A Jagchero by any other name is still a Jagchero

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Even though it's actually a Daimler Sovereign we're going to refer to this badge engineered custom car/truck as the Jagchero. Beside the fact no badge attached to this car would be able to hide the fact it's clearly a Jaguar product, Jagchero just sounds better.

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Although it was Jaguar originally built this Sovereign, we are unsure who turned the Daimler into the custom car/truck you see here. There are no clear pictures of the custom bed, making it hard to determine whether this Jagchero was built to the standard of last weekend's Continenchero.

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Although we can't comment on the build quality we can say this Jagchero sure looks pretty from a distance. If that wasn't enough, underneath the hood of this Series I Sovereign is a 4.2 liter straight six version of Jaguar's famous XK engine. Even if it is wrong hand drive, we would sincerely consider the Jagchero for its £3495 if it were on our side of the pond.

Hat tip to chazlive!

[Caranclassic.co.uk]

Illustration for article titled A Jagchero by any other name is still a Jagchero
Illustration for article titled A Jagchero by any other name is still a Jagchero
Illustration for article titled A Jagchero by any other name is still a Jagchero
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DISCUSSION

Better than "Daimlamino"?

Why did they have to use a Sovereign? That's like making a pickup out of a Maybach instead of an S-Class, our out of a Rolls-Royce Ghost instead of a BMW 7er.