Fw: [xk] Jag Special

P.S. meant to attach this. The car loses a lot of visual appeal in this
scaled down example.
http://www.whitemetal.com/thread/FineScale/h00_00010.htm

Len:
Very handsome. It seems to be a melding of a 120 FHC and a Bugatti 57C
Atlantique, which could not be more fitting as the ‘Bug’ was Sir William’s
inspiration for the 120. It is a fabulous tribute to the marque and the
man.
Thanks for sharing it.
Regards
BB
----- Original Message -----
From: “Len Brighton” lenbrighton@hotmail.com
To: xk@jag-lovers.org
Sent: Monday, February 23, 2004 11:13 PM
Subject: [xk] Jag Special

Folks,
I have posted a photo of a special that is being developed here in
Melbourne. I saw it a concourse a couple of years ago and have only
just

found the roll of film. I think it was based on a Mk7 chassis. The
body

was fibreglass and at that stage the car was driveable. I’m sure many
people will look at it and say “yuk”. I happen to think it is very
striking. Then again I also liked the body that was fitted to my
Minerva.> >

See the special at
http://www.jag-lovers.com/snaps/snap_view.php3?id=1077317218

and the Minerva body at
http://www.alphalink.com.au/~minerva/asfoundan.jpg and
http://www.alphalink.com.au/~minerva/asfoundside.jpg

Regards
Len Brighton
150fhc S824101BW
Wheelers Hill
Victoria Australia 3150
(15 miles south east of Melbourne)

Len’s home page http://www.alphalink.com.au/~minerva/


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