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1973 V12 series 1 XJ Vanden Plas.
1967 3.8 litre S type Jaguar auto.
1955 Mark 7 Jaguar
1958 Jaguar 2.4 Mark 1 Saloon
. . . . . (restoration project). . . . .

1974 Daimler DS420 Limousine
1956 Daimler Century Saloon,
1969 Jaguar 4.2L E type 2 plus 2
1962 Mark II 2.4 litre Jaguar
1982 4.2 litre Series 3 XJ6 Soverereign
1982 Jaguar Series 3v XJ6 Saloon
1997 Jaguar XK8 Coupe
1965 Jaguar 3.8 litre S Type Saloon
1987 Jaguar XJ 40 Saloon
1967 3.8 Litre S Type Jaguar
Series 3.4 Litre XJ6 (Roy Booty)
Series 3 4.2 Litre XJ6 (Mcdonald)
Series 1 4.2 Litre XJ6
1962 3.8I E type Coupe
1965 Jaguar Mark 10 Saloon













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1948 Jaguar Mk IV Drophead,
1959 Jaguar Mk IX Saloon

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owned by

Laurie and Sue Pearce. Middlemount.

Laurie and Sue managed to visit the Browns Plain Plant  while in the U.K in 1993. (The plant was only three weeks into production after Its major overhaul/refit)


    After  returning, Laurie decided he wold  like to take on a simple restoration


Project.  The Photo above  shows the Jaguar as it turned up.  Simple was not the most apt word


Laurie had originally been looking for a 3.8 Litre mark11 but settled for "STANLEY" 3.8 's'

(Stanley S Type)


The car was bought from

Brisbane; But it had gone to Brisbane from Gladstone, and before that Biloela - So it would seem it's destined to stay in

Central Queensland.



Photo Right

'Wiring Harness'

(Looks simple)


    A bit over three years saw it reshape to the general stage it's at presently and  Laurie is "Still mucking about with a coupla fiddly things"  It is basically complete.

   There has been a number of little glitches along the way and Laurie says "being in the Jag Club, with expert advice to call on, is a must" his undying Gratitude goes to Max Parnell of the Capricorn Register for his invaluable help and support.  Also to never  forget to have the family on-side

(Most importantly  " She who must be obeyed")  Sue, and Laurie's three sons who all put up with a lot and helped accomplish much.


Photo right

Laurie's Father  got "Stuck into the woodwork"   The woodwork needed a darker than original stain to try and hide damage done by the original owners

1965 Jaguar 3.8L S Type Saloon,

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