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on 8 September 2012
Excellent book,well written and very informative.Found lots of information about the Marks of Jaguar cars that I was not aware of,especially the Mk 7 Jag which I somehow thought had had a longer run than it actually did.(It seems to have had a very short sales life.) As I have said a very interesting read and well worth the money
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on 8 September 2010
The price of the book doesn't reflect the quality of the book, it should of been a lot cheaper!! It has a stupid watermark "written by Dawn Martin" across every page!!
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on 18 April 2013
A lot of factual errors about the various car models.
The XJ220 is described as being a V12 and 4wd and every car enthusiast who was a teenager or older at the time of launch knows it was a turbo v6.

Needed a better proof read as the venturi under the car is described as a venture, and it jumps back and forth in time and models. Models from the last 15 years are covered in a couple of small paragraphs each as if the author got bored?

But a good basic grounding at a cheap price.
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on 15 February 2013
Was the book proof read?
Lots of elementary spelling mistakes and missing words.
What about the XJ8 model?
Jumped backwards and forwards too much.
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on 5 August 2015
This is a kindle copy of a coffee table book and is far too scimpy on detail and most of the pictures are far too small. Not really worth the bother.
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