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About Deggers

  • Birthday 02/20/1978

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  1. Just noticed this on the Tubes . . . One restored by Revington TR apparently. Anybody recognise them? (4'44" in the clip below). Cheers, Deggers
  2. . . . . that you'll be the coolest kid on the strip come Cruise Night?
  3. +1. A welcome return. Nicely done, John. Thanks team. Cheers, Deggers
  4. It takes time, patience and originality to achieve a result like this. But that's enough about her tattoos . . . . Cheers, Deggers
  5. Deggers

    Wha Hoo!

    Here ya go, Graham link : Instagram_Jerry Cheers, Deggers
  6. Hi Richard, these were support brackets bolted to the top of the inner wing, for lowering the body shell onto the chassis. Conveniently seen here, in this Pathe news clip.
  7. +1. These production line pictures would certainly suggest they were flat originally. Cheers, Deggers
  8. Very smart, H. Impressive work. A burgeoning sideline career awaits! Deggers
  9. Morning Ian, cracking drive isn't it. Though not much to go on by way of road signs in this film. However, pausing at the tea rooms en route, the sign reads "Goodbrand & Ross - opening times". Google finds them doing a roaring trade on the A939 Tomintoul to Strathdon road, in the Cairngorms National Park (with a 4.5 star rating on Trip Advisor, and an impressive walnut cake and orange sponge, apparently ). Scotland it is, then . . . and a new addition to several 'Epic Drives' bucket lists, I'd wager. Cheers, Deggers
  10. Roof mounting it externally is another possible avenue, for a hardtop at least. (Not sure if this particular example is a commercial product, or bespoke Sawzall / air scoop combo? Smart though, either way.) Cheers, Deggers
  11. Nicely put, sir. My 'branch' would happen to agree.
  12. Impressive recent offering from those talented cinematographers at Petrolicious. Always had an admiring eye for the lines of the early XKs, and here’s a particularly iconic example: one of three works cars Jaguar prepared for the 1950 Le Mans. Nice family story behind this one too. Cheers, Deggers
  13. 100K estimate. Will be interesting to see what it finally goes for. Might have to dig a little deeper for that one! Still, the exhaust note alone is worth every penny, and I'm sure the wind in my face will dry my tears! Fantastic machine. Deggers
  14. Not strictly TR admittedly, but some fine vintage motorsport from the "Look at Life" series. Featuring a familiar cast of legendary cars and faces ... (and an eager little chap chasing an autograph ). Cheers, Deggers
  15. Lightning fast work gentlemen, thank you both.
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