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Paul Abadjian (left) from Dorset, Susie and Tony Carter, from Hampshire, and tour organiser from London Ricardo Galvani, with Mr Carter s 1959 XK150 Jaguar. 120302LP20 Picture: LEANNE PICKETT CAPTION Classic Jaguar Touring Australia 2012. 1959 Jaguar XK150. L-R:Tour Assistant Carter , from Hampshire, owner of the carGRACE, space and pace was the Jaguar car’s catch-cry during its halcyon days and the slick automobiles still live up to their well-worn motto more than five decades on.
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Twenty classic British cars pulled in to Warrnambool over the weekend after touring the Great Ocean Road as part of a charity drive throughout south-eastern Australia.

The largest contingent of XK and E-type Jaguars from the UK ever to tour Australia left Sydney on February 12 for a 27-day journey from Adelaide to Sydney, but a photo opportunity at the Twelve Apostles was on the top of the agenda for most participants.

Organiser Ricardo Galvani told The Standard his love affair with Jaguars first developed in the 1960s when the cars were at the peak of their popularity.

The British retiree said the tour also had an altruistic motive with funds raised by the tour directed at children’s development organisation Plan International.

“I remember the first time I saw a Mark VII Jaguar — the distinctive design, the leather interior and wood panelling — it was just superb,” Mr Galvani said.

“The 1960s were a time of renewed prosperity in the UK and the sports cars from that era had quite a distinctive design.

“The fact that they’re still loved after all this time shows they have a timeless quality.”

Contributions can be made to Plan International either through the charity’s website on www.plan.org.au or by calling 13 75 26.

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