That Jag is interesting. I have wanted an XJC for years as I used to own a beautiful '77 XJ6C for a few years. I removed the vinyl top (they all rust underneath), stripped of the odd mustard/baby poop color and repainted it a mellow Cadillac yellow, and then a complete new interior including a new wood dash. It was a very, very nice road car.
As to Neo's version of this timeless classic: the XJC's were only made for a few years, all "Series II" cars. The wheels on Neo's are "Series III" which didn't exist until a few years later. The fluted-looking grill shell is a bit odd since all of the Jag shells were beautifully smooth. He certainly captured the beautiful lines of the car, though. I'd be tempted if I could recreate a set of the true Series II wheels and hubcaps (I still have an original set of the caps with the Jag head centers). I might just give it a shot since there is no other replica of the C model in 1/18 scale as far as I know.
That rusty deuce is incredibly cool...possibly one of the best I've seen and a "favorites" keeper. But then...that ratty roadster (Jag) is also amazing. They look like much more fun to build that way, too. Great job!