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Tomick
#1 Posted : 22 February 2017 13:57:05

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benni
#2 Posted : 15 October 2019 10:19:46

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I have a collection of +/_ 230 1/43 scale jag models.

Virtually all the Le Mans jags, touring car XJS's, in all three versions as well as road cars and special edition models for Police etc work. Took me many years to collect and build up.

Most diecast, about 20% I built from resin kits.

I also have a few 1:18 models.(BTW I am looking for a 1:18 XJ series 3 if one was made. If anyone knows pse let me know.)

I have owned a 1960 series 1 4.2; a 1973 series 2 XJ; my beloved 1974 XJ series 3; and still have my 1988 XJRs Celebration coupe No:92.Cool
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Stupot
#3 Posted : 15 October 2019 18:57:42

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Hi Benni, Jaguar do make lovely cars. Your collection must be very impressive. Hello Tomick, it's nice to see you back. You were the driving force behind this site & helped make it what it is. What I do think is a slap in the face is that they've got you down as a newbie with over 19,000 posts!!! Thank you for all your efforts. Stuart.
roymattblack
#4 Posted : 15 October 2019 21:35:16

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Hello Stupot.
Your reference to Tomick is 2 years out of date if you look at the first message time stamp.
He now has nothing to do with this forum.

Yes, the Jaguar model collection does sound good. A shame the pictures don't all show though.

Roy.
Stupot
#5 Posted : 15 October 2019 22:27:18

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Thanks Roy for correcting me. I didn't notice the date stamp & I thought it was a recent post. Stuart.
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