Exciting collection of Jaguar Heritage vehicles on display at the HMC
By Luke Hudman
Visitors to the Heritage Motor Centre will be able to see a collection of ten Jaguar Heritage vehicles representing some of Jaguar’s finest sports car and racing history from Saturday 21 July. The display will enable fans of Jaguar to see and admire some of these beautiful iconic models.
This exciting collection ranges from a 1938 SS100 to a Jaguar Formula One racer from the 2000 season. Other models include the 1951 XK120 that was driven continuously for seven days and seven nights at Monthléry, the 1954 D-type and 1988 XJR-9 Le Mans cars, the unique XJ13 and the XJ220 concept car. Other models on display include a Mark ll (Coombs), E-type Group 44 and XJS TWR. Many of the models are original and fully operational, just as they left the factory. The collection represents an exciting addition from one of Britain’s most iconic marques to the HMC’s already comprehensive display of classic British cars.
Tim Bryan, Head of Collections & Interpretation at the Heritage Motor Centre stated “We are delighted to be working with our colleagues at Jaguar Heritage and show-casing this amazing collection of vehicles for visitors to enjoy and admire”.
Entry prices to the Museum are: Adults £11, Child £8 (5-16 years) under 5 free, Concessions £9 & Family £34 (2 adults & up to 3 children).