Local Jag drives off with two top prizes

Alan MacGillivray’s 1958 Jaguar Salon just won a sweep of recognition at the recent Jaguar show in Oak Bay.

  • Aug. 13, 2014 1:00 p.m.

Alan MacGillivray’s 1958 Jaguar Salon just won a sweep of recognition at the recent Jaguar show in Oak Bay

Alan MacGillivray’s 1958 Jaguar Salon just won a sweep of recognition at the recent Jaguar show in Oak Bay, including the Best Classic Salon, the Founder’s Favourite, and the President’s Favourite.

MacGillivray has owned the Jaguar for 27 years, and is only its second owner. The vehicle has 58,000 original miles.

The event was hosted from July 25 – 27, and is the largest Jaguar Club of North America (JCNA).

 

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