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by Eddie » Sat Jul 04, 2020 6:06 pm

Grant wrote:Thank you Eddie..Where abouts on Twitter(as I have never used it) do you find these pics Ed please.. how do you search it.. do you have to use #JustSayin#?.. I've never gone onto twitter you see, call me Old Fashioned and all that but, Sticks and Stones etcImage


Grant, it doesn't look like you have to be signed up to Twitter to use it, I suppose you would if you wanted to tweet though :D :D :D

I thought you would be up with all the social media, now you have become a You tube sensation :D

I have done a bit of the donkey work for you on the link below, basically I put Jensen Interceptor in the search and clicked on photos, you should be able to just scroll down for the images.

https://twitter.com/search?q=jensen%20interceptor&src=typed_query&f=image
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by RAP72 » Sat Jul 04, 2020 6:38 pm

Series3Jensen wrote:Sorry I meant Chassis No 117/2582

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117/2582 I have recently been told that this car is just about finished by Cropeady. I am waiting for more info and photos before I update the page for that car.
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by RAP72 » Sat Jul 04, 2020 6:41 pm

Grant wrote:Thank you Eddie..Where abouts on Twitter(as I have never used it) do you find these pics Ed please.. how do you search it.. do you have to use #JustSayin#?.. I've never gone onto twitter you see, call me Old Fashioned and all that but, Sticks and Stones etcImage



Grant me olde fruit ( I believe that is your normal term of endearment}

I have added the photos to the page for 115/3200 see http://www.joc.org.uk/Interceptor_Mk_1/ ... scrap.html

sorry I don't have your emojis :oops:
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by Pymmie » Tue Jul 07, 2020 10:29 am

115/2532 has surfaced. Vignale built

Looks in great condition.

Steve Hickey has been notified

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by RAP72 » Tue Jul 07, 2020 12:56 pm

Pymmie wrote:115/2532 has surfaced. Vignale built

Looks in great condition.

Steve Hickey has been notified

John P



that makes 382 out of the 1024, or 37.3%.

thanks John and Chris for the alerts.
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by FFPL » Tue Jul 07, 2020 10:15 pm

RAP72 wrote:
Pymmie wrote:115/2532 has surfaced. Vignale built

Looks in great condition.

Steve Hickey has been notified

John P



that makes 382 out of the 1024, or 37.3%.

thanks John and Chris for the alerts.

Does look to be in a really nice condition. Do you know the vignale body number?
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by RAP72 » Thu Jul 09, 2020 7:30 pm

FFPL wrote:Do you know the vignale body number?


sorry no
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by RAP72 » Tue Aug 11, 2020 2:15 pm

it has been a month or so since the last update. I finally have found my get up and go - it got up and went!!

Anyway a number of updates have been added to the Welcome page including the History of the Swedish Car that is for sale.

Since the start of the year, of the 382 cars listed as MK1 survivors, I have been notified about the condition of 133, it seems that 69 (51.88%) of those are on the road; 48 (36/09%] are under restoration and 16 [12.03%] are currently listed as for sale. I have also 'found' on facebook a car last seen in 2003 and am awaiting more details.

Thanks for those that have responded and, if you have an update please let me know. If I have missed any emails, again please let me know.
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