“Books! Books! Books!”.

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“Speed Restriction”.

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“Carbs or Carbs?”.

Estimate Price: (e£100-150)

“Blast It!”.

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“S’no Joke!”.

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“Christmas fun”.

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“Speedy Mr Whippy”.

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“Not Another Anniversary!”.

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“Early teething problems at the Swallow Works”.

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Section D

TWR and Silk Cut


JaguarSport Momo steering wheel. NOS and out of production.

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Ref – TYP No M38. KBA 70056. Date 11.89. Seldom seen on the open market, especially in this excellent condition. Fine.


“Goodwood Festival of Haste”.

Estimate Price: (e£100-150)

Amusing cartoon by Julian Kirk who has designed and illustrated his Jaguar calendar for approaching 10 years. Fine.


TWR brochure for the XJR-6 in its pre-Silk Cut livery. 8-pages.

Estimate Price: (e£50-75)

11.5 x 8. Uses high-grade laminated paper. Illustrated specs. Quotes from the likes of Neil Johnson and Jim Randle on the Jaguar side as well as Tom Walkinshaw. Photos of key team members – Roger Silman (Team Manager), Tony Southgate (Chief Designer), Paul David (Racing Manager) and Allan Scott (Chief, Engine Development). Also, the four drivers – Martin Brundle, Hans Heyer, Mike Thackwell and Tom. Honourable mention for Stephen Leitch of Dunlop. Their TD tyre was specially created for the XJR-6. Fine. Rare.


“TWR and Jaguar’s XJS – Inside Tom Walkinshaw’s Group A Racing Team” by Allan Scott.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

John Douglas Publishing. 2012 320 pp. 8 x 11. Privileged insider’s view of the development of the TWR racing operation 1982-1987 including winning the 1984 ETC in the Jaguar XJS. New Zealander Allan Scott was the engine guru who set up and managed TWR’s Engine Division over 15 years. He gives an in-depth view of how TWR operated as well as the intrigue and secrecy of intense battles on and off the motor racing tracks of Europe during the 1980s. The definitive book of this era. Fine/Fine.


Silk Cut Jaguar white wet-weather suit – Jacket and trousers.

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Synthetic material. No indication of maker or size, but it fits me OK and I’m 5’ 11”. Clean and rarely used. Slight discolouration on front zip. Season not confirmed but, P&O sponsorship could point to 1988 when Jaguar won Le Mans. Rare. VG.


“TWR Racing” apron worn by engine-builders and similar.

Sold Price: £40.00

Rare. Fine.


A complete set of four Jaguar Sport saloon kick-plates.

Estimate Price: (e£75-100)

Two for the front and two for the back. Some markings, which will clean. Rarely seen as a full set. VG.


“TWR Jaguar Prototype Racers” by Leslie Thurston.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

JDHT. 2003. 192 pp. Detailed story of the Jaguar TWR racing cars. There is an overview and introduction to the cars, each race entered is described and the history of each individual chassis is fully recorded. The book is illustrated with 220 colour photographs showing the cars in action and the changes that were made to them over the years. Comprehensive. VG.


TWR team issue shirt from the 1989 and 1990 WSPC season.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

As worn in countries where cigarette advertising was banned, leading to the branding of Silk Cut being replaced by the four purple blocks. All logos are embroidered. Made by Victoria Mocket of Why Not Limited. Size – 15 1/2 Not available to the public. Rare. Fine.


TWR Racing short-sleeve shirt.

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Made by “LB”. Size 15½. Unipart logo on right breast. Sl wear. Rare. VG.


Two pairs of TWR team trousers.

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Made by Victoria Mocket of Why Not Limited. Clean and appear to be unworn. Size not shown. Unusual. Fine.


One pair of workshop trousers from the 1990 IMSA season.

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Made by “Exquisite Design” in the States. Castrol/Jaguar logo on front right pocket and left hip pocket. Waist – 34 ins. Inside leg -26 ins. Unworn spare pair. VG near Fine.


A showroom poster of an XJR-6 in its BRG pre-Silk Cut livery.

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A rare survivor Fine.


Davy Jones discussing welfare matters with the PTA? Or perhaps not.

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This poster was published by Budweiser Beer in the USA to celebrate Davy’s magnificent six IMSA wins in 1991, when Jaguar was sponsored by Budweiser under their “Bud Light” brand. Definitely an improvement on the usual pretty staid car showroom posters of the era! 36 x 23. VG.


This poster celebrates Jaguar’s win at the Daytona 24-hour race in 1988.

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The first year when they won their first magic 24-hour double – Le Mans and Daytona. VG.


Another celebratory poster, this time for the World Sportscar Championship win in 1987.

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XJR 8 rightly features. VG.


A Jaguar showroom poster celebrating their winning the World Sportscar Championship in 1987.

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Interesting image that long intrigued me. I was therefore delighted that after one auction, photographer Derek Seaward, contacted me to say that he took the image in a photographic studio with a painted backdrop with the car on jacks and the wheels spun. Thanks Derek! Fine.


Jaguar showroom poster for the 1984 European Touring Car championship.

