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#10051 werks prototype

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Posted 28 September 2011 - 21:41

Another illustrator/artist whose portfolio covers multiple arenas is Leslie Cresswell. He is well known to us for his automotive drawings, many of which have been posted in these pages. I don't believe we have yet seen his '32 Alfa Romeo GP.
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I don't believe we have seen his '31 MG Magna


The type P.3 Alfa is on page 238, Peter. And the Magna is just a few posts away (From here) on page number 250.

It is tricky working through so many submissions. :up:

Sellafield is a great find. I have a similar colour cutaway of a French reactor somewhere.

And talking of automotive artists lending their hands to different 'types' of engine. You will find a 'Giant Cornish beam pumping' engine. By Max Millar on page 171. And you will also find a 'Fire' Engine by Mr Matthews on page 102. :cat:

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#10052 Allan Lupton

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Posted 28 September 2011 - 22:04

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E.R.A. R.5.B. Nearside front axle. Artist, Max Millar.

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E.R.A. R.5.B. Offside rear suspension. Artist, Max Millar.

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E.R.A. R.5.B. Rear torsion bar anchorage and radius rod attachment. Artist, Max Millar.

Sorry but a B type ERA has semi-elliptic-sprung live axles.
These drawings appear to be the E type. There's a complete chassis drawing of one of those somewhere in the preceeding 50 pages!

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Posted 28 September 2011 - 22:11

Sorry but a B type ERA has semi-elliptic-sprung live axles.
These drawings appear to be the E type. There's a complete chassis drawing of one of those somewhere in the preceeding 50 pages!



You are right. It should have read E.R.A. G.P.1. They came from the same folder of drawings containing bits 'n' bobs associated wth the B type.

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Posted 28 September 2011 - 23:10

The type P.3 Alfa is on page 238, Peter. And the Magna is just a few posts away (From here) on page number 250.

It is tricky working through so many submissions. :up:

Sellafield is a great find. I have a similar colour cutaway of a French reactor somewhere.

And talking of automotive artists lending their hands to different 'types' of engine. You will find a 'Giant Cornish beam pumping' engine. By Max Millar on page 171. And you will also find a 'Fire' Engine by Mr Matthews on page 102. :cat:

Mark


I did miss the Magna - relying on Ibsen's wonderful index only works when you check the posts after the last version (oops). I didn't remember the fire engine cab - thanks.

Dick Ellis is another whose portfolio is pretty broad. We are familiar with his automotive work - much has been posted here. Included is his Ferrari 512BB (which I didn't see on the index, but I clearly can be mistaken).
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One of his aviation drawings is this PA32 Cherokee Six.
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An example in the nautical field is the Sanders Roe SR-N2 air cushion vessel.
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He also did some nuclear work - this one is the Creys Malville facility in Isere, France.
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Nuclear Engineering's list of World Reactors presently totals 105 (clearly there are more reactors in the world than that - these are just the ones for which Nuclear Engineering has commissioned large wall charts). Soon I will be posting two more in conjunction with examples of multiple subject artists.

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Posted 29 September 2011 - 02:51

A subject and artist we have not seen before. This is a Ferrari 330 P2, by Manfred Lampe, from Prancing Horse issue #34. Lampe was the editor of the magazine at the time.


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Posted 29 September 2011 - 03:52

A subject and artist we have not seen before. This is a Ferrari 330 P2, by Manfred Lampe, from Prancing Horse issue #34. Lampe was the editor of the magazine at the time.


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Wonderful find! thanks...
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Posted 29 September 2011 - 08:14

Some web-finds from all over the place. I can't remember seeing them here before.

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This is the second version with the boxy casing. We had the first version before. Can't read the signature

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It is signed but I can't read it as either.

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I know that is pushing it a bit far...

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The filename says Pete Millar as artist.

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Posted 29 September 2011 - 16:34

A subject and artist we have not seen before. This is a Ferrari 330 P2, by Manfred Lampe, from Prancing Horse issue #34. Lampe was the editor of the magazine at the time.


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Hi Guys,
I worked with a Manfred Lampe whilst at Jaguar, he was sent by Ford to the Design Department. His previous position was design executive on the Ford Mondeo. He owned and raced a Ferrari 330 P2 which is know doubt how he came to produce the illustration.

#10059 helioseism

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Posted 29 September 2011 - 20:03

From Prancing Horse #81, here is the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona by Jay Koka. A rather different viewpoint and style from other artists.


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#10060 werks prototype

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Posted 29 September 2011 - 20:19

From Prancing Horse #81, here is the Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona by Jay Koka. A rather different viewpoint and style from other artists.
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:up: Unique material, as usual, from you, helioseism.


#10061 helioseism

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Posted 29 September 2011 - 22:15

:up: Unique material, as usual, from you, helioseism.


Thanks. I try to find unusual stuff.

#10062 helioseism

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Posted 29 September 2011 - 22:21

And thank you, werks, for the amazing number of items you contribute!!!

