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How to remove Jaguar XF rear parcel shelf

This video explains the 8 steps needed to remove your Jaguar XF rear parcel shelf. Removing it will give you access to the following items: - rear sunblind for repair - rear speakers for repair - middle seat belt for repair Trim tools used in this video are linked here: Large metal trim clip remover https://www.ebay.com/itm/Car-door-panel-trim-clip-removal-plier-upholstery-remover-pry-bar-tool-se-P4C4/282968169584?epid=905742012&hash=item41e2379c70:g:ld4AAOSwJ7da~Chp Plastic trim removal tool set: https://www.ebay.com/itm/4-x-Car-Removal-Open-Tools-Door-Clip-Kit-Panel-Radio-Trim-Dash-Audio-Installer/252776798239?epid=2143104567&hash=item3adaabd81f:g:TqYAAOSwXeJYIfRp or this large metal trim clip remover will work too from AliExpress: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Car-Door-Panel-Nail-Puller-Fastener-Screwdriver-Interior-Trim-Panels-Clip-Tools-Interior-Accessories-Auto/32811687366.html?spm=2114.search0104.3.43.25575c90P6UWLN&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_2_10152_10151_10065_10344_10068_5722815_10342_10343_10340_5722915_10341_5722615_10696_10084_10083_10618_10307_5722715_10059_100031_10103_10624_10623_10622_5722515_10621_10620,searchweb201603_11,ppcSwitch_5&algo_expid=05857d08-97eb-4728-84fb-fbb998e8d739-6&algo_pvid=05857d08-97eb-4728-84fb-fbb998e8d739&transAbTest=ae803_2&priceBeautifyAB=0

Apartment Living & Car Washing - Simple Solution!

SCOTT WITH DALLAS PAINT CORRECTION & AUTO DETAILING IN PLANO TEXAS SHOWS A GREAT WAY TO WASH A CAR WHILE LIVING AT AN APARTMENT COMPLEX https://www.dallaspaintcorrection.com/

Jaguar XJR-9: Pic of the Week | Cars.com | Car Reviews

Jaguar XJR-9: Pic of the Week | Cars.com | Car Reviews Please, Like & Subscribe Car 3x ^^. Subscribe : https://goo.gl/cKv9wf Twitter.com : https://goo.gl/tRTfbG Three decades ago this weekend (alright, actually the 11th and 12th June 1988, but it's close enough), the Jaguar XJR-9 took a momentous first place at Le Mans. Not only did it end seven years of Porsche dominance at La Sarthe, it was also Jaguar's first Le Mans triumph in more than 30 years, since the last D-Type victory of 1957. It wasn't easy, either, with the Porsche 962 of Hans Stuck, Klaus Ludwig and Derek Bell - not a bad trio of drivers, it must be said - finishing on the same 394 laps as the 7.0-litre Jag. However, despite gearbox problems and eight Porsches also in the top 10, the XJR9 of Jan Lammers, Andy Wallace and Johnny Dumfries was first across the line. Given we're now 30 years from that success (and nearly 30 years from Jaguar's last win at Le Mans, with the XJR-12 in 1990), there seemed no better time to remind ourselves what a wild racing car the XJR-9 is. In a world where the most dramatic Jaguar road car was an XJS it must have looked completely absurd; even in the 21st century, with all the incredible racing cars we see in motorsport, nothing quite gets people going like the Silk Cut XJR9. The livery, the covered wheels, the kerb scraping stance and the deranged V12 shriek means the XJR9 is as revered 30 years later as it's ever been, and will hopefully continue to be as 40, 50 and 60 years pass since its win. What a car. Now all you have to do is choose your desktop resolution below to spruce up your screensaver with some Silk Cut. And see you at Le Mans! 16:1016:9Quad HD4K #Jaguar #XJR9 #Pic #of #the #Week #Carscom #Car #Reviews #car3x

