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by Davenewby » Thu Dec 22, 2005 1:09 pm

I have just received the latest copy of the JOC magazine. Read it all in one evening. What a great read, no matter what Jensen(s) you own, there is always something for everybody. For your annual subs, not only do you belong to a superb club, but you get more than your money's worth in the magazine. Just compare the cost with the annual cost of one of the popular Classic magazines :D

BUT, Keith, why did you have to print the article on replacing piston rings in this months issue? Which ba***rd amongst my "friends" told you that I was still awaiting the new set of rings for my poor old 440? :cry:

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by stevej » Thu Dec 22, 2005 9:51 pm

Well Done Keith,

Another superb edition of the club mag.

Seasons Greetings to all,

Steve&Tracy Johnson.
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by Patric » Fri Dec 23, 2005 11:16 am

What a triffic read, kept me from buying christmas presents!

Thanks Keith ans seasons greetings to all

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by zacmarshall » Fri Dec 23, 2005 1:56 pm

Speaking to some of the classic car journalists at the Classic car show at the NEC in Novermber, they said that one of the things drawing sales away from their magazines was the quality of the club magazines, the award winning JOC magazine is surely one of the best examples of this.
Well done to Keith.

What did people think of the regalia photo advert and seperate price list?

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