#10063 simplebrother

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Posted 29 September 2011 - 23:21

All are familiar with David Kimble and his highly detailed color illustrations. His works often depict vehicles or components from GM (especially Chevrolet), but also from Chrysler Group, Ford Motor Company, and a smattering of generally high-end non-US manufacturers. First of these examples is one similar to those just described, his '94 Ford Mustang (4th generation).
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There are also earlier monochromatic works of his on the web, e.g., his '90 Olds Cutlass from his association with Haynes,
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and even earlier works like this Halibrand Indy Shrike 64.
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He has even drawn a couple versions of Star Trek's Starship, the USS Enterprise. NCC 1701a, (due to be) launched in 2286 is shown here.
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#10064 simplebrother

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Posted 29 September 2011 - 23:35

We have seen some works by R John Way, e.g., '52 Connaught F2 & Costin-Nathan Spyder; I don't believe that we have yet seen his '58 Ferrari 250 TR.
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In the nautical realm he drew the Chrystal 23' yacht made by W Stebbings & Sons in 1961.
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He is the artist/illustrator responsible for more than a third of the World Reactors series. The one shown below is the Guangdong reactor in Daya Bay, China
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Posted 01 October 2011 - 08:08

Yasuhide Ishizaki
what the truck, by the way?

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#10066 Tony Matthews

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Posted 01 October 2011 - 10:55

Yasuhide Ishizaki
what the truck, by the way?

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And who deployed the airbags in the cab?

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Posted 01 October 2011 - 11:17

And who deployed the airbags in the cab?

Me thinks they are heat shields on the underside of the cabin floor Tony.

#10068 Tony Matthews

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Posted 01 October 2011 - 14:49

Me thinks they are heat shields on the underside of the cabin floor Tony.

 ;)

#10069 TWest

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Posted 01 October 2011 - 17:12

;)



If it was a Mexican truck, it would be the Burrito Heaters next to the exhaust system ... just sayin'.
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#10070 Tony Matthews

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Posted 01 October 2011 - 19:56

If it was a Mexican truck, it would be the Burrito Heaters next to the exhaust system ... just sayin'.
Tom West

What C.W.McCall might have said, but never did - "Ah, breaker, Big Ben, this here's The Duck, we gotta Mack with a wetback on the headers, he's dryin' out nicely..."

#10071 ibsenop

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Posted 01 October 2011 - 20:04

Ibsen,

Do you have a better version of this cutaway?

Abraços!


Williams FW11 by Antonio Eiras (from Sport-Auto poster)

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Posted 01 October 2011 - 21:13

From Autosport’s 60th anniversary edition,
All cutaways have been posted before, but not as these magazine page spreads.
Hope you enjoy, I’ve sent them to other posters, but never “aired” them.
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Any higher quality versions of these? You can't read the type in the descriptions, at least on my computer. Thanks.

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Posted 01 October 2011 - 21:48

What C.W.McCall might have said, but never did - "Ah, breaker, Big Ben, this here's The Duck, we gotta Mack with a wetback on the headers, he's dryin' out nicely..."



And .. you don't think that was probably said quite often out here ... smuggling in illegals across the border was big business, and they had custom installations in the bottom of trucks to do it. Haven't seen any cutaways of such rigs, but know they exist.
Not from personal experience ...
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Posted 01 October 2011 - 23:15

Williams FW11 by Antonio Eiras (from Sport-Auto poster)

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Thanks Ibsen!

Much better version than the one printed in Brazil!

If you have any other F1 cutaways from Spot Auto, feel free to share with us!

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#10075 simplebrother

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Posted 02 October 2011 - 00:14

Another artist/illustrator whose work spans several arenas is Roy Cross. Most are aircraft-related (we have already seen both his colored and black and white versions of the S.4 Westland Wyvern). Following is his rendition of theMeteor F Mk 8 jet fighter.
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In the day he produced works for Eagle Comics – the automotive example is the Morris Mini-Minor / Austin Seven.
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The nautical example, also from Eagle Comics, is the HMS Devonshire.
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He even did one of the Nuclear Energy World Reactor wall charts, the Nuclear Power Demonstration near Ontario, Canada.
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Posted 02 October 2011 - 00:49

Mike Badrocke is extremely well known for his aircraft drawings. Many have already been posted, but I don't believe we have seen his F-15 yet.
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We are also familiar with some of his work in the automotive industry, as his McLaren M19 and Porsche 917 have already been posted.
Less common are works in the nautical area, but he has examples under the water, on the water, and over the water...

Over the water has already been posted - British military BH-7 air-cushion vehicle.

On the water - British Assault Platform, HMS Ocean...
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Under the water - British E-Class Submarine...
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#10077 werks prototype

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Posted 02 October 2011 - 08:13

A bit of a mixed bag here,

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Jameson engine. Supercharged, four-cylinder, two-stroke engine for 1.5-litre racing events. 1939. Artist, unknown.

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Posted 02 October 2011 - 08:13

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Daimler, 2.5-litre sedan. V-8. Artist, John Ferguson.

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Posted 02 October 2011 - 08:14

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Wolseley Hornet. 1931. Artist, Max Millar. (In some places the text is a little difficult to read.)