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Car No 7 leading three TWR XJS flying in formation at Monza. Portrait format. VG.


Second Jaguar showroom poster for the 1984 European Touring Car championship.

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This time, car No 7 is running solo. Landscape format. VG.


Poster and Programme for Sportscar World Championship Castrol BRDC Empire Trophy, Silverstone May 1991.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Programme signed but signature illegible. Worth a punt? Sl creasing on poster o/w both Fine.


Castrol Jaguar poster of the 1990 Daytona 24-Hour victory mounted in XJR-12.

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Dedicated “To Tom. Best Wishes” but the signature is undecipherable. Answers on a postcard… Fine.


A superb, professional A2-sized photo of an XJR-14 at full chat.

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Very rare at this size. Fine.


Jaguar poster rightly celebrating that glorious 1988 season.

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The Le Mans winning XJR-9 up front surrounded by silhouettes of all the tracks with Jaguar’s results alongside each track. I have one of these on my wall as an aide memoire! Fine.


An earlier example of the same technique but several years earlier.

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Used for the TWR XJS team when they sported Motul livery for the 1983 season. Track silhouettes are shown but no result, so probably at the start of the season. It’s a long time since I have seen one of these. Historic. Fine.


Another TWR XJS poster. Still wearing Motul livery, this time in the 1984 season.

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Artwork by Stuart Spencer for this one. Fine.


A second poster by Stuart Spencer, this time his superb cut-away of the XJR-8.

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The intricate detail of cut-away work is a speciality of Stuart and this one is up there with his work on the XJ220 – see Section R. Fine.


The TWR XJS on its way to victory at Donnington, first time out in April 1984.

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A limited edition print by Keith Woodcock, signed by him and Chuck Nicholson. Fine

Section E

Jaguar Competition

Other sections with competition elements are Section D (TWR and JaguarSport), Section F (Le Mans) and Section G (Sports Racers).

Serious timing clash between an Alpine rally and an Alpine horn celebration!.

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An original cartoon by Julian Kirk, who has a soft-spot for Jaguars. Signed original watercolour. Mint.


“Clearing up after the Race”.

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Another witty original cartoon by Julian.


“Gas Mark 7!”.

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A classic example of Julian’s wit. Signed original watercolour.


A superbly-detailed model of the Ecurie Ecosse team transporter in the 1:18 scale by the German company CMR.

Sold Price: £150.00

Huge at 19 inches long and shown here with the more usual Corgi 1:43 scale version for comparison. Mint. Boxed.


Ecurie Ecosse Transporter by Spark.

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1:43 scale. Superb level of detail that is Spark’s trademark and therefore in a different league to the more common Corgi model. Now out of production and much sought after. No box but both wing mirrors present and intact – they often aren’t! Fine nr Mint.


The well-known Ecurie Ecosse Transporter – Corgi No 1126.

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1:43 scale. Dark blue with orange lettering. Includes the very rare leaflet with instructions on how to operate the ramps. Original box, which shows some wear. Fine model in Fair box.


Jaguar Sport press shoulder bag.

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Contains a press pack celebrating the launch of the new F1 cars, a Jaguar Racing notebook and the February 2000 edition of “F1 Racing” which contains a 28-page feature on the cars’ debut. The press pack is massive with 9 phots and no fewer than 54 individual sheets of paper covering the cars, the drivers, Jaguar’s motor sport heritage, Cosworth Racing (the cars had Cosworth engines), major sponsors, designers and engineers, but not, so far as I can see, the office cat(!). Undated, but the launch was on 25 January 2000. Unusual. Historic. Magazine cover creased o/w Fine.


Two items of original artwork for an agency presentation seeking to win the Budweiser design contract in the States – they failed!.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50 the pair)

This was after Anheuser-Bush Inc took over from Castrol as lead sponsor for the Jaguar racers running in the 1991 IMSA series in North America. There are two black boards each with a scalpel-cut image of an XJR-10 in the suggested red livery. One shows the car in plan-view; the other a side-on view from the right. History records that predominantly white “Bud Light” livery was adopted. Here lies the rarity value of these pieces as illustrations of the jockeying that goes on behind the scenes to secure and develop the sponsorship without which, there would be no racing. An unusual, important and probably unique slice of the history of Jaguar’s competitive achievements in North America. Fine.


The Ecurie Ecosse Cooper Monaco-Climax.

Estimate Price: (e£40-50)

Registration number – DS 288. 1:43 scale by “Bizarre” The car was sold for £219,900 at the Bonham sales of Dick Skipworth’s collection in December 2013 and is an EE car that has not been modelled very often. Rare. Fine. Unboxed.


“Ecurie Ecosse – David Murray and the legendary Scottish motor racing team” by Eric Dymock.

Sold Price: £75.00

PJ Publishing. 2007. 272 pp. 9 x 12. In my view, the best book about Ecurie Ecosse. Eric is a Scottish writer and journalist who has been deeply embedded in the Scottish motor racing scene for years. He has drawn strongly on that deep well of knowledge and contacts to create this book. Fine/VG.