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just had a drive in one of these

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Big Landy Fan
my brothers father inlaw owns it (not the one in picture) ,what a lovely drive :) it drives,sounds and even smells good

nothing like these plastic euro boxes you find today
 

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A mate of mine at work from St. Albans, restored a Mk2 Jag, dark blue with wire wheels, just like the one in the picture. Its absolutely immaculate.

Roger.
 
A true driver's car, love them to bit's a good friend of mine had one in old english white, the look's, the sound and the smell a true joy to drive:)
 
One of the Mechanics at Trent had an S Type, either a 3.4 or 3.8.

Do you remember the Daimler version with the 250 V8?

Chris

PS I used a clutch pressure plate out of a 3.8 when Ifitted my V8.
 
One of the Mechanics at Trent had an S Type, either a 3.4 or 3.8.

Do you remember the Daimler version with the 250 V8?

Chris

PS I used a clutch pressure plate out of a 3.8 when Ifitted my V8.

The V8 was two triumph engine's wasn't it joined together?
 
The V8 was two triumph engine's wasn't it joined together?
The Daimler v8 was a new motor and was designed by Edward Turner - best known for his Triumph motorcycle engine work. You may be thinking of the Stag engine which I'm pretty sure was based on 2 dolomite engines.
Regards
Jon
 
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