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#10080 werks prototype

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Posted 02 October 2011 - 08:15

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Peugeot 205 Turbo 16. Artist, DAV.

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Peugeot 205 Turbo 16, 1.75-litre XU8T engine. Artist unknown.

Edit: I forgot the engine.

Edited by werks prototype, 02 October 2011 - 08:21.


#10081 werks prototype

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Posted 02 October 2011 - 08:15

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Lancia Delta Integrale. Group A. 1988 model. Artist unknown.

#10082 werks prototype

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Posted 02 October 2011 - 08:15

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Lancia Rally 037. Artist, unknown.

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Posted 02 October 2011 - 14:22

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Lancia Rally 037. Artist, unknown.


IMHO one of the greatest looking rally cars of all time.

#10084 helioseism

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Posted 02 October 2011 - 14:41

This has probably been mentioned before, but here is the Flightglobal website for aviation cutaways, apparently mainly from Flight magazine: link.

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Posted 02 October 2011 - 23:22

I was putting together a new site and thought these may apply. I did them for a video game a while back. The Saleen was interesting in the fact that they didn't want any of the internals to reflect the real car. I used a model kit of a Mercedes Le Mans race car as Inspiration to Greek it in and maintain the whimsical feel they wanted.

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#10086 Tony Matthews

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Posted 03 October 2011 - 05:50

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The bike looks very colourful, and very glossy! I would have found the brief for the Saleen very frustrating, being pedantic, but also being a realist, and knowing that the client is always right, even when they are wrong, I would have done it! Good stuff, 1996900sp.

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Posted 03 October 2011 - 18:44

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Lancia Delta Integrale. Group A. 1988 model. Artist unknown.


Point of view and particulars are very similars to Betti's Delta HF!!! Look at page 68 and 154

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Posted 04 October 2011 - 19:40

Here is another American Motors concept, the AMX-3 from 1970. The drawing has an obvious signature, but I cannot decipher it - does anyone know the artist?

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Posted 04 October 2011 - 19:41

Point of view and particulars are very similars to Betti's Delta HF!!! Look at page 68 and 154


Yep, I think so.

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Posted 04 October 2011 - 19:42

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B.R.M. Formula 2 racing engine. 1965. Artist, John. A. Marsden.

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Posted 04 October 2011 - 19:44

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Frazer Nash 'Gough'. 1496cc 4-cylinder. By Max Millar.


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Frazer Nash Gough with additional parallel Centric superchargers. Artist, Max Millar.

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Posted 04 October 2011 - 19:50

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Lancia Aurelia. Artist, Max Millar.

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Posted 04 October 2011 - 19:51

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Lancia Delta S4. Non-homologated prototype, December 1984. Group B project. Artist unknown.

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Lancia Delta. Artist, Bruno Betti.

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Posted 04 October 2011 - 19:52

Here is another American Motors concept, the AMX-3 from 1970. The drawing has an obvious signature, but I cannot decipher it - does anyone know the artist?

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It looks like, Giorgio Alisi, Peter?

#10095 simplebrother

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Posted 04 October 2011 - 21:20

It looks like, Giorgio Alisi, Peter?


Absolutely... guess my eyes were just not communicating with my brain - clearly the same signature as on all the others of his that I have.
thanks...

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Posted 05 October 2011 - 01:21

TNF Index update - page 250 - posts 9973, 9974 and 9975 - up to post 10100

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Posted 05 October 2011 - 03:26

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Here is another version of Brian Hatton’s cutaway of the 1968 Lola T160 . Ibsen has posted this cutaway, before, but this version includes Hatton’s signature, has a separate view of the bare chassis, and is devoid of the Motor logo.

The T160 didn’t do that well. Twelve examples were scheduled to be made and John Surtees took two. The car was made to succeed the model T70, with which Surtees had won the initial Can-Am series in 1966. Because this was a customer car, rather than a team car, as was the competing McLarens, Lola did not put as much development into the car. A cursory examination of the cutaway shows the car largely devoid of aerodynamic aids, which, by 1968, were an important consideration. There was some falling out between Surtees and Lola, which might have been due to this lack of development, as when Surtees ran the car it was identified as the Lola TS (Team Surtees), and appeared with a high-mounted wing. Overall, the T160 was a mid-field performer during the ’68 Can-Ams. The following year produced the models T162 and T163 which did little better against the McLaren tide. The T160 and succeeding Can-Am Lolas are completely ignored on the Lola Heritage website.



#10098 Tim Murray

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Posted 05 October 2011 - 09:55

The T160 and succeeding Can-Am Lolas are completely ignored on the Lola Heritage website.

As far as I can tell, there's at least as much info about these cars on the Lola Heritage site as about many of the other models, including this page on the T260:

http://www.lolaherit...s/T260/t260.htm

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Posted 05 October 2011 - 16:44

As far as I can tell, there's at least as much info about these cars on the Lola Heritage site as about many of the other models, including this page on the T260:

http://www.lolaherit...s/T260/t260.htm


I stand corrected, Tim. I didn't get far enough into the site to note the type numbers, just the general history on the home page.

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 15:08

jaguar mk2 by Terry Davey ,from the Haynes site.
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