There are several unique things about this Jaguar, also called the Fluguar (named after John Fluevog, of course), that has been improved. First, the frame of the car was completely redesigned and rebuilt.
With white on top and a greenish design on the bottom half of the car; this old Jaguar MK 10 appears to have much life left in it. Also on the outside of the car the spats make the rear tires completely covered.
On the inside, just as much has been done to the car that has been done to the outside. Instead of the standard engine in the Jaguar MK 10, a V-8 engine was placed inside so that it'll have not only a vivacious sound, but gave it the amount of power that Fluevog imagined when he designed it.
The interior of the Jaguar MK 10 was also completely restored. The wood dash stayed true to the original of the Jaguar MK 10 and was improved, and the seats make anyone feel comfortable.
There is a tray area in the passenger back seats so that Fluevog will be able to keep designing even when he's riding downtown. Additionally, John Fluevog put his own magical touch to the ceiling of the Jaguar, making it crocodile skin so that it blends naturally with the rest of the inside and outside colors of the car.
Everyone, including John Fluevog and RX Autoworks themselves, have been amazed that this restoration feat actually took place. John's designer attitude certainly took shape when it came to redesigning the Jaguar and his talent definitely shows through.
The Jaguar MK 10 that he now has is a true classic car that will take anyone back to the 1960s era that remains popular and remembered today.