[E-Type] Gals and E types!

My wife caught a silver haired gal petting my (car’s) fender in the parking lot! Good thing I wasn’t there then!

Terry Says,
I can’t really say much about my experiences with Gals and E Types except to
say they were all good experiences and a long time ago.

I used to think it was me, then a couple of years ago a Mate told me how he
and others were put off because they reckoned I had an unfair advantage
driving Jag’s in general Racing an E Type he said was the icing on the cake,
well then I remembered it was Blokes who always said they hated E Types,
not Sheila’s.

I find there is To day Blokes that will walk across the Paddock to look at
our E Type but always say something like, I never really liked E Types, they
always seemed a bit, “not sure I can use the word any more”, Guns in Austin
and all that, I then look at these Blokes, short on breath, sweating,
obviously seen the
car Race then they say something Dumb like that, after walking across the
Paddock in the stinking hot sun, why bother to Can E Types, they must really
hate them ? or is it envy ? Stuffed if I know I just like the cars.

What’s it Mean ? so many people love to hate E Types, not sure I think
it’s a bit like when I was young and waiting with keen aspirations for a
certain Blonde Lady to turn up to a Dance,a live resident Band etc, I was
near the Window and this Red Carrot Pulls up out front, out gets two
Sheila’s from inside this brand new Red Coupe, tight squeeze, well I
remember
the feeling OH so well here was my favourite car with this Blonde Lady I
had well kind of checked out for a while, I must have been Green.

Later when I was able to get through the Crowd that had gathered around
Christine & Barbara, asking about the E Type & Driver, I said yeah E Types
are OK Corvettes are better, OH! Christine asked what kind of Car do you
have?
I replied a Wolseley 6/80, both Barbara & Christine Laughed, I was suprised
they did not even know what a Wolseley 6/80 was, well I was 17 years old and
had owned Wolseley’s since I was 14, I thought everybody knew about them
English Cop Cars etc.
Besides mine was a Racing Wolseley with a near straight through Exhaust.

Well that fixed me up for a time, later I got up enough courage to pull up
at the bus stop at Manly Wharf and Honk the Horn on the Wolseley and lean
over and open the Passenger door saying Hop in ,or something as simple, well
they did except the blonde sat near the Window.

It all worked out OK in the end, a few days later I smashed the Wolseley
badly and myself, the Blonde visited me in Hospital and gave me a Toy E Type
and laughed telling me how my Mate had told her how much I really liked E
Types etc, we hung around for a time but keeping a Blonde was hard
especially when she found
out I spent my money on cars, what I needed was a Blonde who liked to spend
money on my car. I bought a Jaguar MK7 M to run around in while the Wolseley
was off the road, I had to wait until I was 19 to have my first E Type.

I find now that E Types still attract the attention of Young Ladies but
Generally they are with their Grand Mothers.

See The Wolseley http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Lane/1209/w.html
I am not very popular with Wolesley fans at moment as I’m not going to
finish the Wolseley for sometime.
Regards
Terry__________________________________________________
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Terry wrote:_____________________________________
I find there is To day Blokes that will walk across the Paddock to look at
our E Type but always say something like, I never really liked E Types,
they
always seemed a bit, “not sure I can use the word any more”…


“Too expensive”, perhaps?

Stay cool, Terry. Your tickets will be there on Monday :wink:

Dan Mooney
@Dan_Mooney
http://www.classicjaguar.com

Classy looking old car. Sort of like the 1930’s models US cars.
LLoyd

JAGPRO wrote:>

Terry Says,
I can’t really say much about my experiences with Gals and E Types except to
say they were all good experiences and a long time ago…

I really have to type in the New York Times review of the EType exhibit
at the Museum of Modern Art for you all. The author says the car was the
key symbol of the “breakdown” of sexual morals in the '60’s. It’s a hoot.

My reaction was “I wonder if this guy is …” not sure I can use that word
any more.

Jerry

Jerry Mouton mailto:@mouton Laissez les bons temps
rouler!----- Original Message -----
From: Dan Mooney danmooney@classicjaguar.com
To: e-type@jag-lovers.org
Sent: Friday, March 17, 2000 6:15 AM
Subject: Re: [E-Type] Gals and E types!

