This Advent Calendar works just like any other regular calendar or countdown to Christmas/the holidays. This one starts on December 1 and ends on December 24, Christmas Eve. Each day one field/day is activated and clickable. Click on the number that corresponds to the actual date (e.g. on December 1, you click on the number 1, on December 2 on the number 2, etc.). Once activated, fields remain active/clickable/viewable/enjoyable. Fields that have not been activated yet are greyed out (and, yes, are a bit difficult to see). With the last day, the entire photo is in full colour (all fields clickable). To find the numbers faster, a photo of what the photo will look like is available at the bottom of the page, for easier navigation.
You will find photos, videos, links, and gifts behind the doors, among others a new copy of The Complete Book of Jaguar by Nigel Thorley – but behind which door?
Please bear with us if links do not work, formatting is not responsive on all (your) device(s) (check your browser settings), or downloading or linking is slow, and yes, the white numbers on the greyed-out surface are hard to discern (did we mention that already?).
Enjoy. Merry Christmas. Happy Holidays. Happy Unwrapping. May the wind be always at your back and your tree tall enough for a Jaguar.
Best wishes for a happy and healthy 2020, wherever you may be.
Built for the Electric GT racing series, this gutted and race-prepped Tesla P100D is ready to race in 2017.
Source: The World’s First Tesla Race Car Does 0-60 in 2.1 Seconds
The 1962 Jaguar E-Type is expected to rake in a small fortune when it goes to auction next month, despite it having been sat in a barn for more 30 years and needing a complete restoration.
Source: Jaguar could fetch £60,000 after 30 years sat in barn | Daily Mail Online
The Jaguar E-type in which Pippa Middleton and her husband James Matthews departed the nuptials is the oldest surviving Series 1 Roadster, built in February 1961 and registered as 77 RW on the 24th of that month.
Source: Jaguar E-type at Pippa Middleton’s wedding is world’s oldest
Jaguar’s production-spec I-Pace has been filmed in Monaco with almost no camouflage.
Source: Production Jaguar I-Pace Filmed In Monaco Without Camo
This identification guide has been produced specifically for the early Tom Walkinshaw Racing enhanced Jaguar XJS cars built between 1984 and 1988. These cars, although often badged as ‘JaguarSport’ cars, were produced prior to the joint venture between Jaguar and TWR. Scarce records exist for these cars, which has made the production of this guide particularly difficult. This guide has been produced to assist prospective purchasers or existing vehicle owners determine the originality of a car, and contains information such as exterior features, interior features, paint colours / codes, option codes and important information on the relevant chassis and engine numbers. This guide is based on a variety of enthusiast input and online sources, with the intention of creating a one stop information hub for the TWR XJS. You too can contribute knowledge to make this guide as accurate as possible, so please create an account to contact the author or comment at the base of the guide page.
Source: How to identify a 1984 – 1988 Jaguar XJS (TWR Enhanced) | classicregister
We wrote this article as quickly as we could just so that we could stop looking at it. Welcome to the most gut-wrenchingly awful modified E-Type in the world
Source: Brace Yourself For The Ugliest Jaguar E-Type You’ve Ever Seen