What do you get when you cross an MG with a Jaguar? You get this wonderful creation.
The car was originally built in the 1960s using a 1958 MGA roadster chassis and body, combined with a Jaguar Mark VIII drive train and a 3.4 litre engine.
A little later on in the 60s, the engine was replaced with a 4.2 litre Jaguar Mark X engine, giving the vehicle a little more power under the hood.
Recently, the car has been through some rebuilding and refurbishment, with upgrades to the brakes and suspension, as well as a body reconstruction, between 2006 and 2015.
Finished with a British Racing Green colour scheme, this test tube-esque creation contains the best of both worlds and is sure to be a unique project for motoring enthusiasts to come and enjoy.