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Who says you can't find company in yourself? Female jaguar Maderas' reflection glistens back at her in this shot by Ion Moe.

Who says you can't find company in yourself? Female jaguar Maderas' reflection glistens back at her in this shot by Ion Moe.

1961 Jaguar Mk2 saloon. The Jaguar Mark 2 was a medium-sized saloon car built from late 1959  to 1967 by the Jaguar company in Coventry, England. One of the most readily recognised cars of the 1960s thanks in part to countless appearances in films and on television, Jaguar's Mk2 saloon set the standard for the class throughout its entire production life.

1961 Jaguar Mk2 saloon. The Jaguar Mark 2 was a medium-sized saloon car built from late 1959 to 1967 by the Jaguar company in Coventry, England. One of the most readily recognised cars of the 1960s thanks in part to countless appearances in films and on television, Jaguar's Mk2 saloon set the standard for the class throughout its entire production life.

Sir William Lyons enjoyed a seemingly unstoppable rise to fame and fortune in the motor industry, and the Jaguar brand which he introduced became world-famous. Yet it did not happen overnight. In the 1920s he was in Blackpool, styling motorcycle sidecars, in the 1930s he was in Coventry developing the SS motor car, and the stand-alone Jaguar company did not appear until 1945. Until 1972, when he retired from business, Sir William was the mainstream, the chairman, the chief stylist, and the…

Sir William Lyons enjoyed a seemingly unstoppable rise to fame and fortune in the motor industry, and the Jaguar brand which he introduced became world-famous. Yet it did not happen overnight. In the 1920s he was in Blackpool, styling motorcycle sidecars, in the 1930s he was in Coventry developing the SS motor car, and the stand-alone Jaguar company did not appear until 1945. Until 1972, when he retired from business, Sir William was the mainstream, the chairman, the chief stylist, and the…

Yes please!!! I'd have the GPS on all the time, even if I already knew where I was going.

Yes please!!! I'd have the GPS on all the time, even if I already knew where I was going.

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