Jerry Booen has set about reconstructing probably the most significant car in Jaguar’s history: the Jaguar XKC 003.

This blog details the various stages of the reconstruction process.



Wednesday, 23 February 2011

February 2011

Dave Brown in NZ is making good progress with the final stages of the body.

Here's a comparison of the new body and a period shot of Lofty England sitting in XKC 003 at Le Mans
The rear body without the rear lamp plinths which didn't appear on a C type until 1952


The famous "letterbox louvres" take shape
The steel front bulkhead showing the characteristic horizontal swage.
The interior, note the slimmer transmission tunnel and floor panels mounted on top of the chassis rails compared to the "production" C Types

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