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I decided to create this blog chronicle my vintage racing efforts with my 1957 AH 100-6 MM, including preparation, maintenance and race day action. My hope is to inspire those who might be dreaming of getting behind the wheel on the track in the most beautiful sports car ever made. It's not as difficult as one might think. If you can dream it, you can do it, I did......
Well, another Christmas has come and gone. Yesterday was Christmas and we had the whole clan over. The son's and daughter-in-law came out Christmas Eve and spent the night so we could all get up early and open presents! I already knew what my "main" present was - a Canon 7D. My wife agreed to let me buy it early with the provision that I would let her wrap it and put it under the tree. I also got a couple of nice Hawaiian shirts from my SIL who just got back from Oahu. Mary and I
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Ok, not sure how this is going to work, but here goes:
Updated 12-02-2012 at 11:46 AM by Basil
This is my first blog post. I eventually hope to use this blog to blog about my Jaguar restoration - if I ever get back to it! This is a picture of my Jag as it looks today:
Before I put new Dayton Wires and New Tires on
New Dayton Wires with New Tires
The factory hard top was an option. My E did not originally have this, but I bought one last
Updated 12-02-2012 at 11:47 AM by Basil