Jowett Jupiter classic car website site map
These Jowett Jupiter internet pages are for those interested in the Jupiter
The Jupiter is a classic sports car - a rare car indeed, but still around since its first appearance in 1950.
For information on the Jowett Jupiter car, its history, and its clubs you are most cordially invited to visit the following pages on this meticulously prepared site
Not sure were to go next? Click on the magazine section
The Competition History of the Jowett Jupiter car
The Jupiter a hand-built sports car through and through
The Jupiter specifications and performance data
A Book List of essential reading on the Jowett Jupiter
How to buy Edmund Nankivell's book on the Jowett Jupiter
The Clubs catering for enthusiasts of the Jowett car and the Jupiter car
An oft-updated magazine section with details of current happenings in the Jupiter world, and some links (at the bottom of the page) to other sites.
The magazine section 2003 to 2005
The magazine section up to 2003
The historic Jupiter Run to Le Mans in June 2000 photos and description. Forty Jupiters all together at Le Mans
A Jupiter takes the autorail to Hyeres joins 75 other period sporting cars for a retro, May 2001
The 2002 tour UK to Denmark by several Jupiters and Javelins
The 2003 Jupiter Summer Tour to Northern France and the Loire Valley
The 2006 Jupiter Summer Tour to Lorraine, the Black Forest and Alsace
The 2007 Jupiter Summer Tour to Northern England and Scotland
The 2007 Jupiter Summer Tour to Northern England and Scotland - Craig Ainge's Diary
The 2008 Jupiter meeting in Hull
A page given over to a few famous people who have owned Jupiters.
A little bit of Jowett Genealogy and family lore.
A page of quirky photos of Jowett Jupiters.
A page devoted to Farina-bodied Jupiters
Neil Belk launched the North American Jowett Register web site. Its URL is www.jowettjupiter.com
For the name JOWETT and its VARIATIONS
My name is Benjamin Jowett
by Henry Beeching 1859-1919
First come I: my name is Jowett.
There's no knowledge but I know it
I am master of this college
What I don't know isn't knowledge
OR EVEN! Jowett's mausoleum epitaph
� MG Adelberg 2005 all rights reserved
My name, it is Jowett,
As the gods did bestow it.
Though I lie here below it,
This lawn, none will mow it.
Life's river, I rowed it
Plato's line, I towed it,
Truth's seed, I did sow it,
If it is knowledge, I know it.
Yes, Benjamin Jowett (1817 - 1893) was a famous English theologian and Greek scholar whose translations of Plato (c.427 - 347bc) are still read today. After being Regius Professor, he became Master of Balliol College, Oxford, from 1870 to 1893.
He also translated Thucydides and Aristotle; he took 30 years over the translation Plato's Republic. No wonder it is still the standard English-language text.
It is unlikely that he built or drove motor cars.
There is of course the Jowett Library at Balliol with the extensive collection of BJ's papers.
And finally, Bahlsen make really nice biscuits:
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||A handbuilt car||Jowett Clubs||Le Mans Jupitour 2000||Blois Jupitour 2003||Jupitour 2006||Jupitour 2007||
||Quirky Jupiter photos||A Jupiter travels to Hyeres||