Re: FS: 1988 TWR XJ-S 88k miles
Hmmmm, let me see, a piss taking American, that has no idea what I am on
about! It is a 1988,(pls excuse my ommission), more car than any of your
countrymen have been able to produce, and yes, the steering wheel IS on the
wrong side for road use, but as you are an obvious cretin, that has no idea
of track etiquette, the wheel is on the right side for the track!
I am sick and tired of you flamers that think it is sooooo humorous to
belittle the cars that are BEYOND your limited mental ability to
Do me, and the rest of this newsgroup a favour, and FLOCK OFF !!!!
By the way, what is wrong with Canada??? You MUST be a Republican, most sane
Americans would be LESS aggressive and ANTAGONISTIC towards one of their
"Happy Trails" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> On Mon, 11 Jul 2005 09:06:06 -0400, "Phil Morgan"
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>I am an ex-pat Brit living in Ontario,Canada. I brought this car over from
>>England last year. It is a FULL TWR XJ-S, meaning that it has ALL the mods
>>offered by TWR & JAGUARSPORT at the time, with the one exception of the 5
>>speed gearbox. It had a FULL engine rebuild less than 6000 miles ago, in
>>England by TWR technicians,(I have the bills to prove this the cost was in
>>excess of £11000.00!).
>>The car is right hand steering,(UK spec), is legal and road registered in
>>Canada. I have a wrecked Left hand drive car for the conversion pieces,
>>dash, steering rack, emergency brake etc.
>>The car has starfish alloys on it at the moment, because I wanted to buy a
>>new set of tires for the TWR 16" speedline wheels that should be on the
>>so it comes with 2 sets of wheels,but only 1 set of tires.
>>I have many pictures available to anyone that wants them.
>>My price is US$15000.00 as is, where is. Please email me off group for
> Lemmesee if I got this right.
> It's in Canada.
> The engine rebuild was 11,000 pounds.
> You seem to think it's worth US$15000.
> And we have to guess what year it is?
> Oh - and the steering wheel's on the wrong side.
> Happy Trails To You