Scottish Jaguar Day 2019

Fife and Tayside region welcomed back old friends and many new enthusiasts to the pre-event run on the Saturday and Scottish Jaguar Day 2019 on Sunday June 30th.

12 cars took part in the pre-event run and enjoyed the hospitality of Cultybraggan, a World War 2 PoW camp, nuclear bunker and latterly, army training camp.

During the war, Cultybraggan housed 4,000 Category A prisoners. It was a 'black camp', holding those considered the most committed and fanatical Nazi PoWs.

After the run, Cafe Circa kindly opened late and the fish dinner was devine!

Run 2

All hands were on deck to set up the field. Sheep poo picked up, sections taped out, gazebos setup and our lovely young helpers putting up the signs.

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Setting Up2
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Setting Up5

Although the weather was not kind to us on Sunday, it was a credit to all 120 drivers who braved the weather, particularly those with the older cars and the 150 pedestrians who joined us. As always, the goody bags were well received and our thanks to our sponsors who provided items for the bags.

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The Gatekeepers

The Concourse event attracted record entries with an astounding number of stunning cars on display. The judges, Brian Hume and Ian Hardie, certainly had their work cut out trying to decide on the winners!

The winners group, the 1950's - Frank Brown, 1960's - Ron Hutchison and 1970's - Simon Howell's representative are below.

Group Winners

This group includes the 1980's - James McCulloch, 1990's - Colin McKenzie, 2000's - Charlie Campbell and 2010's - Fife and Tayside's very own Davy Kerner.

1990S Car
1980S Car
2010S Car

Our furthest travelled was Mike Scott, a fellow JEC member from Rochdale. This year our lady members decided that the car they would most like to travel home in was the gorgeous XKR of Paul Ackroyd who with his son had driven all the way from Holmfirth in Yorkshire.

Mike McCormick won the best support vehicle for the second year in a row.

The highly acclaimed 'Best in Show' trophy was won by the outstanding XJ350 of James McCulloch.

Many thanks to Colin McAllister of Pentland Jaguar for presenting the prizes and providing two stunning cars and the 'F Type Jaguar for the Weekend' as the MND raffle prize.

Furthest Travelled
Ladies Choice Car
Best In Show
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Finally, our sincere thanks to everyone who helped make Scottish Jaguar Day an outstanding success, particularly all of our very generous sponsors.

We thank everyone for their kind donations for our charities Motor Neurone's Disease and CHAS (Children's Hospice's Across Scotland).

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