Jolly good site, keep up the good work and you will soon have Oliver in the best of nick, these are great motors and deserve to be preserved. Take care and all the best, must go now and polish my Sovereign before the sun comes out.
great site kamil.nice to see someone your age into the old classic cars. hope you enjoy it and heres to the day you take your first drive.good lad and well done m8!
Well done on the website, its great! I'm always amazed at the paintwork of your Sovereign and its good to see an early 3.6 being restored. They're getting rare now and long term could be more sought after than later cars for the digital dash.
rust busters unite!
You have done a fabulous job on the website Kamil and an amazing job on the Jaguar! Is so good to see someone young taking an interest in preserving older cars - starting young like this, I imagine you'll maintain a lifetime interest and acquire more and more cars throughout your teenage years, just hope you have enough space for them!:)
HiThis is a really nice site! Your Jaguar is just brilliant. I'm looking forward to buy one in four years. I'd love so much to own this car :)Keep this site up and post some more Pictures :)See YouM.
hi kamil.doing a great job with the site and the cars looking good.just read your `things to do` list.someones going to have a busy summer school holidays are`nt they!! lolall the best young man. keep up the good work.mark.
Top work, had one of these myself - not nearly as nice as yours.Fair play to you! Your parents must be dead proud.
G'day Kamil, Craig here, from Ballarat Victoria, Australia.It's fantastic to see someone of your age enjoying doing up an old car, especially a Jag.I've had a soft spot for them ever since I saw my first E Type as a kid.I just stumble across your site whiles looking for information about the XJ40 Sovereign.I was looking at one that was available on Ebay in Melbourne, for $1700.00(Aus) ONO.It needs a respray on the bonnet and boot,and the front bumper straightened,apart from that the body doesn't look too bad.The jag doesn't have a real good name for the electrics, so I'm sure there will be something that will be dodge in that area.I'm a bit of a car tragic, I've got five in my backyard at the moment.Comprising of three Australian Ford Falcons, one is just for parts, a Ford Fairmont and a rather geriatric 1980 Toyota Celica,(or as some people unkindly like to refer to them as "Celicars"). The Celica is my road car at the moment, but I will be changing it over for one of the Falcons shortly.The five speed, that is duel fuel (Petrol/LPG).I suppose you don't have a preference at the moment but I really enjoy driving manual gearbox cars.I am so sick of driving automatics, because I was a Taxi driver in Melbourne for many years, and all the taxi were Autos.I'll finish up now, enjoy your car project, remember to not get to stressed out over them, they all give trouble, it's just that some cars are a bit more reliable and better value for money than others.Catch ya Mate.
Lovely car! My first car is going to be Scampi, my 1977 Triumph Spitfire 1500 that I've been doing up over the summer - although I am rather tempted by your Jag's digital dash - it looks so awesume! My Dad's car is a V12 E-type, so I'm from a Jag family ;)Aaron
Top work young man!
good site kimel im going to make a site about my 3.6
lush car kamil lovely colour ....cya at schl m8 haha
I'm very impressed with your enthusiasm and knowledge Kamil. It's a lovely car. Enjoy! : )
Fantastic site, well done. I've owned a couple of XJ40s and I love em.
Hi for California! Very impressed, such a nice car, damn I wish I had a Jag at 12 :). Keep up the good work!
Hey there! Great car, great site! Thanks for the 4 PDFs in the Info section :)
what a nice car! have you ever driven it? your website is brilliant..
Oby tak dalej - pozdrawiam rodaka...
Well done that man, particularly like the C5 too, although what you have been up to with the XJ40 is incredible, sorry to hear of the recent problems but all the very best for the future.
I had exactly the same car(colour, engine ect) but i wrote it off while drifting it, i then got a 3.2 xj6, that was an underpowered piece of rubbish
you will be great through all that post
Good post dude
I'm very impressed with your enthusiasm It's fantastic to see someone young as you doing up an old cars, especially a Jag.
I've had a love for jags over 25 years regards jagnuts
I was the guy who sold the kamil and i am so happy that it was him who bought it.
Well done..... You will never lose the bug that infects us 'Petrolheads'.
It is so good to see such dedication at such a young age
Hello, you sell it to me?
Hey Nice job on website, I am Impressed and it takes a lot to impress me!!! I collect Jags I currently have 4 2 of which are xj 40s I am located in Moose Lake Minnesota USA- If you ever want to compare notes or need something,info, whatever over here let me know-Jimmy