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Bit like a silly version of my Tesla Model S.
L.J.K. Setright was right.
"You just cant beat a good E-type"
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Not a fan of the front end but the rear quarter view in particular looks very nice. It is indeed quite an interesting concept. I don't know whether I would drive a 18.5 foot long car mind you!
Postgraduate Synthetic Chemist at The University of Bristol
Chasing the dream of a S1 4.2 OTS, but plan on getting an E ASAP!
Occasional contributor to the E-Type Club magazine
Lucky passenger in a 1962 FHC - 860927 - See restoration thread
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I see it's a 2+2; always knew they were tops!
I only fit in a 2+2, so got one!
1969 Series 2 2+2
2009 Jaguar XF-S
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It looks like my photo of the Mercedes at Pebble Beach in 2014 when we were there and the Lightweight E type was first shown :-
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1967 Series 1 4.2 FHC
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I like the style. Here's a video I found--
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It looks like something Rommel could have done with in the Western Desert