About JAG


Jaguar Associate Group, JAG is the Jaguar Clubs of North America, JCNA affiliated club for Jaguar enthusiasts and their families in the San Francisco, Silicon Valley, North, East and South Bay and Monterey areas.
With a diverse membership owning over 400 Jaguar cars from pre-war to today's Jaguar vehicles we have something for all Jaguar Lovers in the area.

In normal years, we organize one day and overnight drives combined with social events, museum visits and tech sessions.  Also hold several Social events, and at least one car show.   Our events may be JAG only event or events in participation with other car clubs.  

JAG Members receive our monthly Newsletter, the JAGazette and 6 times per year delivery of the Jaguar Journal, JCNA's house magazine.

Membership of JAG includes membership of the international club, JCNA, and provides discounts and behind the scenes visits.   
JAG is one of the oldest in not the oldest club in JCNA.

Our first Meeting of 25 Jaguar owners was held at the Trail's End Restaurant in Oakland, California on Friday, January 21, 1955. And so was started the Jaguar Associate Group (J.A.G.) club.

Long before mankind invented the wheel, many animals were domesticated and became man's beasts of burden. Elephants, camels, dogs, horses, mules and yaks surrendered. Most curiously, the felines rebelled. Today, the lithe Jaguar remains unridden and untamed.

Our breed of car was named in respect for this wild jungle beauty with good reason, for grace and pace were inbred. In the process, production practicality and optimum utility were very much secondary goals. This very contradictory wheeled feline is nurtured in only a small plot of the transportation field.

Owners love her virtues, a simple, voluptuous elegance, the courage of her crackling snarl as she attacks unmentionable monsters in the throaty purr after her meal. Owners may swear at, but accept her vices. A famous architect once prayed, "God, give me the luxuries of life and I'll gladly do without the necessities".

Greatly plagiarized from "Jaguar Associate Group, Fifty Year History" by Lawrence Cook