The Wildcat Owners Club was formed to offer support, encouragement and sympathy to owners and builders of JPR Wildcats.
The club secretary is currently Brian Betts - more info will appear here in the near future.
Alan Hart has previously undertaken the incredibly difficult but rewarding task of editing and producing the superb club magazine (Cat Chat). Unfortunately Alan is no longer with us
I' m Dave Crabb and I run the web site. If you want to know more about the Club or the Cars then Email me.
JPR was based at the Goodwood Motor Racing Circuit in West Sussex and started trading in the mid eighties. Watch out for the 'SUPER SHELL' building on the start/finish line at Goodwood. JPR is currently in the process of relocating its factory. Further information will appear here as it becomes available.
The former factory premises have been redeveloped as a part of the new pits complex at the relaunched Goodwood circuit and so JPR is currently without premises.
The club takes stands at most of the Kit Car shows in this country and has an active membership who support the clubs activities. We also organise various events throughout the year in the UK as well as attending the annual Le Mans 24 hour race in France.
Membership of the Owners Club also entitles you to a discount on car Insurance from Adrian Flux & Co who are one of the best known of the specialist Insurance Companies.
Adrian Flux Insurance.........
This is a picture of my Wildcat 2+2 roadster. I built the car in 1990/91 and used it regularly until it was sold in 2002. It was fitted with a well tuned 2.0 litre Pinto engine (Fast road cam, twin 40 DCOEs etc) and a 5-speed gearbox. It was finished in Jaguar Pendelican White and trimmed in red. Since selling the car I have remained Wildcat-less - but I may be tempted to get another if the right car comes along.