Test Vintage Jags through Jaguar’s Heritage Driving Program

Beginning in March, the new season of the Jaguar Heritage Driving Program is offering the public a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to drive some of the most memorable and important models of the British carmaker’s 80-year history. The program follows Jaguar’s purchase last year of collector James Hull’s 543 cars—the world’s largest privately owned collection of British cars, valued at about $60 million. The majority of Hull’s more than 130 Jaguars—including a 1936 SS1, a 1946 C-Type, a 1955 D-Type, and a 1961 E…

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