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Jaguars on show for Toowoomba car lovers

Russell Douglas shows off his 1972 E-Type V12.
Russell Douglas shows off his 1972 E-Type V12.

JAGUAR owners proudly showed off their shiny beasts to car lovers this morning, when a range of makes and models were on show.

The annual Jaguar Drivers' Club Queensland Darling Downs Register held it's show and shine at the Regents on the Lake carpark for admirers to get a closer look.

Russell Douglas's E-Type V12 from 1972 was popular amongst visitors.

"I've also got an old Mini. I like the old pommy cars," Mr Douglas said.

Brisbane residents Stan and Pow Hunter showed off the newest model on the day; a 2012 XF, worth "just over $90,000".

Club members enjoyed a Christmas dinner following the show and shine.

 

Topics:  car, jaguar, show and shine, toowoomba




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