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Hi to you all, just joined the club, I've just bought a 2011 xf Portfolio S 3ltr diesel,  I've been wanting a Jag for years and I must say im not disappointed at all,  well maybe the sat nav is a bit slow compaired to the Saab Ttid but can live with that. 

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Welcome to the club, Chris.

I think you will find that the club is a very friendly and helpful group of people, and I hope you enjoy it as much as you enjoy your Jaguar.

Regards,

Peter.

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Cheers Peter,

Yes its a lovely car, I was looking at the XJ 's a couple of weeks ago but they are massive and would have to pay a chauffeur to look the part haha.   What car have you got Peter. 

kind regards

Chris. 

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Hi Chris,

I have had an s type for 3 years now  ---  a model I have always wanted since I first saw the Mk1 in the early sixties.  I agree with you about the XJ - a big car.

 

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Hi Peter 

Thats a nice car ,I've always liked the shape of the front end, it's the classic Jag shape, it's almost the same colour as mine just a bit lighter, do you go to the Jag meeting,I'm not sure where they have them or what day they. 

Regards 

chris. 

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Hi Chris,

There have been a few JOC meets but it needs a good location and a willing organiser to get one going.

Now that I have had my main holiday of the year, I will give some thought to organising a JOC meet somewhere in the Midlands --  which is halfway to everywhere.

We had one at Gaydon last September - a good day, but only half of those who said they were coming actually turned up. Some had good and proper reasons and informed the organisers, but unfortunately some didn't.

Regards,

Peter.

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Hi Pete, 

Is that near Stratord-Apon-Avon if so thats a good way from me, I reckon they should have them in all large towns, it would make it more conveniant, I'm not sure how it works but years ago I was in the Triumph club and fortunately for me it was just down the road, I suppose you can't have it all ways. 

Regards 

Chris. 

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Hi Chris,

I am from Lancashire, and only came to the Midlands as a Missionary.

My first car was a Triumph Herald, and my last motorcycle was a Triumph T100.  I wish I still had both -- would be worth a fortune.

Regards,

Peter.

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Hi Pete , 

Good old Triumph Herald they where a good car , easy to get to the engine and everything, the Trimph T100 was good bike you could have retired if you had those still Pete, I am a Lambretta man , had 5 and one got stolen that was the best one GP 200 electronic. 

Regards

Chris  

 

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