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    Its not everyday......

    You see one of these







    Jag XJS Lynx Eventer, only 67 ever made and only 49 in RHD Cant be many left.
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    Nice.
    2004 - on : 1999 S14a 398bhp 378lb/ft
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    Don’t think I’ve ever seen one of those
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chriscooke View Post
    Don’t think I’ve ever seen one of those
    same here,I think it looks quite good, for some reason it reminded me of the rover P6 estate,
    the roof line and rear quarters is a bit reliant scimitar se5

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    Class is timeless!

    Wonder what we will think of the current range of jaaaaaags in 30+yrs time?

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    Its in lovely condition and it will certainly get you noticed but somehow the back end looks a bit...well..sad face to me.

    I definitely prefer the look of the drop head and the fixed head coupes.

    I really like the quality of the pictures, Mark. Good shooting !

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    If I drove that I wouldn't feel fully dressed without a Cravat.

    I see an XJS most days on the way to work, always shocking how small it is.

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    Small or low ? They're quite long.

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    Can't tell the difference cleanhands's Avatar
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    Just small compared to everything around it. It's only when you catch yourself checking ebay for Ford Rangers that you realise we've fully embraced the pick up around here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cleanhands View Post
    It's only when you catch yourself checking ebay for Ford Rangers
    Mmm. Stop doing that.

    I remember doing a photoshop* of an S14 shooting break estate some years ago which I was very proud of. It's a style of car I've always liked.
    Scimitar, P1800, even the modern VW Scirocco.
    I owned a late 1988 Honda Accord Aerodeck before my S14, which was a similar idea.


    *= more likely to have been Microsoft Paint

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