Ever popular Shmee150 on youtube got a sneak peak at his new Aston Martin Vantage GT8 and filmed the process of it getting basecoat at the factory.
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Will Stone has XKD 526 for sale and has posted a great history on his website: http://www.willstonecars.com/jaguar-d-type-1955.html.
Follow an expert fix an E-Type Nose in 45 mins.
I’ve subscribed to the The Gunman on YouTube for quite some time to learn better how to paint.
He typically shows a job from start to finish from the viewpoint of a professional automotive painter.
The tips and tricks you can glean from these videos are great.
If you think making a fuel tank is easy, then think again.
Just watch the lads working on Project Binky and you’ll know what I mean.
If you haven’t seen Project Binky before then start from the begining: https://www.youtube.com/user/badobsessionmsport
Today RMSotheby’s are anouncing the 1956 24 Hours of Le Mans-winning D-Type chassis XKD501 for their upcoming Auction in Monterey.
They call this “Unequivocally one of the most important and valuable Jaguars in the world”
XKD501 was the first customer D-Type delivered to Ecurie Ecosse, the Scotland stable founded by David Murray and known for their Scottish Flag Metallic Blue Jaguars.
Against three long-nose D-Types entered by the Jaguar factory, Ecurie Ecosse used XKD501 with factory support at the 1956 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Driver’s Ninian Sanderson and Ron Flockhart took overall honors at the 1956 Le Mans race ahead of the chasing Aston Martin DB3S.
RM describe the car: “Now offered from only its third private owner, XKD 501 checks all the proverbial boxes. It has won the most grueling contest in sports car racing, the famed 24 Hours of Le Mans, and is a centrifugal component of Jaguar’s three consecutive wins at Sarthe. The Jaguar has been fastidiously maintained and serviced by just four caretakers, including a restoration by some of the world’s most knowledgeable experts. Almost unique among a run of automobiles that inevitably led hard lives, its history is refreshingly clean, concise, and incredibly well-known.”
UPDATE: Sold for $21,780,000 – the highest price ever achieved for a British automobile at auction.