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Well, not quite...but we looked pretty :p

Apologies first. I forgot my camera and so these were all taken on my phone :eek:




Tifosi's 164 (hastily thrown together this week - it had no interior until a few days ago)


James's MiTo - a lovely colour as well - flecks of red in the black :inlove:



The Spiders :D



Tifosi's series 3 Spider



The line up :cool:



Oh and there were a few Jags there :lol:




 
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Nice photos.
My Alfa lives with an E Type Jagaur and a Jaguar XJ6.
Thanks - they are rubbish photos really :lol: Mr PG has an XJ6 (X300) that I bought him last year :cool: It was an ebay "bargain" that is actually quite a catch :)

Cool pics PG :thumbs: - you must have a decent phone :D
Not being able to afford an iPhone :eek: I've got a Samsung Omnia - it's got a 5mp camera on it which normally would be great, but I've got to reset the brightness on it (which I couldn't tell in sunlight as I was taking to pics) and I was also hanging on to Murphy! A recipe for piccie disaster :lol:
 

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Nice pic's PG, I love a Mk2 Jag, seeing those make's me feel like pulling on a balaclava and do a Bank job !:lol: a nice selection of Alfa's there.
 
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How did you find the Jag owners received the Alfas?
The Jag club - Jaguar Enthusiasts Club - are just the nicest bunch of folk! No snobbery or anything like that - just a lot of really nice ordinary people. It obviously helps that Mr PG has a Jag himself, but when they heard I had an Alfa they immediately invited me to get a few folk together for the show :D

We got nothing but praise for the cars on show and lots of attention (including that from a few numpties telling stories about the rare Alfa they used to own - I attract them apparently :lol: )

On guy tried to tell me that the best thing to clean my car with was diesel :rolleyes: Great for black cars apparently. Black cars that you want to have smelling like a petrol station I'm sure.
 
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Nice pictures pg, I love the old Jags as well as the Alfas :cool:
 
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Duncan (Tifosi) took loads of pics so I'm hoping he'll be on to post them up soon ;)
 

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The Jag club - Jaguar Enthusiasts Club - are just the nicest bunch of folk! No snobbery or anything like that - just a lot of really nice ordinary people. It obviously helps that Mr PG has a Jag himself, but when they heard I had an Alfa they immediately invited me to get a few folk together for the show :D


We got nothing but praise for the cars on show and lots of attention (including that from a few numpties telling stories about the rare Alfa they used to own - I attract them apparently :lol: )

On guy tried to tell me that the best thing to clean my car with was diesel :rolleyes: Great for black cars apparently. Black cars that you want to have smelling like a petrol station I'm sure.
Cool. I love Jags. Don't think I'll be using the diesel top tip though! :lol:
 

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are your wheels still in one peice pg? after that acid bath you gave them?
 
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Cheeky wee :rant:

Yes :D and cleaner and shinier than yours :nerner:
 

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hey thats mean:rant:, i have an excuse i drove 150 miles and was sad enough to wash its when i arrived lol.

i must admit your wheel stuf was amaaaaazing.
 
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I thought it was too...but the guy wouldn't let me keep it :(

Now I have to find a Arnold Clark valeter to seduce :lol:
 

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Looks like a good day, sorry I couldn't make it!
 

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On guy tried to tell me that the best thing to clean my car with was diesel :rolleyes: Great for black cars apparently. Black cars that you want to have smelling like a petrol station I'm sure.

Thats true. We used Diesel to clean all vehicles in the Army before an exibition or parade etc. It cleans bird poo, insects, tar and all that nasty stuff and leaves a smooth silky glossy result.. and a distinctive smell :)
 
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