PHOTOS: British Jaguar Enthusiasts Show Off over 60 Years of British Automobiles
The British Jaguar Enthusiasts Came to the Wrentham Village Premium Outlets as part of their American Tour.
As shoppers walked by the parking lot in front of Saks Fifth Avenue at the Wrentham Village Premium Outlets, many could not help but notice the 43 Jaguars parked outside. The club known as the British Jaguar Enthusiasts, which stopped at Wrentham as part of their tour of America, showed off Jaguars from as early as 1951 to the more modern cars.
The stop in Wrentham was just one of the many stops that the group has made as part of a 22 day trip in the U.S. After shipping their cars to Baltimore, the group has driven to Washington D.C., Virginia, and up to Montreal, New Hampshire, and Vermont before stopping in Wrentham. While the drives are long, club member Simon Cronin admitted to not minding spending plenty of time in his Jaguar.
"The best thing is style. Once you've driven one, you really need to do that to understand what makes it such a special motor car," Cronin said. "I've driven 600 miles in a day in mine and it doesn't feel as if you done it."
To end the trip, the group will be making stops in Cape Cod, Newport, RI, Connecticut and New York City.