The Royal Automobile Club presented their annual Historic Awards last week in which JUE 477 won the Restoration Class.
The careful restoration took several years and JUE made its first public appearance at the Concours de Elegance at Hampton Court in September 2020. This award was collected by Julian Shoolheifer on behalf of the restoration team at INEOS Automotive.
JUE 477 was built in 1948 and was originally intended for King George VI. After 50 years of being left to the elements and stored in a barn, the restoration took place to what you see today.
The essence of JUE along with other 4X4 icons has been studied, curated and combined to create the INEOS Grenadier, a vehicle that prioritises function over form and will withstand the daily punishment you put it through. A 4X4 ready for the present day, with history as its blueprint.
View the JUE 477 and other icons in the “4X4 Icons, presented by INEOS Grenadier”