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Decatur, Texas, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually SKU:ADM:3180 Position:Front Right Brand:UNI-SELECT Quantity Needed:1; Manufacturer Part Number:3180 UPC:Does not apply

Jaguar F-Type

Tue, 25 Sep 2012

The Jaguar F-Type has leaked onto the internet ahead of its official unveiling in Paris on Thursday. The F-Type offers little in the way of surprise to anyone who saw last year’s C-X16 concept, or indeed a current XK for that matter. It’s a more compact sports car than the XK, aimed squarely at the BMW Z4, Porsche Boxster and Mercedes SLK.

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Thu, 04 Jul 2013

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Thu, 24 Apr 2014

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