Jaguar Xk 140

Mike Jeffries

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Jaguar Xk 140 Painting

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Azuga, PH - Romania

BEAUTIFUL

Brookeville, MD - United States

... and congratulations on your sale!!

Brookeville, MD - United States

oh wow .. absolutely love this Mike!!!! Have always adored that particular car ... has such great lines ... and your painting of it certainly does it justice ... great colors and light as well!!! l/f and a tweet

Cottenham, Ca - United Kingdom

Thank you Lorreta for your kind words and vote.

LONDON - United Kingdom

I just love it!!You're great artist,Mike!v/f

Cottenham, Ca - United Kingdom

Many thanks to everyone who voted my image into Ist place and congrats to the runners-up.

Cottenham, Ca - United Kingdom

Thank you Cliff, it's one of my favourite cars.

Ashland, MA - United States

Congratulations on your 1st place win, Very nice painting.

Cottenham, Ca - United Kingdom

Many thanks Krista for the feature in your group Originals that SOLD.

Cottenham, Ca - United Kingdom

Many thanks Adam for the feature in your group Everything Vintage.

Cottenham, Ca - United Kingdom

Many thanks Jose for featuring my work in your excellent group Stop time with art.

Cottenham, Ca - United Kingdom

Many thanks Eric for the feature in your group Drawings and Paintings.

Fresno, Ca - United States

When I was young, my uncle owned a XK 120 in white with the red interior. After his passing, we found a photograph of the car, but no documentation as to what he did with it. Thank you for the memories.

Cottenham, Ca - United Kingdom

Many thanks for the feature Nop in your group Gaz Stations of the World.

Cottenham, Ca - United Kingdom

Thank you Donna for that nice comment, I remember the days when a classic such as this could be had for hundreds rather than thousands of pounds. My first car which I bought in 1960 was a 1934 Austin Seven cost me £7.10s, yes SEVEN which in those days was about a week's wages!

Sun Valley, NV - United States

You are amazing Mike! This is a great painting! I had an XK140 back in 1972 just like this one only it was a hard top. There were only about 300 made and about 100 imported. I was very sorry when we sold it. Years later I found out that a new boss I had bought it. We had a lot of laughs about that.

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