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  1. Just checking on Julie's profile shows she has not been active here since 2014. Maybe you could PM her or try social media to track her down. chipp
  2. Also depends how you drive the thing, getting on it at the right time/gear/revs. Have you seen Kimbers driving, i have. chipp
  3. Welcome Nik. I think Jep is spot on starting with the the purest of the ethos. Having had that mix of splendid cars already you need to experience the fun of light weight at lower speeds and you'll get this is any of the earlier Elise models. If you then want a bit more useability (Evora) or power and pace (sc Elise or Exige) you can trade up. chipp
  4. Hats off too Wendy, a lovely gester for her colleagues. chipp
  5. Glad to see you have found another project at last, I'm sure it will be lavished upon. But as you usually move your vehicles on eventually would it not be a shame to vary it away from its originality. As a commemorative edition originality is surely more appreciated when the time comes to move on. chipp
  6. You could try Boss Motors in Snetterton. chipp
  7. They're looking for a 'Head of new model launch' chipp
  8. Not quite memorabilia but a member of the prestigious club sadly passed away. chipp
  9. There was one in Norfolk that got destroyed by fire but not sure of the extent of the damage. chipp
  10. Mansells Type 87 from 1981 mid season. Started as full Essex livery then gradually went over to full JPS for later part of that year. chipp
  11. Also has a mobile number in the ad, could give them a call. chipp
  12. Silver 1971 last changed hands in 2012 and taxed till Oct '20. it's out there somewhere, good luck with finding it. Try here chipp
  13. Hethel offered as a Nightingale? chipp
  14. Have they run an Elanscan to check the fault code indicator. Obviously they will have done lots but just chucking in my limited knowledge. There's also a vacuum pipe that runs to the turbo transducer from the plenum, this can be split but not be noticeable. chipp
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