Terry wrote:


I find there is To day Blokes that will walk across the Paddock to look at
our E Type but always say something like, I never really liked E Types,
they
always seemed a bit, “not sure I can use the word any more”…


“Too expensive”, perhaps?

Stay cool, Terry. Your tickets will be there on Monday :wink:

Dan Mooney
danmooney@classicjaguar.com
http://www.classicjaguar.com

In a message dated 03/17/2000 10:44:00 AM Eastern Standard Time,
jerry@moutons.org writes:> I really have to type in the New York Times review of the EType exhibit

at the Museum of Modern Art for you all. The author says the car was the
key symbol of the “breakdown” of sexual morals in the '60’s. It’s a hoot.

My reaction was “I wonder if this guy is …” not sure I can use that word
any more.

Jerry

Jerry Mouton mailto:jerry@moutons.org Laissez les bons temps
rouler!
======================
Hi Jerry. Sure would like for you to send me that article - I am always
interested in how cars are responsible for the breakdown of our morals!

Regards,

Rex Henderson
CT USA 72 2+2

WOW, I own a “key symbol of the “breakdown” of sexual
morals in the '60’s.” Cool, sounds much better than
owning a car. Only wish it could fit on a licence
plate.

Michael— Jerry Mouton jerry@moutons.org wrote:

I really have to type in the New York Times review
of the EType exhibit
at the Museum of Modern Art for you all. The author
says the car was the
key symbol of the “breakdown” of sexual morals in
the '60’s. It’s a hoot.

My reaction was “I wonder if this guy is …” not
sure I can use that word
any more.

Jerry

Jerry Mouton mailto:jerry@moutons.org
Laissez les bons temps
rouler!

----- Original Message -----
From: Dan Mooney danmooney@classicjaguar.com
To: e-type@jag-lovers.org
Sent: Friday, March 17, 2000 6:15 AM
Subject: Re: [E-Type] Gals and E types!

Terry wrote:


I find there is To day Blokes that will walk
across the Paddock to look at
our E Type but always say something like, I never
really liked E Types,
they
always seemed a bit, “not sure I can use the word
any more”…


“Too expensive”, perhaps?

Stay cool, Terry. Your tickets will be there on
Monday :wink:

Dan Mooney
danmooney@classicjaguar.com
http://www.classicjaguar.com


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Talk to your friends online with Yahoo! Messenger.

so true Jerry !! I have that column on the bulliten board above my desk at
work. " Blatantly phallic " and " more than a little off color " are a
couple of this knuckleheads comments. But the real kicker is the reference
to the car being a " dirty joke " and " spoiled " pleasure which I
supposedly experience while driving my car !! All of which is news to me !-----Original Message-----
From: Jerry Mouton jerry@moutons.org
To: e-type@jag-lovers.org e-type@jag-lovers.org
Date: Friday, March 17, 2000 10:52 AM
Subject: Re: [E-Type] Gals and E types!

I really have to type in the New York Times review of the EType exhibit
at the Museum of Modern Art for you all. The author says the car was the
key symbol of the “breakdown” of sexual morals in the '60’s. It’s a hoot.

My reaction was “I wonder if this guy is …” not sure I can use that word
any more.

Jerry

Jerry Mouton mailto:jerry@moutons.org Laissez les bons temps
rouler!

----- Original Message -----
From: Dan Mooney danmooney@classicjaguar.com
To: e-type@jag-lovers.org
Sent: Friday, March 17, 2000 6:15 AM
Subject: Re: [E-Type] Gals and E types!

Terry wrote:


I find there is To day Blokes that will walk across the Paddock to look
at

our E Type but always say something like, I never really liked E Types,
they
always seemed a bit, “not sure I can use the word any more”…


“Too expensive”, perhaps?

Stay cool, Terry. Your tickets will be there on Monday :wink:

Dan Mooney
danmooney@classicjaguar.com
http://www.classicjaguar.com

And to think I thought my sexual breakdown was old age! Just the car,
huh!
Paul
62 “Key symbol …”----- Original Message -----
From: “michael spiers” michaelspiers@yahoo.com
To: e-type@jag-lovers.org
Sent: Friday, March 17, 2000 2:14 PM
Subject: Re: [E-Type] Gals and E types!

WOW, I own a “key symbol of the “breakdown” of sexual
morals in the '60’s.” Cool, sounds much better than
owning a car. Only wish it could fit on a licence
plate.

Michael