Author: John Coyle

XJS Prices Seem to be Climbing: Will it Become the Next True Collectible Jaguar?

XJS Prices

At least one new report says the era of bargain-basement XJS prices might be coming to an end. Here’s some interesting news for Jaguar fans: According to UK site Classic Car Auction Results, Jaguar XJS prices seem to be on the rise. Now, I’ve wondered before on this blog about why prices for the classic […] More »

  Comments | By - June 19, 2017

Thing of Beauty: 1975 LS1-Powered Jaguar XJ6C

LS1-Powered Jaguar

Regardless about how you feel about cross-brand engine swaps — and I know plenty of folks have strong opinions — any enthusiast will be able to appreciate the stunning amount of work which went into this LS1-powered Jaguar XJ6C.

  Comments | By - June 2, 2017

Nicole Kidman Drives an XJ in Jaguar Chase Scene from ‘The Invasion’

Jaguar Chase Scene

Once again, YouTube delivers another good Jaguar chase scene from a lackluster flick. Well, I don’t know how I missed this one. For a dude who has complained — on this blog, and multiple times — about how much he loves a good Jaguar chase scene, there are still quite a few out there I haven’t […] More »

  Comments | By - May 31, 2017

‘Get Carter’ Was a Crappy Movie — But the Jaguar Chase Scene Was Great

Jaguar Chase Scene — Get Carter

Get Carter was an uninspired remake of a ’70s British mob flick. You should just watch the car chase. I only know get Get Carter has a wicked Jaguar chase scene because it was shot around the corner from my old office in Seattle’s Pioneer Square. For a few weeks, my colleagues and I walked […] More »

  Comments | By - May 3, 2017

‘Robbery’ is a Great Example of Why We Need More Jaguars in the Movies

Jaguars in the Movies — Robbery

Want proof we need to see more Jaguars in the movies? Just watch this chase with an MK 2. As a life-long Jaguar fan, I’ve always wondered why Hollywood — and well, every other movie-making capital — didn’t use more of them in chases. Like I pointed out in my last Jaguar chase scene post, […] More »

  Comments | By - April 18, 2017

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