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Kevjp

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Kevjp last won the day on December 6 2018

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  • Location
    Hertfordshire
  • Interests
    Well...Lotus cars of course!
  • Drives
    Evora S

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  1. Thanks for the hard work organising this Colin. Sorry we dashed off but had a great day. Loved meeting everyone and really enjoyed the drive out and the Paul Matty visit. He has got some lovely cars! See you all soon Kevin and Clare
  2. Good to see everyone. Nice to see the Elise out Andy!
  3. Skittles for the colours but a Pride for, well, pride...interesting choices
  4. Sounds boring! Should be something like a livery of Lotus or a Skittle of Lotus... I reckon that's just one end of a very long garage where lots of other cars are hidden 😉
  5. Nice, was thinking of bringing the 25 after her victorious MOT. That's a lovely line up (what is the collective noun for Lotus??)
  6. Should get over for this. Missed Hilltop farm last week. Clare wouldn't get out of bed!
  7. May be a little late but looking forward to seeing everyone!
  8. The Elan is looking superb!. Did they charge you for parking? Heard that might happen because of the volume of cars and barryboy behaviour whilst leaving...
  9. So, on the s2...replace nose badge/driving light and clean the inside ally on show. Might also look at the gear linkages because they seem a little stiff to me (have the feeling this is one of "those" jobs so might leave till it gets a little warmer) The Evora is in fine fettle after a victorious MOT visit and just having been serviced. Might fiddle with some bits but my mum always told me off for fiddling...
  10. Hi Mark, and well done on your purchase! You are going to love buzzing around in that. Hopefully will meet you at some point so you can show it off. Regards Kevin
  11. Booked in, 1. Andy 2. Chris and Tash 3. Dean and Lisa 4. Mark and Lucinda 5. Kevin and Clare
  12. Kim, the integrity of the structural elements need inspection certainly as I remember seeing some very tidy "tarted up" classics that under the surface were like Swiss cheese! Not only that, but as a trained welder made me shudder when I saw some of the botched repairs using Oxy-acetylene or worse, a MIG welder. An MOT would go some way to re-assuring the car is sound. But also an inspection of the braking system, steering, bearings etc. A lot of the components that it's not obvious if they are failing, and in the "youth" of the vehicle would be picked up now by the service regime as well as the MOT. (Hopefully!) These can be some of the items that are just not checked by the owner unless some work in restoration are being carried out on them.
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