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JackandCoke

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About JackandCoke

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  • Name
    Jack
  • Car
    Exige 350 Sport
  • Location
    Suffolk/Norfolk boarder

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  1. So my car lives outside and I've had no bother, I have a mixture of hidden and semi visible cameras on the front of my house which cover the driveway. I wouldn't worry to much about added security unless you insurance company specify it, at the end of the day you're going to be less likely to drive it if you have to faff around with removing covers, steering wheel locks, and bollards, I'd personally just go with the bollard if you're concerned as that's most likely to cause worrying noises if attacked. My insurance wasn't such a hike for parking the car outside at night. The area you live
  2. I Ceramic coated mine four months ago and they come up clean every wash. You can get a DIY kit which are pretty simple to use yourself.
  3. Brilliant comparison, if you'd call it that with both cars being so different!! The sound quality is top notch too!
  4. Name: Lotus Exige Click to view: Lotus Exige
  5. I'm 26 miles away and free on that day, if you think my 350 would be suitable?
  6. With my 350 i find it easier on the ears to drive with the valve open in traffic or just cruising at low to mid range RPM, with the valve shut the car drones way too much and doesn't sound good at all IMO.
  7. Just a couple of shots adding to my introduction to TLF
  8. Thank you. I'm told i was named after the stuff! Lovely looking S4 you have there!
  9. I've ridden a Yamaha MT-09 for the last four years, but now i have the Exige i'll probably get my fix from that, so I'll look at getting something for errands like an adventure style bike with panniers for shopping trips into the city, there's nothing worse than having a really good ride out and then carrying your gear around with you and sweating in textile trousers.
  10. Thanks all, I really had to wait a while for the right colour and spec to come up. I'm looking forward to getting on the Snetterton 300 as only previously driven around the older version before the infield extension
  11. Hi all, I though i'd introduce myself having purchased the car just last week after searching for many months. This is only my second non-Japanese car with the other being my 1969 VW Bus, and as such look forward to speaking with some like-passionate people. I've returned the car back to Norfolk and look forward to meeting some of you in the future. Thanks, Jack
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