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    • A long way from the Barn: 1964 E-Type restored to perfect condition
      One of Britain’s leading E-type specialists, E-Type UK, has completed a transformative restoration on a barn-find 1964 Jaguar E-type Series 1 3.8 FHC. Found in the previous owner’s unused garage in southeast England, this particular car had been left sitting since 1979, but has now been given a new lease of life by E-Type UK.
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    • How you can look after your Car Battery during the lockdown period
      In times like these when many of us are in quarantine and cities are in lock-down, you would think that our vehicles are naturally not on top of our minds. CTEK a leading global brand in the care and maintenance of vehicle batteries, is however reporting an unprecedented number of enquires from people all over the world, asking for advice on how best to look after their battery when their vehicle is parked up for a long period of time
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    • Best Polish to use on your paintwork?
      As we are in lockdown and trying to find things to occupy our time, polishing the car seems quite popular with the majority of us.

      So, what do you think is the best Polish to use on your paintwork?
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      As we go into lockdown in the face of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) threat many people are asking what help their insurance provider can give in these incredibly trying times

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      The ABI (Association of British Insurers) is reassuring people that its motor and home insurance members are offering enhanced help and support to all their customers who may be affected by the impact of Coronavirus.
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    • Simply saying you may well need to hook up to a good diagnostic computer, and know what you are doing to sort it. These machines are very complicated and use multiple computers and sensors talking over several networks to perform what seems a simple function. The modules are sensitive to low voltage causing software problems so probs better to diagnose with the computer rather than chase possible "obvious" fixes. John
    • Hi I'm Stuart new member today. Recently bought an X Type estate 07 which I love. However I missing blue tooth and an up to date Sat Nav. Could anyone give me some ideas please?
    • Hi. Whilst cleaning my car last week I had a closer look at the brakes in readiness for some new pads. I was surprised to see that on the front, neither side has any brake disc shields fitted whereas the rears do.    The car is a 2010 XK 5.0 Portfolio, is this normal for the front discs?   Many thanks, Chris 
    • Hi get the car tested i had the same inlet manifold cracked or something simple like split hose could be many thing and a smoke test tells you were the leak is if there is one.