the fleet: 1995 Jaguar XJ6 3.2

Five years ago, I sold my beautiful 24,000 mile Jade Green XJ6. Its superlative condition meant that I got a good price, but it was still a bittersweet moment; this really was a special car and I couldn’t stop thinking

the fleet: 1995 Jaguar XJ6 3.2

Five years ago, I sold my beautiful 24,000 mile Jade Green XJ6. Its superlative condition meant that I got a good price, but it was still a bittersweet moment; this really was a special car and I couldn’t stop thinking

road test: 2014 Caterham 160

In cars as in life, absolute power corrupts. Today’s performance machines offer ever more of it, with output figures that would have any nineteen seventies schoolboy drooling – the latest BMW M5 pushes out a crushing 560BHP for example, the

road test: 2014 Caterham 160

In cars as in life, absolute power corrupts. Today’s performance machines offer ever more of it, with output figures that would have any nineteen seventies schoolboy drooling – the latest BMW M5 pushes out a crushing 560BHP for example, the

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faded glory: 1989 Jaguar XJ6 3.6

I have a thing for the Jaguar 3.6 AJ6 in-line six. I know it’s fashionable to write long-winded paeans of praise to the genius that was the XK engine, packing it with antics of racing derring-do, but all things said and

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faded glory: 1989 Jaguar XJ6 3.6

I have a thing for the Jaguar 3.6 AJ6 in-line six. I know it’s fashionable to write long-winded paeans of praise to the genius that was the XK engine, packing it with antics of racing derring-do, but all things said and

road test: 1991 Range Rover CSK

To commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the Range Rover (which later went on to be called the Classic) in 1990, Land Rover did a limited edition run of two hundred CSKs. The initials belonged to none other than Charles Spencer

road test: 1991 Range Rover CSK

To commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the Range Rover (which later went on to be called the Classic) in 1990, Land Rover did a limited edition run of two hundred CSKs. The initials belonged to none other than Charles Spencer