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Hi Everyone,

   Been owning my jag xj6 for three years now, getting to the point where i'm doing a bit of diy maintenance so hoping to get some hints and tips!

 

Thanks

 

James

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Welcome to the club, James.

 

This is a friendly club and there are lots of very knowledgeable members who do assist by sharing their experiences.

 

And please share yours.

 

Regards,

 

Peter. 

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Hi James

 

I have to agree with Peter this is a friendly place problem is no one knows anything lol

 

Rich

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Thanks for all the welcoming introductions, just getting the car ready for a trip to Paris next week. Assuming Calais doesn't shut!!

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My trip around France and Belgium went great. 1200miles averaging an awe inspiring 27 mpg!! Travelled to Chateau Chantilly and there was a classic car show on, I was parked in the ancient vehicles section, pah! Parked next to a rather nice 80's Daimler and near the entrance so some good news. Around Paris outskirts before heading to Ypres and the Battlefield Cemeteries. To top off the week, epic day at Goodwood Revival. Just shows when Insu turn around and say your 19 year old car will struggle with that kind of journey, they obviously never had a jag!!

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My trip around France and Belgium went great. 1200miles averaging an awe inspiring 27 mpg!! Travelled to Chateau Chantilly and there was a classic car show on, I was parked in the ancient vehicles section, pah! Parked next to a rather nice 80's Daimler and near the entrance so some good news. Around Paris outskirts before heading to Ypres and the Battlefield Cemeteries. To top off the week, epic day at Goodwood Revival. Just shows when Insu turn around and say your 19 year old car will struggle with that kind of journey, they obviously never had a jag!!

The trip sounds amazing James, and seriously jealous on the Goodwood revival bit, hopefully tis as good as it looks on the box???

 

cheers,

Bryn. . .

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Anyone ever wondering whether to do Goodwood Revival, don't wonder, just do. It is awesome! Never seen 20 D - types just parked up in a line.

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Next year it is then,

 

Just talked my other half into it, however in all honesty that didn't take much doing, as her answere was "wondered what took you so long, your always going on about it..."

 

pain free.

 

cheers

Bryn. . .

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Next year it is then,

 

Just talked my other half into it, however in all honesty that didn't take much doing, as her answere was "wondered what took you so long, your always going on about it..."

 

pain free.

 

cheers

Bryn. . .

I might try for it myself.  First step, Get into good books, paint something or dig some garden, then talk about it for three days  and it might work.

 

Peter.

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I might try for it myself.  First step, Get into good books, paint something or dig some garden, then talk about it for three days  and it might work.

 

Peter.

one never knows old bean, one never knows.

 

Having said that, don't you go working too hard though Peter, they're quite cunning folk these other halves, not too disimilar to ourselves you understand!!! haha.

 

cheers for now,

Bryn. . .

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