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Yes. Even in Canada with our huge landmass there is a modern push by city administrators for “densification”. The theory supposedly is that it is somehow “green”. More density = less cost for infrastructure, less land taken out of agricultural use, and MORE TAX REVENUE PER UNIT OF AREA. Unfortunatel...
There will be lots of small fittings on the Mk 10 that will be suitable for your e type so hang on to it till you are finished. Bolts in-particular will be usefull ifyou are interested in originality. There will also be things like grommets, electrical fittings wires fuse boxes that may fit. Even th...
They are pretty simple devices to work on. I would suggest that you research exactly how they work first so that you understand the logic in their construction. Only other tip I have is to rebuild them one at a time so that you have a reference for reassembling them. Be very carefull that you do not...
Bought my first one at 35. I am 65 now and in the middle of restoring it. My son and daughter are now in their mid 30’s and are Jaguar people also but are really more interested in the new ones.
- Mon Dec 31, 2018 5:26 am
- Forum: General
- Topic: Looking for my old E-Type reg "XKE 75"
- Replies: 24
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Back when most cars had belt driven fans that was a high risk behaviour for a cat. It was a very common thing for cats to crawl up behind the radiator in the winter to find a nice warm spot after a car was parked. We would always bang on the hood (bonnet) before getting in the vehicle to start it in...
- Fri Nov 30, 2018 3:48 am
- Forum: Welcome!
- Topic: New Member from Ontario Canada
- Replies: 11
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Hi Mike. Welcome to the forum. Always nice to see another fellow Canuck. Must admit I also snuck a look at some of the other photos. As a prarie resident I have always been jealous of the Ontario lake country. Unfortunately our lakes are not nearly as picturesque.
- Fri Nov 09, 2018 8:44 pm
- Forum: Welcome!
- Topic: Just Joined the Forum - looking for help on buying a car
- Replies: 24
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https://i.postimg.cc/nVSCCgd3/6716-BEF3-3-F6-F-4392-952-B-D3-DE331-D2-DB6.jpg https://i.postimg.cc/9fPD0fS9/FEF4-AFF5-3061-40-BD-9125-7624-A40877-CE.jpg Hi. Welcome to the forum. I would also cautiom you on buying a stored “rust free” cat. The one you are looking at has spent it’s life in Georgia a...
Remove the switch and jumper the wires to check if the problem is in the wiring or in the switch. In both my e types I have had what you describe happen and both times it was a failure in the switch. The switch can be taken apart and repaired quite easily or replacements are available.
Hi John. I have not done it myself but it is almost surely doable as there is a small wiring harness available for sale. I see it periodically on ebay plus have seen it listed in the catalogue of one of the common vendors. Can’t remember which one.
Welcome. Have you already inspected the car or is it sight unseen? Either way here is hoping it exceeds your expectations. Purchasing an e-type is always exciting
- Fri May 11, 2018 4:24 pm
- Forum: Series 1
- Topic: S1 4.2 Rear Exhaust without expansion box
- Replies: 13
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Have you considered that while you may like the sound of loud engines the vast majority of the people who inhabit the areas you drive through do not. If you are using your car for track purposes I say go for it, but for the average street driven car the quieter the exhaust note the happier the gener...