Jaguar Airline -the devil is in the detail

airline All aboard.

The devil is in the detail so it is said. Armando can vouch for that. These are the spate wheel cover retaining plates The original die cast in poor shape after only 85 years and most missing so we made these to replace them in stainless steel. "Not new, not like new . Better than new" Billy Dunn used to say. He would love them. Bet thes are around as long as the Cugnot Steam Car We hope so . Will make the trades people's efforts in the restoration well worth while

Airline in primer having chrome, locks, handle, windscreen fittings, glasses, rubbers, all dry fit so when it's painted. Hey presto. 

Now, what colour do we think suits it best? 
White, Rich cream, blue, fire engine red. No not red. Maybe BRG?
Jaguar XF
Let's take the JAAAAAG

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