My engine looks pretty close to Rob’s in appearance (as shown in your other post, Maddy). Your radiator looks to be in pretty good shape, the header tanks often get very dented over the years. Your air cleaners are obviously aftermarket, and the spark plug lead conduit is a home-made affair, by the looks of it. Someone has done what was a common period modification by putting a bracket between the front of the cam covers in an attempt to cure oil leakage which was a persistent problem with the early “studless” cam covers. The downside is that it was necessary to drill and tap a hole in the head itself, which can easily be welded up. You could even repair it with JB Weld, or similar, to make an almost invisible repair with a little bit of silver paint applied to it. The water temperature tube is routed down the wrong side of the engine bay, and the “JAGUAR” badge on the underside of the bonnet is not original - looks to be one from a hubcap. Oh, I’ve just noticed there appears to be no plumbing for the heater (on/off tap, hoses, etc) on the raised section behind the engine on the bulkhead (firewall), though I can see the holes.