I’ve always wanted to drive a Jaguar in the jungle! Well thanks to Cartique I did!! This white 1954 Jaguar XK-120 is one of the most iconic Jaguars ever built. You might of seen an example of this car in the popular movie “Cruel Intentions” In 1954 it was the fastest production car in the world with a top speed of 120mph. This car in particular has its original interior and paint from the 1950’s. It has a 6 cylinder engine with about 180 horse power.
Cartique Car Club
You’d think that in order to get driving access to all these cool vintage cars you’d need to either be super rich, or have some really great friends. Surprisingly, Cartique Car Club doesn’t break the bank.
As long as you have a relatively clean license, are over 25 years old, and can afford it, you can get yourself a membership.
Cartique Car Club works off of a point-based membership system. There are three different primary levels of driving membership. The amount of in-car drive time you get depends on which membership you choose.
The starting level driving membership starts at $5,000 up front, and then $100 a month for ‘events & general club upkeep fees.’ The top level driving membership costs $15,000 at signup, with the same monthly dues. The points do not expire as long as you keep up with the membership dues. We also have a non driving social membership which gives you access to Cartique private events and access to the Caritque clubhouse.
Cartique Car Club will be hosting events at our the Cartique lounge inside the loop and also different restaurants in the Houston area. Cartique will organize multiple trips and rallies each year to give members access to drive these cars on more desirable roads. We will also host viewing parties and movie nights where the cars will be set up like a ‘drive in’ movie theater so you members can get a cool vintage movie experience.
Cartique Car Club is expected to launch in early June. For more information contact [email protected]
Leopard jumpsuit by Cesar Galindo from Sloan/Hall
Photos/Assistance by Alicia Cody
Styling/Models: Beth Muecke and Eddie Massa