ON SHOW: Jaguar Car Club of Victoria member Nick Cirakovic with his pre-WWII Jaguar at the Ballarat Botanical Gardens. Picture: Luka Kauzlaric.
A CONVOY of Jaguarsrolled into Ballarat on the weekend much to the delight of vintagecar fans.
Members of Jaguar Car Clubs in South Australia and Victoria descended on Ballarat’s Botanical Gardens as part of their annualpre-WWII Jaguar display.
More than 15 restored and old racing Jaguars were on display to the public with the owners on hand to answer any questions about their prized possessions.
Jaguar Car Club of Victoria member Nick Cirakovic said each of the cars on display had a story to tell.
“They’ve all got history, whether it be racing, or being imported from overseas,” he said.
“They have even won Bathurst.”
ON DISPLAY: More than 15 Pre-WWII Jaguars went on show to the public as part of The Jaguar Car Club display on Saturday. Picture: Luka Kauzlaric.
Mr Cirakovic said many vehicles were restored including his Mark V which he has spent the last 15 years fixing after picking it up from an old barn.
An additional six Mark V models from 1948-50, nine Mark IV from 1939-47and one 1939 SS100 were also on display.
This is the first time the display has been held in Ballarat with the car clubs opting to choosedifferent locations between Melbourne and Adelaide each year.
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