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David MG
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Re: Jaguar

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Mellow yellows

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XJ12 - MINICHAMPS Code 3
XJ6 - Vanguards + BBR
XJ220 TWR - Spark
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Re: Jaguar

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Very nice line up David. You must be mellowing as you age.
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Re: Jaguar

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I think I like E-Types.......................

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I think you do too. Nice
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And you put your money where your mouth is. :mrgreen:
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I loved the E-Type too until I tried to get into the coupe once, many years ago at a dealer. I'm 6-feet-4 and entry was im-poss-i-ble. But the form of the car is phenomenal and the array of E's displayed here is superbo.

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Great photo of your E-types, David! ;)

I love E-types too!
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Jaguar XFR, Ixo :

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Jaguar XKR-S, Ixo :

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Enjoy !

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I really don't like the XFR, but as a model in these colors I am digging it.
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JSB33 wrote:I really don't like the XFR, but as a model in these colors I am digging it.

X2 And IXO once again hits about its pay grade.

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Spark

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Spark

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Last two are super nice. Am I right in thinking that Spark haven't actually made the 1988 winner yet? They must have near enough the correct mould by now!
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Jaguar XJ, Ixo models:

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Enjoy!

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Spark

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Spark

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Re: Jaguar

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Spark

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3 Sparks and 2 Minichamps

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Very, very, very, very impressive, Andy! :o
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scalainj wrote:Spark

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This model looks amazingly familiar,sort of deja vu all over again.

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Re: Jaguar

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I just remember the reason I don't like exploring the different bays on this site and here it is

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I was more content at hanging out in the 1/64 scale section. You guys really know how to make a person envious.....lol


Great set of Jaguars Andy!!!

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Spark
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Re: Jaguar

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Nice!

I've always liked those Jaguars! I should add one to my collection.

By the way, I'm not familiar with the "Silk Cut" brand. What do they sell?
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DeadCanDanceR wrote:Nice!

By the way, I'm not familiar with the "Silk Cut" brand. What do they sell?
I just looked it up and it is a brand of cigarettes. I did not know that either.

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Re: Jaguar

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Hawk wrote:
DeadCanDanceR wrote:Nice!

By the way, I'm not familiar with the "Silk Cut" brand. What do they sell?
I just looked it up and it is a brand of cigarettes. I did not know that either.
Thanks! :)

Odd name for cigarettes! :o
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