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Old 03-30-2010, 03:27 PM
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Normally hot rodders like to use Jag rear ends, but this fetching example uses the V12 engine.




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That is BEE YOU TEE FULL !!! Just goes to show how good a V12 can look w/o all that "stuff" around it.
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How about this for an unlikely home for a Jag V12:
http://jalopnik.com/398671/miata-own...-in-jaguar-v12
http://jalopnik.com/5112347/v12-miat...mans-sexuality
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Or this...

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The engine looks hot ,I mean Jaguar V12
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Car looks like fun, and a lot of effort looks to have gone into it.

Not sure about the bike as your daily driver Norri.
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It would cause a stir in Tesco's car park though. :-)
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There can't be much oxygen left for the rider once the trike's started
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It would cause a stir in Tesco's car park though. :-)
You would need special permission from TJ! LOL
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There can't be much oxygen left for the rider once the trike's started
I'm a bit worried about his tie also.
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OH LOOK You could cook steaks on the pipes.
WOW...I hope it has good brakes!
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You would need special permission from TJ! LOL
Why not, they park everything else in them now.

And NO, he did not get that tie from Tesco...
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Here's another one. a supercharged V-12 with straight pipes. I imagine the noise would be incredible. Somewhat over the top.

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I'm a bit worried about his tie also.
No worries .... it's a Darwin thing .... the really screwed up eject themselves from the gene pool. Don't want 'em breedin', y'know!
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