Cohort Pic(k) of the Day: Where Tired Old Anglo & American PLCs Hang Out

by Don Kincl


Looking at these, I can’t help but think that the Jaguar XJ-S was the British analogue to the Continental Mark IV/V. Some might say heresy, but the reality is that they rather appealed to the same market. The XJ-S never was overtly sporty, even if it had the chops to be sort of be so, certainly more so than the big Marks. But that wasn’t really its shtick; it was all about…well, you know what it was all about, in both cases.

So there’s a natural affinity to these oldsters hanging out together.

I was going to link to an XJ-S Coupe CC, but we’ve never really done one. Oh my…

But we have no less than IV on the Mark IV.

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