[xj-s] Bonnet paint schemes

Does anyone remember some posts (back a couple years ago, or so)
that showed some different variations of paint schemes on the
bonnet? I believe one post was showing the result of someone’s
conception (done via a computer) of a British flag on the bonnet.
I have searched the archives, but was unable to locate the posts.
Any help in locating the posts, or preferrably the poster, would be
greatly appreciated.–
Tex Terry, II 86 XJ-S Coupe V12 GM400 DANA 2.88 LHD#134125
Franklin, PA, United States
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In reply to a message from TEX sent Fri 23 Jan 2004:

Do you mean the XKR of Austin Powers.
There was also an E Type–
Bleasie International Cabriolet Register www.jag92hot.co.uk
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In reply to a message from TEX sent Fri 23 Jan 2004:

On the Minnesota Jag website is a picture of a xke (i believe) that
is painted in a Brittish way… is this what your looking for??–
Danzemke
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In reply to a message from Danzemke sent Sat 24 Jan 2004:

To all who replied, thanks for your answers. As Paul pointed out
to me, the site that showed the pics is no longer up, nor does
there seem to be any way to contact the original poster Lee
Miller. I was trying to find out how Lee had done the examples of
the different paint schemes (what software or method) on the
computer. I am starting to do a repaint of our car, but wanted to
give us a chance at viewing different colors, before actually
painting the car. If any one can help, please contact me, or
better yet, continue this post over on ‘‘pub’’ (pub@jag-lovers.org),
as I would suppose that others may benefit from the information.
Again, Thanks. Tex.–
The original message included these comments:

On the Minnesota Jag website is a picture of a xke (i believe) that
is painted in a Brittish way… is this what your looking for??


Tex Terry, II 86 XJ-S Coupe V12 GM400 DANA 2.88 LHD#134125
Franklin, PA, United States
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