San Diego Jaguar Club to host 48th annual Concours D’Elegance July 22


The San Diego Jaguar Club will celebrate Jaguar Automobiles old and new at its 48th annual Concours d’Elegance car show Sunday, July 22nd. The event will be held harbor-side at Spanish Landing Park, San Diego (across from Lindbergh Field) from 10 3 p.m.. Morfe than 60 Jaguars will be on display from all around the United States. The free event is open to the public .

This show is sanctioned by Jaguar Clubs of North America and annually draws entrants from all over the Southwest. Any Jaguar owner is welcome to enter his/her Jaguar for judging or display. You must be registered to enter your car in competition. For Concours registration information, visit the Club’s website at or contact Dan Jensen at (858)  459-1571. Anyone with an interest in fine examples of luxury saloons, sport touring automobiles and Le Mans-type racing cars is welcome to attend free of charge.

The San Diego Jaguar Club was founded in 1959 and provides Jaguar related events and social activities to further interest in ownership and preservation of Jaguar cars.  The Club currently has approximately 175 members who individually own more than 250 Jaguars. The Club publishes a monthly newsletter and hosts a web site,

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