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Old 22nd March 2015, 18:32   #16
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I am so sad to see this car in its present condition that I am willing to donate a clock for this car with the hopes that it may motivate the owner to hand over the car to one of the talented restorers in India.

I have ordered a new clock for my car to replace the non-working one with a working one. At least a non working clock I want to donate will fill up the hole in the tachometer.
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Old 24th March 2015, 03:11   #18
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The more pictures I see of this car, the more I am beginning to it think that it seems the person who the owner is using to work on the cars is not very skilled. A point on case is the tool kit. It has been ruined by fixing the beige rexine material. The correct finish of the tool kit is plywood painted with a special green furry textured paint. I can only hope that this car can be correctly restored.
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Makes me so wish I could finish off my Jag 1.5 ! Wonder when it will be ready !!!
If any assistance is required in sourcing out parts for your project (1.5 L Jaguar) please feel free to drop a line. It will be my please to help out.
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Old 28th April 2015, 09:31   #20
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Any takers for the clock? The one on the Right is the working one arrived a few days ago and fitted. The one on the left is non working. It can be used to fill up the space in the RPM meter.
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