TEN of the most notable Jaguar models ever made will star at a concours in June described as 'the ultimate automotive summer garden party'.
They will be on parade on June 5 and 6 on the lawns of the Honourable Artillery Company's headquarters in the City of London.
Nearly 100 classic cars will share space at the London Concours with displays from upper crust tailors, makers of expensive watches and hospitality from famous names in the restaurant and wine trades.
Among the Jaguars lined up for the event are an SS1 fixed head coupe from 1931 and carrying the Swallow Sidecars badge that predated the brand's change to Jaguar.
Other important Jaguar milestones will include an XJ6 saloon from the 1960s and an XJR-15, one of just 53 made in the early 1990s and based on the car that won the Le Mans 24 Hour race for Jaguar.