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  • Monkeemobile

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    The Monkeemobile. The Monkeemobile is a modified Pontiac GTO that was designed and built by designer Dean Jeffries for The Monkees, a pop-rock band and television program. The car features a tilted forward split two-piece windshield, a touring car convertible top, modified rear quarter panels and front fenders, exaggerated tail lamps, set of four bucket seats and an extra third row bench where there was originally a trunk, a rear-mounted parachute and a GTO emblem on the front grille.

  • Airfix

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    Airfix is a UK manufacturer of injection-moulded plastic scale model kits of aircraft and other objects. In the United Kingdom the name Airfix is synonymous with plastic models of this type, often simply referred to as "an airfix kit" even if made by another manufacturer. Founded in 1939, Airfix was owned by Humbrol from 1986 until the latter's financial collapse on 31 August 2006. Since 2007, both Humbrol and Airfix have been owned by Hornby.

  • Jaguar XK (X150)

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    The Jaguar XK is the second generation of the Jaguar XK grand touring 2+2 manufactured and marketed by Jaguar Cars under X150 the internal designation. The three-door hatchback coupé debuted at the 2005 Frankfurt Motor Show with the 4.2-litre V8 engine of its predecessor, and the XK convertible debuted in 2006 at the North American International Auto Show. The X150 is noted for its all-aluminum construction and its styling by Ian Callum, with details evoking prominant earlier Jaguar models, e.g., the Sayer nose recalling the XP/11 sports racing prototype of 1953 and adopted for the D-type — and the grill located badge recalling the Jaguar E-type. A facelifted XK launched in 2009 with a new 5.0-litre V8. The production of the XK ended in July 2014 without a replacement model with a total production just under 28,000.

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