Guyson E12

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The Guyson E12 was a run of two cars commissioned by hill-climb champion Jim Thomson and built by William Towns.[1] It was a rebodied series III E-Type Jaguar, the first of which came about as a result of Thomson crashing his Jaguar in 1972. The first model was completed for Thomson in 1974 with Towns subsequently converting his own E-Type.

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  1. ^ Guyson E12 AROnline Retrieved: 27 March 2010