Lightweight Interceptor - is this truth?

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RAP72 wrote:Pymmie

next time you are talking to him could you get the chassis number of the MK1 he is using :(
Steve you have it already.

The picture enclosed is a clue

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RAP72 wrote:Pymmie

next time you are talking to him could you get the chassis number of the MK1 he is using :(
It's 2875, documented on the 1st page of this thread.
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Chris_R wrote:
RAP72 wrote:Pymmie

next time you are talking to him could you get the chassis number of the MK1 he is using :(
It's 2875, documented on the 1st page of this thread.
twas tongue in cheek :)
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Pymmie wrote:Just thought I would update the forum on this now infamous car.

The new owner Duncan Davis (a follower of magic man Tim Rifat) has

posted a few videos in social media of the car running.

Yesterday (Fri 24th July)I started to message him on FB about details etc.

His replies were typically vague before he got real nasty.

Being a ‘sparky’ my sarcasm holds no boundaries, see what you think

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What was he claiming about Goodwood? That he had an entry? If so, for which event? You see I can fact-check that. Not that it's really necessary to prove that this nonsense is the nonsense that we all know it is.
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Pymmie wrote: The new owner Duncan Davis (a follower of magic man Tim Rifat) has posted a few videos in social media of the car running.
Jon.. Where can we see the video's of the car running please?
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Grant wrote:
Pymmie wrote: The new owner Duncan Davis (a follower of magic man Tim Rifat) has posted a few videos in social media of the car running.
Jon.. Where can we see the video's of the car running please?
Here’s a few Facebook links :

https://www.facebook.com/696382347/post ... 42348/?d=n" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

https://www.facebook.com/696382347/post ... 17348/?d=n" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

https://www.facebook.com/696382347/post ... 87348/?d=n" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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JamesE wrote:
Pymmie wrote:Just thought I would update the forum on this now infamous car.

The new owner Duncan Davis (a follower of magic man Tim Rifat) has

posted a few videos in social media of the car running.

Yesterday (Fri 24th July)I started to message him on FB about details etc.

His replies were typically vague before he got real nasty.

Being a ‘sparky’ my sarcasm holds no boundaries, see what you think

John P
What was he claiming about Goodwood? That he had an entry? If so, for which event? You see I can fact-check that. Not that it's really necessary to prove that this nonsense is the nonsense that we all know it is.
This is what he said on FB.

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“....please keep in mind that Tesla is.... I mean Lightweight Interceptors are.... more a religion then a marque. You can easily fall afoul of LI folks, most of whom will not stand for anyone saying anything negative about their cult.”


I thought that funny!

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Pymmie wrote:
JamesE wrote:
Pymmie wrote:Just thought I would update the forum on this now infamous car.

The new owner Duncan Davis (a follower of magic man Tim Rifat) has

posted a few videos in social media of the car running.

Yesterday (Fri 24th July)I started to message him on FB about details etc.

His replies were typically vague before he got real nasty.

Being a ‘sparky’ my sarcasm holds no boundaries, see what you think

John P
What was he claiming about Goodwood? That he had an entry? If so, for which event? You see I can fact-check that. Not that it's really necessary to prove that this nonsense is the nonsense that we all know it is.
This is what he said on FB.

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John its all a load of bollax i had that car here it was a rough old shagging manual car nothing special at all the owner Riffat is nothing but a sneaky evil guy people beware of him should your paths cross, he reckons the worlds top brass is after him and microwaves are in the air etc etc, he must have done a number on this present owner and he really thinks he has something special from the factory it is not, it has a 500 cube stroker mtr and ally heads fact as i shipped the parts as a favour to this evil guy, i built the a833 manual transmission, then had the car removed from here as i realised what a [edited by Moderator] the guy is,
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Pymmie wrote:
JamesE wrote:
Pymmie wrote:Just thought I would update the forum on this now infamous car.

The new owner Duncan Davis (a follower of magic man Tim Rifat) has

posted a few videos in social media of the car running.

Yesterday (Fri 24th July)I started to message him on FB about details etc.

His replies were typically vague before he got real nasty.

Being a ‘sparky’ my sarcasm holds no boundaries, see what you think

John P
What was he claiming about Goodwood? That he had an entry? If so, for which event? You see I can fact-check that. Not that it's really necessary to prove that this nonsense is the nonsense that we all know it is.
This is what he said on FB.

John P
It will come as absolutely no surprise that Goodwood has no record of Duncan Davis on its database of all the people ever invited to participate in its events.
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JamesE wrote: It will come as absolutely no surprise that Goodwood has no record of Duncan Davis on its database of all the people ever invited to participate in its events.
He's foretelling the future. It will happen in 2021. Or maybe 2022.
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