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Hal Sweeney posted a photo
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Dave Kerr replied to Joseph Barbella's discussion Wiring harnesses for '69 FHC series II LHD in the group E-TYPE WORKSHOP GROUP
"The best supplier of E-Type wiring harnesses is Autosparks, they supply the correct period harness, they supply the trade. Cost is around £550 plus shipping. Search Autosparks and you will find them. Hope that helps Dave"
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Lawrence Baxter posted photos
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Lawrence Baxter updated their profile
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Roger Learmonth replied to Roger Learmonth's discussion Jaguar Sports/Racing Special
"George, Love your C. Good to see another example of fine English craftsmanship. I guess this forum isn’t the place for this discourse but your reaching 70 hits a note as I am there in September. Right now I still have my Toys, some for almost…"
Wednesday
George D. Barry replied to Roger Learmonth's discussion Jaguar Sports/Racing Special
"What a beautiful engine bay, interior and boot.  I really liked the engine bay with the three weber carburetors.  I have a 1951 harley stroked with a weber and it goes like stink.  I attached two pictures of the C Type replica and one…"
Wednesday
Roger Learmonth replied to Roger Learmonth's discussion Jaguar Sports/Racing Special
"Thanks for you comments George I suspect owning a car made to be replicated for commercial sale makes a positive difference. The problem with mine is that it’s the only example. Previous owners never really put it through its paces and when I…"
Tuesday
George D. Barry replied to Roger Learmonth's discussion Jaguar Sports/Racing Special
"Very nice lines, reminds me of my 1953 Heritage C Type from Classic Jaguar Replicas (CJR) that was built by Phil Cottrell of Reading, England. Wish I had a glove box and a boot that holds more than just the tire and jack but that was not how they…"
Tuesday
Roger Learmonth updated their profile
Jan 25
Roger Learmonth posted a discussion

Jaguar Sports/Racing Special

Having previously posted a request related to my Barris ‘120 and to prove that I’m a glutton for punishment, I thought some of you might like to comment on a more recent acquisition. Like the Barris it’s one to love or hate. A Reynard space frame with XJ40 suspension, a stroked 4.7 XK engine and a Tremec T5 box it goes and stops quite well.See More
Jan 25
Lawrence Baxter posted photos
Jan 24
Lawrence Baxter is now a member of THE JAGUAR SOCIAL NETWORK
Jan 24
Philbert Desanex replied to Simeon Bauer's discussion restoring 68 2+2 in france
"Salut Je suis sur Toulouse et je suis un " restaurateur" débutant, pour l'instant, j'ai démonté l'intérieur et je traite la rouille dans les bas de caisse ..."
Jan 23
Peter Jan Rusch posted photos
Jan 22
Peter Jan Rusch posted a status
"New Project XK140FHC 1955"
Jan 22
Rafe Saber posted a video

Jaguar E Type 1969 Series 2. 4.2 Roadster from Jack Epstein Productions on Vimeo.

Jaguar E Type 1969 Series 2. 4.2 Roadster

For Sale via Auction "South Western Vehicle Auctions" Poole, Dorset On January 30th 2015 at 11.00am For more info www.swva.co.uk
Jan 21
Mike Foster's photo was featured

D-Type

This is my 1969 D replica. Based on a S1 X and has a 4.2 with triple weber carbs and 5 speed box. Also has the correct Dunlop wheels.I straight swopped a Ferrari 348 and an Abarth replica for the D Type
Jan 20
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Jan 20
Mike Foster posted photos
Jan 19
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Jan 18
 

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