The Website dedicated to the XJC -
  Jaguar and Daimler XJ Coupes

"XJC Muster" -
held in Echuca in October 2015.

The Muster was widely regarded as a great success with 32 XJ Coupes present on the Sunday display day. For those unable to attend, photos will be available soon!

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The Jaguar & Daimler XJ Coupes are amongst the world's most beautiful cars. It is also Jaguar's rarest production car with fewer than 10,500 built between 1975 and 1978.

The aim of this website is to maintain interest in the XJ Coupe by featuring coupes and information from Australia and around the world.

Australia is the lucky country indeed - (Jaguar Australia imported only 241 coupes into the country, which makes the XJC quite rare here now) because even though we have so few of them, we probably have some of the rarest coupes outside of the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust Museum.

Examples which spring to mind are: The unique Series I Prototype resident in Western Australia and the only XJC to leave the factory at Browns Lane without a vinyl roof. One of the original Broadspeed Racing Coupes was resident in Sydney for many years and has since been sold and returned to the UK about April 2010.

The Register Pages will return here hopefully, and will be representative of coupes from all over the globe, no matter where they are. I'd be very pleased to hear from any coupe owner if you'd like to CONTACT me. I'd be most appreciative if you would kindly also REGISTER details of your coupe with me.

An XJC enthusiast runs this site for fellow enthusiasts - if you have some interesting XJC pictures, articles or information, or would like your coupe featured on this site, please contact me.

Kind regards,

Phil Evans