Jaguar Land Rover Classic Works

Jun 19, 2017

Category: Rides

Jaguar Land Rover has a long and storied history – one which stands out as one of the greatest of all time. But it looks as though as the brand that brought us the legendary E-Type and Defender isn’t slowing down anytime soon. In fact, they just set a new record by opening up the largest largest manufacturing, restoration, and sales facility of its kind. It’s called the Classic Works.

Under the roof of this 150,000 square feet, you’ll find over 500 classic vehicles from every corner of the vehicle brand’s history. But it’s more than just a storage facility/museum; it’s also home to the XKSS manufacturing line, 54 workshop bays for services and restorations, and a dedicated showroom where, believe it or not, you can actually buy and take home with you your own vehicular classic. And, the best part of the whole situation, is that – starting in September – you can take a 3-hour guided tour for a fairly nominal fee; roughly $63 American.

Learn More: Jaguar Land Rover

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