Sunday, March 10, 2013

Harold's Jaguar E-Type Hearse

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Harold and Maude is a dark romantic comedy, which I highly recommend. Harold is a rich kid who is obsessed with death and everything morbid. He just isn't like the other children. At one point his mother gets him a Jag and, of course he converted it into a mini sports hearse. I have a crush on this car. It's hard to get a very good image of it so you are just going to have to watch the movie.


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  1. Xenia,

    If you want a good look at the "Harold & Maude" XKE-hearse, resurrected on a California beach, go to "KEN ROBERTS - Harold and Maude Inspired XKE Hearse" This half-million dollar replica appeared in May, 2015 at the Las Vegas Car Stars Show -- a show devoted to cars from motion pictures and television.

    If you want an in-person look, the XKE-Hearse will next appear in Scottsdale, Arizona, the first week in April, 2016, at the Jaguar Clubs of North America's national meet. Besides the XKE-hearse, this national meet will feature a wide range of Jaguars from all over the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. The venue is the Scottsdale Plaza Resort. It's a big deal!

    --Anonymous

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