The Jaguar Collection
The Jaguar Collection

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SEVEN DAYS AND SEVEN NIGHTS
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 SEVEN DAYS AND SEVEN NIGHTS
    Less than 50 remain! A limited edition of 475 prints individually signed by Stirling Moss, Jack Fairman, Bert Hadley, Mortimer Morris Goodall and the Artist Keith Woodcock G.M.A., G.Av.A. All the remarqued prints have been sold.
    In August 1952 at the Montlhery circuit in France a Jaguar XK120 became the first car ever to average over 100mph for a week. During this marathon, three world records and five class records were broken. The painting depicts Stirling Moss leaving the pits after a routine tyre change.
THIS PRINT MEASURES 24" x 21"
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E-TYPE AT TERTRE ROUGE
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 E-TYPE AT TERTRE ROUGE
    Less than 50 remain! A limited edition of 475 prints individually signed by Briggs Cunningham, Roy Salvadori and the Artist Keith Woodcock G.M.A, G.Av.A. All the remarqued prints have been sold.
    For the 1962 Le Mans 24 hour race Jaguar prepared an E-Type for Briggs Cunningham, who was already entering Maseratis. At the track, it was discovered that Roy Salvadori was too tall for the Maseratis. So, with Briggs Cunningham they switched to the E-Type, bringing it home to a memorable fourth place overall, third in its class and third in the GT category at an average speed of 107.9mph. The painting shows the E-Type at the famous Tertre Rouge corner.
THIS PRINT MEASURES 21" x 16"
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JAGUAR XJ12C
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 JAGUAR XJ12C
    Only 2 remarques remain! A limited edition of 250 prints individually signed by Andy Rouse and the Artist Keith Woodcock G.M.A., G.Av.A.
    This painting depicts the Broadspeed Big Cats finest hour, 2nd place for Andy Rouse and Derek Bell in the 4 hour race at the Nurburgring in 1977, the best result achieved by the XJ12C in the European Touring Car Championships.
    Prints numbered 1-40 are available as remarques.
THIS PRINT MEASURES 20" x 15"
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JAGUAR TWR XJS
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 JAGUAR TWR XJS
    Only 1 remarques remain! A limited edition of 400 prints individually signed by Chuck Nicholson and the Artist Keith Woodcock G.M.A., G.Av.A.
    The 1984 European Touring Car Championship was dominated by the TWR Jaguars. Seven outright wins during the season including two 1-2-3's, the Spa 24 hours and the Drivers Championship. The painting shows the TWR XJS of Chuck Nicholson on its way to victory at the Donington 500km race in April 1984.
THIS PRINT MEASURES 20" x 15"
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THUNDERING ELEGANCE
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 THUNDERING ELEGANCE
    Only 4 remarques remain! Thundering Elegance portrays Bob Tullius in his Group 44, Inc. Jaguar V-12 XJS celebrating winning the Copa Mexico Trans-Am at the Ricardo Rodriguez Autodrome on the 5th November 1978. This win secured the Constructors Trans-Am title, the first constructors title ever won by a factory supported Jaguar. This was added to the Drivers title secured by Tullius earlier in the season.
    The edition is limited to 100 copies world-wide and is individually hand signed by Bob Tullius and Lankie Foushee, Crew Chief as well as by the artist, Keith Woodcock, G.M.A., G. Av. A. Nos. 1 - 25 are available as remarques.
THIS PRINT MEASURES 20" x 16"
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JAGUAR'S RETURN TO LE MANS
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 JAGUAR'S RETURN TO LE MANS
    Less than 20 remain! Return to Le Mans represents the Group 44, Inc. Jaguar XJR-5 V-12 leading the Le Mans 24 hour race in June 1984. The return of a factory supported Jaguar to Le Mans after an absence of twenty years dominated the headlines. The cars were designed by Lee Dykstra and driven by Bob Tullius, Brian Redman and Doc Bundy in the number 44 car with the number 40 car driven by John Watson, Adam Adamowicz and Ballot Lena.
    The edition is limited to 100 copies world-wide and each is individually hand signed by Bob Tullius, Brian Redman, Doc Bundy, John Watson and Lankie Foushee, Crew Chief as well as by the artist, Keith Woodcock, G.M.A., G. Av. A.
    Nos. 1 - 25 are available as remarques.
THIS PRINT MEASURES 20" x 16""
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E-TYPE VICTORY SWANSONG
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 E-TYPE VICTORY SWANSONG
    Less than 50 remain! E-Type Victory Swansong shows the Group 44, Inc. Jaguar V-12 E-Type, driven by Bob Tullius breaking away from the Corvettes and Porches at Road Atlanta on the 2nd November 1975. Tullius went on to win the race convincingly to secure the SCCA National Drivers title having achieved 12 wins from 17 starts.
    The edition is limited to 200 copies world-wide and each is individually hand signed by Bob Tullius, Team Chief and Driver, Lankie Foushee, Crew Chief as well as by the artist, Keith Woodcock, G.M.A., G. Av. A.
    Nos. 1 - 40 are available as remarques.
THIS PRINT MEASURES 20" x 16"
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