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Windsor boasts shine and glory of Jaguar Car Club show

Amidst the sun glinting off spotless chrome and the aroma of roasting hot dogs and grilled onions in the air, hundreds of classic car enthusiasts, collectors, families and curious spectators showed up to admire the rows of Jaguars at the Jaguars on the Island car show at Windsor Park, July 26. Sponsored by the Jaguar Car Club of Victoria, the show is the largest sanctioned gathering of Jaguars in North America, with models from 1951 and on, including many varieties of the well-known E-type roadster, and one spectacular example of the now-rare XJ6C Coupe.

 

 

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