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  1. Its worth getting quotes from reputable independent repairers as they would be cheaper than the dealer but you may also need to replace the water pump whilst in the area as it is more cost efficient to do it then
  2. Hi Simon.....welcome to the Club Can't say I have any experience with Vinyl spray but I have heard it is great, if applied correctly. Worth restoring the old girl in my mind.....far fewer on the roads nowadays Good to have you onboard Cheers, Trevor
  3. Hi Alan....welcome to the Forum You could try just a couple of psi extra in each tyre to see if this keeps the sensors happy. Always ensure that the pressures are checked when they tyres are cold and 2 psi extra won't affect the handling that much. Let us know what you find Cheers, Trevor
  4. I think the 270 would be fine if lower gears are used and engine revs are high as this would keep the engine running clean and also should be quite close to the 200 for economy.
  5. Hi....and welcome to the Club Good to have you onboard Cheers, Trevor
  6. Hi Darren....welcome to the Club Good to have you onboard Cheers, Trevor
  7. Hi Rob....welcome to the Club Old Peter is probably the best chap to advise on meets in your area as he does sometimes arrange some within the Midlands but generally there are not many others planned as yet. Feel free to organise something in your area if you wish and we can help to promote it Cheers, Trevor
  8. Jaguar’s F-TYPE rally car put on a final display of precision driving for spectators at the 2019 Wales Rally GB With Junior Welsh Tarmac Rally Champion Jade Paveley behind the wheel, the white convertible powered around a course featuring tight hairpin turns and a challenging slalom section, perfect for demonstrating the car’s hydraulic handbrake and uprated rally-spec chassis. TANMAY DUBE - VEHICLE INTEGRATION MANAGER, JAGUAR F-TYPE JADE PAVELEY - JUNIOR WELSH TARMAC RALLY CHAMPION The car driven on the penultimate day of Wales Rally GB, Britain’s round of the World Rally Championship, is one of only two in the world. The Rally cars were built to celebrate 70 years since the introduction of Jaguar’s first sports car - the XK 120 in 1948. The models pay particular homage to the legendary ‘NUB 120’ which completed three consecutive Alpine Rallies without incurring a single penalty point and won the RAC and Tulip rallies in the early 1950’s. They were first put through their paces in November 2018 in South Wales to demonstrate their performance credentials on gravel. After almost 12 months of appearances at Jaguar events, the special tarmac stage near the sweeping sands of Colwyn Bay, North Wales, was the perfect place for a final official public appearance. Wales Rally GB finishes in Llandudno on Sunday 6 October. The Jaguar F-TYPE Chequered Flag Limited Edition is available from £62,720 and can be configured at www.jaguar.co.uk. Read more about the F-TYPE Chequered Flag Limited Edition here.
  9. Think I would take it in to be diagnosed as this sounds as though it could be a component that is worn or due to go faulty. Best to be on the safe side!
  10. Hi Stuart I think i would contact your dealer as this may be a software update issue.
  11. Hi Bern....and welcome to the Club Good to have you onboard Cheers, Trevor
  12. Hi Nick....welcome to the Club It really depends on what sort of driving you will mostly be doing...e.g. motorway driving then a diesel is fine, town driving either small diesel or most certainly petrol and hybrid.