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    Default The Jaguar car graveyard


    A couple of months back me and my friends made the long journey up to these neck of the woods and do a few explores to make it worth while as it was like a 4 hour drive so anyway this was the last location of the day and a very intresting explore love my car graveyard and to full one that was full of jags and a few other cars were great here is my video and pictures from the explore



    Jaguer Car graveyard by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Jaguer Car graveyard by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Jaguer Car graveyard by kurt roberts, on Flickr



    Jaguer Car graveyard by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Jaguer Car graveyard by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Jaguer Car graveyard by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Jaguer Car graveyard by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Jaguer Car graveyard by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Jaguer Car graveyard by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Jaguer Car graveyard by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Jaguer Car graveyard by kurt roberts, on Flickr

    Jaguer Car graveyard by kurt roberts, on Flickr

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    Nicley done fella - loved the video

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    Is that Lord Prescotts back yard?
    Smiler
    😁

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    Some crackers there!

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    Superb shots there. If those jags still have their engines then they could be restored.
    When the going gets tough - the tough get going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smiler View Post
    Is that Lord Prescotts back yard?
    could be mate lol

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    Bet them Nissans would start after a quick battery charge!!

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    Great set there son. Always excellent pics from you.

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    I used to work for Jag. Shame to see them rotting away. There's plenty of enthusiasts who'd be happy to do them up.
    Some days you wake and immediately start to worry. Nothing in particular is wrong, it's just the suspicion that forces are aligning quietly and there will be trouble

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    Nice work,
    I've been here many times as it's local to me, did you get in the old house too?
    Nice to see it again.
    Like the photos as well.

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