Established for the nation in 1983, the Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust is a registered educational charity. Its purpose is to preserve the heritage of Jaguar Cars Limited and its predecessor companies, with the marque names of Swallow, SS, Daimler and Lanchester.
The Trust’s major objective is to collect and preserve vehicles and artefacts, both past and present, that relate to the history, industrial development and social impact of Jaguar and its associated companies.
Vehicles from the Jaguar Heritage Trust Collection can be seen at two locations in the Midlands – the Coventry Transport Museum in the centre of the city and also at the British Motor Museum at Gaydon in Warwickshire.
British Motor Museum
Phone: 024 7656 4420