2018 Mercedes-Benz GLA 180 Urban - Reviews about cars | Cars.com | Car Reviews

2018 Mercedes-Benz GLA 180 Urban - Reviews about cars | Cars.com | Car Reviews Please, Like & Subscribe Car 3x ^^. Subscribe : https://goo.gl/cKv9wf Twitter.com : https://goo.gl/tRTfbG Let's make one thing clear: this is not a Mercedes-Benz A-Class. As much as it looks like a taller version of the five-door hatch, this is in fact its crossover brethren, the GLA. Suited for those that want something slightly bigger than a hatchback, the GLA serves as the brand's smallest crossover offering and is part of the brand's New Generation Compact Car (NGCC) Range. The brand known the world over for making luxury sedans and go-anywhere SUVs have branched out to building cars that are hip, trendy and aimed directly at the younger generation. But has Mercedes-Benz struck the right balance in delivering luxury on what is essentially the first stepping stone in owning a high-riding three-pointed star? Would it please both the new car buyer as well as the existing customer base? In the looks department, I'd say Mercedes-Benz has made a dashing little crossover. As I've mentioned earlier, the GLA borrows its looks from the sporty A-Class. While not as sharp as the hatchback, the rounded curves and sweeping lines on the GLA makes for a sleek and classy crossover. There are even subtle hints of muscle present on the GLA thanks to the flared wheel arches and shapely doors. Notice anything different on the refreshed GLA? If you're hard pressed to find any exterior differences, so were we. With a keen eye however, we did manage to see what changes Mercedes-Benz applied to the 2018 update. Up front, it gets a bigger and sportier front grill along with new LED light signatures that give the car a meaner yet more mature look. There's also the new lower front bumper which adopts a sleeker and shinier appearance than before. Changes at the rear were minimal at best but it does now have a smoother-shaped rear bumper, tweaked LED taillights and a new tailgate-mounted spoiler. A base model this 180 Urban may be, yet I was surprised to know that Mercedes-Benz fitted this GLA with plenty of exterior add-ons. Auto-leveling LED headlights, all-around parking sensors, skid plates for the front and rear, and massive 18-inch alloy wheels come as standard on the GLA. Open the doors and the GLA greets you with heaps of black leather, soft-touch materials and metal trim pieces. Those familiar with the A-Class' cabin will feel right at home inside the GLA. But unlike the pre-updated version, the refreshed model gets a plethora of improvements like a thicker leather steering wheel, upgraded Comand infotainment system, restyled gauges and a bigger entertainment display. All of the seats were comfortable and offered plenty of lumbar and side support. I just wished that the front seats had more shoulder support. Legroom at the back was sufficient although passengers that are beyond 5'9 may find the accommodations a bit cramped. Some may find the manual air-conditioning system a bit of a letdown in the GLA but the redeeming factor however is that it keeps the cabin cool at even the hottest of days. The driver's side gets power seats (with memory function) while the passen... #2018 #MercedesBenz #GLA #180 #Urban #Reviews #about #cars #Carscom #Car #Reviews #car3x

1956 Continental Mark II in Gray & Engine Sound on My Car Story with Lou Costabile

On "My Car Story" we're at the Carlisle Events in Carlisle PA on 6-2-18. We're looking at a 1956 Continental Mark II in Gray Paint. The car's Owner is Peter Mann. Peter’s had this car since 2013. He shares he believes it one of the most beautiful designs ever made on t a car. What do you think? If you’re interested in learning about the different events at the Carlisle Events, go to the website at www.carlisleevents.com ENJOY!

Jaguar XJR575: Controlled| Cars.com | Review Car

Jaguar's XJ is a car most will be aware of, but few could claim to be really familiar with. Its comparative rarity works both for and against it. On the one hand comes the cachet of being more readily associated with ferrying the prime minister or members of the royal family to state banquets than UberLUX-ing a hen party to Nandos. On the other, reality: it just isn't quite as good as an S-Class across the board, and sales have reflected that. The PH-iest version, however, was never going to be ...

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