I have the opportunity to purchase a barn find D type Jag. This car is perportedly a replica built from a Cunningham campaigned car and bears the number plates from that car. It has a very well done steel substructure "frame" and a fiberglass body made from a buck developed by the Cunningham crew. One other body was made and is rumored to be in NY somewhere. The bucks have long ago been lost. This car comes with two Cunningham power plants, all drive train bits and suspension. Aluminium firewalls and many other fabricated parts supposedly correct for the car are also included. I know this is not a "real" Jag D but seems to be very complete. The owner just died and his son is clearing out a garage and yard full of British cars he had collected for over 40 years. My questions are many but for now I would like to hear general comments from those knowledgable of the D types as to what the general construction was, if someone knows of this "lost" car and what I should offer for this interesting little project. I will go back and take photos and get numbers on my next trip to "the barn". The place is piled high with goodies and to identify what goes with what is proving to be a major task. So far we have a complete Sebring Healey Sprite. Whoooo hoooo!!