CJR Ltd - Competition, Type-D & Supersport
CJR Ltd is a family business run by father and son, who have been working with and building from the chassis up, C-type, D-type and XKSS replicas for more than 20 years.
Phil Cottrell started CJR as a hobby. Working with Jaguars for many years as a master “spanner-man”, restorer and dealer, including a stint at Le Mans in the 1980’s as one of the pit crew provided him with the passion he feels for these cars. So much so, the first two classic Jaguar replicas he built he kept for himself. Both were D-Types; one a long nose and the other a short nose. This led to an order for his first “customer car” - a long nose D-Type. Read more...
The XK120C or “C-Type” Jaguar is considered one of the most desirable and legendary sports racing cars of all time. In keeping with the “win on Sunday, sell on Monday” marketing strategy, it was created specifically to win the 1951 24 hours Le Mans - which it did. n 1952, the Le Mans..
In the constant quest for a more exact replica, we offer a dimensionally correct car using a later independent suspension and much more powerful disc brakes. It utilises a full aluminium body representing the 1956 works long nose car and you have the choice of 3.4,3.8 or 4.2 litre engines..
Following Jaguar's withdrawal from competition at the end of the 1955 season, a number of completed and partially complete D-types remained unsold at the Browns Lane factory. In an attempt to recoup some of the investment made in building these unused chassis, and to exploit..
This car is powered by a 4.2 engine which was built by Classic and Modern Engines of Bracknell, it is fully balanced, ported and polished, light flywheel and 289 cams giving around
275 BHP, it breaths through triple HD8 carburettors and has been rolling road tuned...