Jaguar set to pounce, Canada's Mackie says

English, Bob
November 1996
Automotive News;11/4/1996, Vol. 71 Issue 5685, p3
Trade Publication
Highlights information on John Mackie, who was leader of Jaguar Canada. How he influenced the success of the company; Length of time he was at Jaguar Canada; Mackie often known as an Englishman's Englishman; His prediction about the future of the Jaguar XK8; Other information on Mackie.


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