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David Green
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Hi Ed,

AutoBarn Models is a retail store in Southern California established in the 1990s. It sells on eBay plus has a website for ordering. (aitobarnmodels.com)

It is mostly high end stuff with 1/18 and 1/43 their main sales over the years. They sell a lot of limited editions and signed display sets.

 

 


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Matchbox issued two model Jaguars in the early years under the Number 32

 

32-A Jaguar XK-140, 1/75 scale, Introduced in 1957, deleted in 1961.

Two issues of the Jaguar XK-140 were made. The first in white, the second in red. First versions of the red were painted over white making them look slightly orange. Later red ones were painted over bare metal and looked darker.

 

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32-A Jaguar E-Type, 1/65 scale, Introduced in 1962, deleted in 1967.

A wonderful feature of the E-Type was the wire wheels.

 

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Spark is now putting out some extremely fine detailed models in 1/87 scale. These are of similar detail to their 1/43 models. You cannot tell the difference in pictures.

Here id the 1990 Le Mans Winning JAGUAR XJR12 No.3 as driven by Nielsen/Cobb/Brundle. It is still in the package and comes with the Silk Cut advertising.

 

 

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Formula One Jaguar

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Jaguar Racing was formed from the purchase by Ford of Jackie Stewart's Stewart Grand Prix Formula One team in June 1999. On 14 September 1999, Ford renamed the team as part of its global marketing operations to promote their Jaguar premium car company. Despite this branding, they continued to use full-works Ford Cosworth engines in the cars, no Jaguar engineering was involved and also served as Ford's official Formula One full-works team. Drivers included Eddie Irvine from 2000 to 2002, Johnny Herbert in 2000, Luciano Burti for a few races in 2001 and the Austrian Grand Prix in 2000, Pedro de la Rosa in 2001 and 2002, Antônio Pizzonia in 2003 until Hockenheim, Mark Webber in 2003 and 2004, Justin Wilson from Hockenheim to the end of 2003, and Christian Klien in 2004.
 
 
Jaguar's Formula One parent company, Ford, issued a polite ultimatum as part of a reduction in sport involvement internationally. In particular, because Jaguar did not advertise the core Ford brand, there was little return of value from the enormous amount of money invested, so funding was reduced from Ford itself. Ford chose to sell the operation near the end of 2004 despite a more consistent showing in its previous two years.
In mid-November 2004, energy drink company Red Bull confirmed that they had purchased the Jaguar Formula One team from Ford as an ongoing outfit. The new team, named Red Bull Racing, used the chassis and engine that would have been Jaguar's 2005 Formula 1 challenger for its first season.
 

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The 2000 McDonalds came in a plastic bag with the car and decals to apply. It could be bought for $1 with a meal.
 
 
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Mcdonalds put out a few variations. Here is one with a red helmet driver.

 

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This Jaguar also appeared in a Grand Prix 5 Pack.
 
 
 
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2001 Grand Prix Series Pit Crew Green White, Red & Black "HSBC", Jaguar Logo & Race tampos Green
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The Corgi Toys brand was sold to Mattel, makers of HotWheels in 1989. A few interesting transition models appeared for a short time after this.

Here is a tri-model bubble pack with Corgi Junior models with HotWheels logos on the sides.

The middle model is a Jaguar XJR-9 Le Mans racer.

 

 

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Here is the same Jaguar XJR-9 with Jaguar markings.

 

 

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Did you know that my dad used to own one of the cars in here? I don't know which model which is why I wanted to ask what car model is the right one that my car owns. It's the one that is red and have bumper wheels all over the side.


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Siku in Germany has produced for many years, off and on, a nicely done Jaguar E-Type 2+2 with opening doors in 1/64 scale.

Here is the current issue, No. 1015. The casting has not changed over the years.

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OMG That was Fantastic!

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ANGUPLAS of Spain was mentioned earlier in this post with a black Jaguar Mk.VII, No.76 in their series.

I recently found this one in light blue and darker blue, as well as a Jaguar E-Type Coupe in darker blue.

 

 

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Brekina Modellspielwaren GmbH of Germany

makes a very nice 1/87 scale 1950 Jaguar Mk V in two versions. I think that these are also sold under the BoS Models label.

 

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I agree. They look nice.

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 Brekina Modellspielwaren GmbH of Germany also produces a 1/87 1968 Jaguar XJ6.

 It comes in at least four colours.

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This is a YouTube video of a gentleman opening a box of Jaguar E-Types from his father's estate.

They vary in scale from 1/64 to 1/18 scale but as they fit several forums, I have chosen to place the video here. It is well done and shows a wonderful cross section of models available fro the 1960s to 1980s.

 


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I believe the first company to seriously develop a diecast 1/64 line were Moko/Lesney in Britain.

The Matchbox line was introduced in 1953 with 4 models that fitted into boxes similar to those used nor matches, hence the name Matchbox Toys.

It wasn't until 1957 that the first Jaguars appeared. That year 42 different models were made. Number 32 was a Jaguar XK140 Coupe in cream. Number 41 was a Jaguar D-Type, famous for its Le Mans wins in dark green carving the #1 on nose and tail. Both of these has metal wheels.

 

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In later years, the D-Type got a second larger casting and a variety of different wheels in plastic.

The XK140 also got plastic wheels and came out in red and in much later re-edition, black.

These were intended as toys so few survived in boxes or mint.

 

David;

 

As a kid the Jaguar XK140 was always my favorite.  I have several of them in my collection.


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I watched all three unboxing videos and liked the Jaguar one the best. My favorite has always been the E type. I once drove one, a convertible with I believe a V 12 engine. Someday I would like to find a nice 1/64 scale one for my train layout.

Interesting that his father’s collection fit in three boxes. I would definitely need more than three for my cars, airplanes, and train models.

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