Modified Class

RULES ON MODIFIED CLASS CONCOURS COMPETITION

3.1 MODIFIED CLASS CONCOURS COMPETITION (FAR) not required.

(Modified Class Trophy)

The purpose of the Modified Class is to introduce a less stringent form of marking for the enthusiast with the non-standard car.

(i) It is a requirement that the entrant be a fully paid up member of the JDC with the car currently insured, taxed and MoT'd.

(ii) Cars will be judged under Premier Class rules 1.7, 1.8, 1.9.

(iii) The Factory Archive document will not be used in the judging of the Modified Class competition.

(iv) The Modified Class is a separate competition.

(v) The Modified Class is a non-Premier Class.

(vi) The winner of a Modified Class will not be eligible to represent the Register in Champion of Champions Concours competition.

(vii) The term PAST WINNER will not apply in the Modified Class.

(viii) The definition of a Modified car is one which has changed its configuration from the original manufacturing build, making it non-standard. The following Modification criteria are listed below and apply to this class. For example:

(a) Fixed head or 2+2 modified to open top Roadster.

(b) Open top Roadster modified to fixed head or 2+2.

(c) Left hand drive modified to right hand drive.

(d) Right hand drive modified to left hand drive.

(e) Customised interiors (wood dashes, pile carpets, piped seats, etc).

(f) Engine modifications to racing specifications (e.g. Weber carburettors), full branch and straight through exhaust systems, racing suspension, competition wheels, etc.

(g) Customised exterior paintwork (e.g. metal flake), alterations to body work, non-standard chromework and metal finishes.

(h) Re-manufactured monocoques (a totally non-Jaguar factory bodied car).

AWARD - MODIFIED CLASS TROPHY

(Class winner is awarded a Modified Class Certificate and Trophy).

PLEASE NOTE: It must be stressed that the 'E' Type Register Committee take no responsibility for any inaccuracies relating to a car's written description. We rely on the owners' honesty. Cars are judged on this basis.

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