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‘Jaguars at Gaydon’ celebrates its milestone centenary!

A great day out for any Jaguar fan.

The British Motor Museum will host ‘Jaguars at Gaydon’ on Saturday 3 September which will celebrate its milestone centenary.

Jaguars at Gaydon, now in its third year, is a joint show between the British Motor Museum and the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust (JDHT) in conjunction with the Jaguar Breakfast Club.

The show is a great day out for any Jaguar fan, owner, or enthusiast to see these exciting and powerful cars. Visitors can discover the evolution from Swallow Sidecars in 1922 through to SS Cars and the Jaguar as we know it today. A second motorbike and Swallow Sidecar will be joining JDHT’s own Brough and Sidecar, and the first race winning E-type, ‘ECD 400’ driven by Graham Hill in 1961, will join JDHT’s first E-type roadster ‘77 RW’.  The Swallow Register will also have a superb display including Austin Seven Swallows and a Wolseley Hornet Special. Bob Beecham, well-known for his extensive Jaguar knowledge, will be commentating throughout the day in the show arena.

Jaguars at Gaydon

The JDHT will also be displaying some of their own rare cars plus visitors can see other Jaguars from their collection in the Collections Centre and the dedicated Jaguar Zone inside the Museum.

Tom Caren, Show Manager at the British Motor Museum stated,Whether you’re a member of one of the Jaguar Clubs or not, you’re welcome to come along and see the big cats of the motoring world and help us celebrate this big milestone event!”

Vehicle display is just £10 which includes entry to display a vehicle and admission. Show tickets cost £14.50 per adult, £9 per child, £12.50 per concession and £40 for a family. All tickets must be pre-booked and include entry to the Museum and the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Collection.

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