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    Terrible way to spot an E-type

    I was watching a news clip about the terrible destruction with the Napa fires. As the camera was panning around, there, in the driveway of a no-longer existing home, was the burnt-out shell of a Jag E-Type 2+2.

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    Re: Terrible way to spot an E-type

    I saw that also and a early Mustang. My uncle lost his trailer. Said they barely got out in time.
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    Re: Terrible way to spot an E-type

    I have a few cars up that way. The owners are not responding to my emails.....could go either way says me.
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    Re: Terrible way to spot an E-type

    Quote Originally Posted by Grantura_MKI View Post
    I have a few cars up that way. The owners are not responding to my emails.....could go either way says me.
    Oh no! Hope for the best!

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    Re: Terrible way to spot an E-type

    Me too. No word as of yet.
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