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Definitely some super sweet Jags in this post... 
All great looking styles also. Here was a display poster I made for a Matchbox dealer at a diecast show awhile back and used a vintage XKE and a modern XKE. Love them Jags... 😍 

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After getting the Norev Mercedes-Benz RennTransporter in 1/64, I was pleased to find a Jaguar similar issue from HotWheels.

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This is #14 in the Team Transport Series. It includes a Jaguar E-Type Lightweight on a transport carry on truck with suitable logo.


   
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Fun-Ho! Toys of New Zealand made small models of the Jaguar E-Type and Jaguar Mark 10.

See the article posted on 1/64 scale Forum for more details and pictures.

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Here is a red version of the Fun-Ho! Jaguar Mark 10.

Fun-Ho! used a ! symbol as part of its trade mark.

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Majorette of France  issued a well made Jaguar E-Type V12 Coupe in 1972 at the same time as the full sized car was being sold. These came in the early Majorette cases and in several variations. They had engine detail. This was #219

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Mini-Dinky Toys were introduced in 1967. These were smaller than regular Dinky Toys and made in Hong Kong. #11 is a Jaguar E-Type Coupe in 1/65 scale.

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Tomica Jaguar XJS

Tomica released several versions of the Jaguar XJS beginning in 1978. These were all retired by the 1990s and are quite collectible. All are 1/67 scale.

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This is F68 Jaguar XJS Coupe. I also have it in met. green, yellow and red.

 

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This is F94 Jaguar XJS Group A Racing Car issued in 1988 and retired in 1992.

 


   
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Jaguar F-Type Project 7 by HotWheels.

In 2015, Jaguar produced what was likely the hottest Jaguar made to that point, the Project 7.

They tried to emulate many elements from the 1950s D-Type. 500 were made of which 50 were exported to the USA.

Starting in 2015, Hotels over the last several years made 8 variations of this Jaguar. Here are 3 of them.

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Here is the actual car.

 

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A Jaguar E-Type Hotrod! What sacrilege!

Matchbox issued one in 1971 in its Superfast Series. Its 1/63 scale and was discontinued in 1974.

This is No.36, the Draguar.

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There are several variations and this model is now very collectible.

 


   
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When Mattel took over Matchbox, a number of transition models were sold. These said Corgi on their base but were marketed in HotWheels special packaging. Here are two Jaguar examples.

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In 1999, Matchbox issued a series featuring cars with the British Union Jack on their sides.

Here are two of the Jaguars that were part of the series.

 

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Found at Walmart yesterday.... The 2020 revised Jaguar F-Type Coupe.

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 This was a bit of a surprise as HotWheels has a 2015 vision in slightly darker blue for 2019.

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More Husky Models Jaguars.

Earlier I showed three examples of Husky Models which were early Corgi Junior productions sold through Woolworth Stores. Here are a few additional Jaguars that they issued.

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 They even made a gift set with two Jaguars.

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Corgi Juniors and Corgi

Once Woolworth's contract with husky Models expired in 1969, Corgi was free to market worldwide under the Corgi Junior label. Here are some of the Jaguars that were produced. Most were in bubble packs but boxes were also used.

Initially, Corgi Junior was on the label, later the 'Junior' was deleted.

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The XJS models and the E-Type 'Growler' are from the 1980s.


   
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Not all Jaguar models in 1/64 come from Britain, China or Hong Kong. Several countries but out relatively crude models in plastic or metal.

Ingap #2 Jaguar XK 120 vintage plastic toy made in Italy

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In addition, Wiking and Herpa of Germany did a significant number of well detailed Jaguars in 1/87 scale in plastic.


   
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