automotive Repair Advertisement in 1928... sent on a penny postcard. Thank you Mark Bruss and Paul Cusato

The duo of Trans-Am legend Gentilozzi (American) and the vastly experienced international sports car racer Marc Goossens (Belgian) will take the challenge behind the wheel in this 1000 km/six-hour endurance event. This race will mark their eighth start as teammates.

Activities for this race weekend start on Thursday, November 4th with two practice sessions. Additional practice time will be available on Friday and Saturday morning ahead of qualifying for the GT category on Saturday at 2:30 p.m. CST, local time. The 1000 km of Zhuhai will take the green flag a 12:00 p.m. on Sunday, November7th. There is a 12-hour time difference from the US Easter Time Zone.

Hope that you will follow and enjoy this event.

View COOL RACING Pictures at the Jaguar Website http://www.jaguar.com/gl/en/#/experience/jaguarrsr/gallery

for Paul?

send them to

jagmag2010@yahoo.com


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ADVERTISING INFORMATION Classified ads on our Sale-O-Rama page are FREE to JCO members. Non-members - $10.00 for 3 issues. Business Card Ads are $6.00 per issue.

To run an ad, please contact Mr. Jerry Litz at 440-238-0782 All advertising must be received 1 week prior to dead-line date. Please inform when you no longer wish to advertise, or you have sold the item/s.

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mentioned in the last issue. Some joined us at the Rallye and Clambake, pictured below.

Jagmag encourages new members to share their information & pictures by sending them to jagmag2010@yahoo.com

Randall & Frances Radefeld

Patrick & Ann-Marie Saunier


Four Dayton wire wheels

with older Bridgestone BT70s tires. Absolutely NO nicks or scratches! NEVER driven on in the winter. Comes with center caps, chrome wheels lugs and washers. Call 216-881-7990

Four 19" XKR wheels with Continentals. Newly reconditioned and 3000 miles on the tires. Call 216-881-7990

Call for Special Pricing.

Four X Type 18" "Aruba" wheels. Very hard to find. Recently reconditioned. With center caps.

Call 216-881-7990 Call for Special Pricing.

Jaguar Memorabilia For Sale Call Mike Mauro 330-507-1313 Hats jackets, models, posters etc.

XK 140 MC - FHC, OEW with red hydes, 2nd at Solon, seen at Stan Hywet, 1st in Driven Class at Ursuline, Same owner 43 yrs. $54,900 or very near offer. Call Bill Madden at 330-659-4447

Classified ads on our Sale-O-Rama page are

FREE to JCO members.

Non-members - $10.00 for 3 issues Business Card Ads are $6.00 per issue.

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1953 XK120 DHC - With spats, 37,000 original miles, restored driver, numbers correct. Old English white. All new or restored interior, top, finish, chrome, tires. Reasonable Offers Considered. Call George Weisenbach, Middle Bass Island, OH 419-285-5871

2000 S Type - 78,000 miles. Alpine Green/Oatmeal, New Bridgestones, All maintenance records. Florida car. In Cleveland 3 yrs. $8,900.00. Contact: 216-881-7990

1968 E Type 2 + 2 - Red Ext./Black Int., Nice Paint, Good Chrome, 4 speed, Triple SU carbs/Mallory Unilight distributor, Electronic Ignition MSD, Willwood front disc brakes, new Dayton six inch wire wheels, new knockoffs. $29,500.00 Contact David at 330-745-0759

1995 XJ6 Vanden Plas -

NEW Price! 1966 Jaguar 3.8 S

One owner. Very Good condition. Jade/Jade-Gray. Harmon-Kardon Sound System; traction control, Summer/winter carpet mats. Connolly leather & burled walnut throughout.130,000 miles. Best ‘95 Vanden Plas in the area.$5,200.

Call Bob at: 216-408-2648 or Email: riredelliv@yahoo.com

1971 E-Type Series III V-12, 2+2 -

Left hand drive, Automatic, 3.8L, White exterior, Black interior, body dent free, 77,213 on the odometer, No history. Asking $6,000 Contact Glenn Russell @ 269-651-2106, Sturgis Michigan

Automatic. Silver/black. Very Good condition. Built in June 1971, refurbished in 2002, 1st Place, Driven (9.918 pts.), in 2003 @ JCO Shaker Square British Car Days. New front seats & dash; original rear seats. Wire wheels, wood Nardi steering wheel. Very good A/C. AM/FM/CD. 76,000 miles. $28,500. Call Bob at: 216-408-2648 or email above.

2004 XJ8 NEW PRICE!

Slate/charcoal. Moon roof, new Michelin tires, battery, ceramic brakes, extd. war. 2/2011, excellent condition, 60K miles. $15,500 or OBO. Call Al Ames 419-499-0950 or E-mail: ppleal@verizon.net

2003 S-Type - Grey exterior, charcoal interior. Auto-transmission, heated seats, glass sunroof, V6, all the luxury and safety features Jaguar offers, am/fm cd, 77,000 miles. Asking $12,000.

Karen Monaco 330-495-3960 2 vehicles in stages of restoration which were unfortunately & unexpectedly interupted, & now they both need to find a new “restorer”. So, if you’re looking for that project that will keep you, or your favorite restoration shop busy, Please call

Jennifer @ 216-459-1790

(business phone) or email to digitalgraph@aol.com for more details regarding one/both vehicles.


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