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Jaguar F-TypeThe Jaguar Car Club Of North Florida (JCCNF) is an organization for car enthusiasts: Our aim is to promote automobiles that carry the prestigious Jaguar marque, and have an enjoyable time through club organized events. We offer our members driving opportunities, concours, rally, slalom events, and social gatherings. We also offer technical advice and assistance. We are affiliated to The Jaguar Clubs of North America (JCNA) that facilitates JCCNF participation in events with North American local clubs that count towards North American standings.

Jaguar MKVAll Jaguar owners, restorers, drivers, mechanics, tinkerers and admirers are welcome to join our membership. Please note that Jaguar ownership is not a requirement of membership, but it is one of the best ways to maximize your pride of ownership!

JCCNF members own Jaguar's dating from 1950 through to 2017 F-Type sports models, with a great spectrum of Jaguar models in-between. Of course, many members, being British car enthusiasts, also own other British famous marques, including Rolls Royce, Bentley, Aston Martin, Triumph, MG, and others. You don't require a portfolio of British cars to become a member, all Jaguar owners, and admirers, are welcome. Don’t miss out on the fun, join JCCNF by selecting the ‘Join Now’ icon. Maximize the pleasure of owning your Jaguar, by becoming a member of your local Jaguar club!

Each month we plan an event, driving to various locations in the Northeast Florida, and include lunch or dinner, followed by a short club meeting. Some meetings feature a guest speaker. On other occasions you may see us driving a convoy of our Jaguar's to a car show. We have an exciting event, and meeting program.

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 The Jaguar Car Club of North Florida, Inc. is a Not-For-Profit Corporation. The Club was founded in 2000, and first registered in the State of Florida in February, 2001.