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Hi Joerg. I've been away for the forum for a while and only seeing this now. Great work! Lots similar to my own project including some of the past patchwork! Best of luck with the rest of the job. I look forward to seeing it sometime.
I can identify with all you say thereFrankoid wrote: Must have been very stunning in its original crimson and grey roof. It sounds a mega bucks big project but potentially a fantastic car...
I too own both a V12 E Type 2 + 2 And my 67 MK 1 Interceptor..I have owned the Jag for 37 years..Great car always puts a smile on m face just looking at it..I do not get the said fumes. However very hot in the footwell..It drives a lot better the more I use it.. But saying all that it also makes me...
- Sat Sep 15, 2018 12:59 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Classic cars on the road
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A 1924 Delage which I met today while driving my FF to Belfast and back - people from Oxfordshire returning homewards after a tour in Northern Ireland.Accompanied by a Lagonda