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E-Type Jaguar
The Jaaaaag. Many of you have already seen this on Flickr, but I figured I'd still stick around on MP too.
About this creation

Posted a bit late, but better late than never. MOCpages is beginning to resemble an old Porsche. Breaking down more often than it works.
















The front.
















The side, with many plates.
















The tan shack, with brown trim. A classic look, fits into many areas and adds warmth.
















The back. Missing some cannons exhaust pipes, as noted by some folks elsewhere.
















The back again! C-c-combo!! !
















Enough outdoorsy stuff, it was cold. (Ironically its quite warm now, but these pics are already a week old!)
















Much opening goodness.
















And again, even that front opens up serenely. Like opening a cushioned caramelly dream.
















The engine. POWAAAA!!!!! *turns off Topgear*
















And some steering gubbins! Did I mention it has independent double wishbone suspension in front, and live axle in the rear? Snazzy stuffs, too.
















Dark tan trunk. Fancy!
















Enough room for a whole Ecurie Ecosse transporter, with all the Jags ever!!!
















The interior. Time to get edgy!
















Gloveboxes! Cast your eyes elsewhere, kiddies, this glovebox is the top-of-the-line glove version. Now with real glove action! More glove than a mere pup can handle! *A kid walks over and puts on the gloves, and nothing happens*.



...fine then...






















At least the seats shuffle about. Just forward and backward, no up/down action.
















The spine! two spines actually. With a 1st+reverse+parking brake+neutral gearbox in between.
















Aerial tomato!
















hang on, I don't think that's right. Aerial tomato makes no sense. Must've meant Aerial Ace.
















Thanks for viewing!

















Comments

Senator Chinchilla .
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Charlie A
  November 20, 2013
Do you make your sets from the massive beetle from like 2008?
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  June 17, 2013
OMG this is beautiful and nice technic work too long life to the JAAAAAG!
  April 1, 2013
I love the e-type ! You always do great work with real cars. But this time, some proportions are not perfect : First, the hood is a bit too short as TheLegoNoitAll said. The beauty of the e-type comes from his disproportionate nose, so much longer than the cockpit ^^. And second, the tracks / treads are too large. The MK1 e-type has smale tracks compared to its width. The wheels are really hidden under the body : http://www.netcarshow.com/jaguar/1971-e-type/800x600/wallpaper_05.htm check the specifications here : http://www.carfolio.com/specifications/models/car/?car=58773 But i know technic wheels are too wide for old cars, and the steering would be difficult with the body hiding so much the front wheels.
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  March 22, 2013
ravishingly beautiful!
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  March 17, 2013
Oh boy, this is amazing! I love those headlights, and all those functions. Great stud work all around :)
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  March 15, 2013
Nice work once again! Love the details and the fact that you leave all the studs "exposed". Beautiful car!
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  March 13, 2013
Lovely work! Like how you did the grill. Great presentation. 5 smilies!
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  March 12, 2013
amazing car, I especially like the back shaping. 5/5
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  March 11, 2013
This is very beautiful! the only flaw i can tell (other than the lack of exhaust pipes)is the windsheild is to close to the front, as it starts more than half way back (though it looks better this way, my fav cars have the windsheild far back, but this one is so far back i find it weird looking, though it looks good top down, but top up or coupe it looks weird imo) http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=jag+e-type+side&qs=n&form=QBIR&pq=jag+e-type+side&sc=0-13&sp=-1&sk=#view=detail&id=1A8F4D2195BD1D035458D29B3B2C05055503B26A&selectedIndex=3 though it is still a great car!
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  March 11, 2013
Inside and outside a absolute beautiful and well detailed car. Love the design :)
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  March 11, 2013
Ah... back in the days when cars had style and design! :)
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  March 11, 2013
Very nice car! There is one of these hanging around where I live. Never had the chance to take a picture of it:(
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  March 11, 2013
Great job !!! Perfect to the last detail.
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  March 11, 2013
Amazing work!
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  March 11, 2013
what a stunner that car was!
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  March 11, 2013
Hey Senator, great job, well done !!! The scale is perfect near in every detail - and from this there are very much to see. For me it´s a good day at this morning. LEGO foreever!
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  March 11, 2013
Beautiful Jag! I love the shape, it's perfect!
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  March 11, 2013
I always like your wheels:[]
Senator Chinchilla .
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kenneth rattledge
  March 10, 2013
nice looking car, a mixture of old and some new parts, the rear axle could do with a differential though, is the rear shocks mounted straight on the axle too?
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  March 10, 2013
Excellent work. -LB Jr.
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  March 10, 2013
Beautiful shaping of one of the most beautiful cars EVER!!! The only thing missing is the puddle of oil underneath it and a puff of smoke from the wiring harness. =]
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  March 10, 2013
Nice work
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  March 10, 2013
Excellent! The inside looks great, too. The dig on old Porsche's was totally uncalled for, however ;)
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  March 10, 2013
Quoting Alex B Impressive build! Looks really really nice. Darn good analogy too! Why on Flickr does it say you took the pictures in Mwingi, Eastern, KE?
You didn't know America was inside the Kenyan borders? =P
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  March 10, 2013
studded lego awesomeness and the engine is top rate
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  March 10, 2013
Awesome! This was my childhood favorite car. I love even today ;o)
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  March 10, 2013
Love it, very curvy! The blue goes well with the cream too, very aerial tomato :)
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  March 10, 2013
Sweet, I love the tail lights for some reason.
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  March 10, 2013
Impressive build! Looks really really nice. Darn good analogy too! Why on Flickr does it say you took the pictures in Mwingi, Eastern, KE?
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  March 10, 2013
Best glove compartment build ever.
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  March 10, 2013
There's a whole Ecurie Ecosse transporter in the boot. It must be huge!!! This is full of plate-y, technic-y goodness and I love it.
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  March 10, 2013
Quoting kenneth rattledge nice looking car, a mixture of old and some new parts, the rear axle could do with a differential though, is the rear shocks mounted straight on the axle too?
Nope, they're quite off. The back wheels move forward about a half stud when you push the suspension down. And a dif, you say? I might actually be able to do something about that... thanks for the idea.
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  March 10, 2013
Wow. This is an epic car. You seem to like building 70's and 80's cars.
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  March 10, 2013
Quoting MortalSwordsman . Great to see it here too. We get to see all those extra shots and angles. Is this one wheel drive? Or are the rear axles connected?
No, the whole axle is connected so 2WD. =]
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  March 10, 2013
Great to see it here too. We get to see all those extra shots and angles. Is this one wheel drive? Or are the rear axles connected?
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  March 10, 2013
Finally, it appears on MOCpages! I absolutely love this, possibly my favourite from you!
 
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