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Christian van Nispen sent in this sequence on his 1952 XK120 FHC

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Just cleared the site and dug the hole for the pit. The beams are there as a warning barrier. Everything reading for the concrete to pour in. The part in the middle is
the top of the pit.
The first beams ae standing, with my oldest daughter watching.
From a different angle, so you can see the garage construction better. From a distance, after a few weeks hard work. A peek inside, later on there will be an outer wall.
It looks like a barn find.
There has been an accident on the left side. The steering is quite heavy. This is me, with the car.
We put the car backwards on the trailer, so it would be easier to get into the garage (we hoped!).
Lowering the car into the forest. It was impossible to drive the car all the way to the garage. We had to push. That didn't work either.
I used my own car to pull the XK into the small opening of the garage.
Behind the car, there was just enough room for the jag to slip in.  


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