COMMENTS AND FEEDBACK
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2002 VISITOR'S BOOK
||12th December 2002|
|Roderick Meek||Many thanks for maintaining an excellenet forum for Challenger owners and other interested parties. I am sad to say that I have managed to sell my car but am delighted to report that it has gone to an enthusiastic new owner who, hopefully will get as much enjoyment from the car as I have had over the last ten years of ownership. Your website generated substantial interest for my car and ultimately produced a buyer. One thing however did become clear in my discussion with interested parties is the general lack of appreciation of these cars. My general feeling it that a lot of enquirers honestly thought that they could acquire a Challenger for a bargain basement kit car price. I can only regard them as foolish or opportunistic to assume that they could buy a fully functioning high performance sports car with classic looks, Jaguar engineering and modern reliablilty for less than £10,000. Just because it has the "tag" replica after it does not necessarily mean inferior. Make no mistake the Challenger is a serious alternative to a Cobra, Healey or Original E Type and is in my opinion, having some experience, a superior car. A wellbuilt Challenger will reward its owner with exclusivety, comfort and exhilarating performance. Treat these cars with some respect after all they are not plywood and fibreglas bolted to a wheel barrow chassis with a Ford engine. You will get what you pay for. But for an expanding family and mortage Ii would not have sold my car, in spite of no longer being an owner I will continue to check out this site and the new Challenger Owners Club site. Thanks again.||27th November 2002|
sale - Challenger-flared wheel arches- Mettalic paint
|26th November 2002|
in buying complete car or kit
||2nd November 2002|
|James||I am being
taught maths by the legend that started this all of. Who would have thought
that Mr Robinson would be responsible for all this. Wow!
||17th October 2002|
|David Brown||Are there
any e type kits available currently? If so do you have contact details?
||15th October 2002|
now teaching again and teaches me A-level maths
||15th October 2002|
|Derek Martlew|| Nice site
- I am looking for a kit. I would like to make a lightweight replica for
some light competition and road use. Anything considered - distance is no
problem. Derek - 01704 510060
||14th October 2002|
|Steve Trodd||With delight
I found your web site. I have just bought a Challenger and I am looking
forward to finding out more.
||8th October 2002|
note that the newly reformed Challenger Owners Club now has a web site at
The new site is still under construction and we intend that it should run
along side and be complimentry to this excellent web site at westernweb.
||7th October 2002|
|Piet||Good site||5th October 2002|
|paul haltam||Have held
my breath for a month now,but have to ask the answer to the last post.What
is very good?
||1st October 2002|
|Qasim Saleem||Thats very good||2nd September 2002|
|The information listed is mostly related to early sale literature.I need to know the front spring rating, as both of mine have broken! I understand Steven Green designed the suspension. Is there any way of making contact with either him or someone that would know the spring ratings. It won't be just the front ones, if mine was anything to go by! - webmaster||12th August 2002|
to all the interested People out there. I am looking for a Challenger Kit
and I was so sorry to hear it was no longer build. Is there any chance to
restart the production? I would pay 10.000 € to take part on the production.
If anyone else is interested in this way, maybe we are able to get it working.
Please contact me on email@example.com
||7th August 2002|
built a Challenger around 1986. I just wonder what happened to it. I sold
it to Fords in Maidenhead registration no. Q635 WRX Old English White lovely
||3rd August 2002|
I was involved with the design and development of the Challenger during
part of it's history and would be willing to help with any technical problems
||30th July 2002|
am extremely interested in obtaining a challenger. If anyone does decide
to build them again, please contact me. I live in Australia and would need
to have it shipped. How many serious buyers will it take to make this a
viable business opportunity for someone. Im sure we can arrange something
by raising enough capital by way of deposits. Keep me in the loop.
||30th July 2002|
am looking to purchase a Challenger with a log book around 1969-71 which
is registered as either Challenger Jaguar or Jaguar Triple C or similar
||23rd July 2002|
out there still got 'SOB',?
||25th June 2002|
took delivery of Challenger number 306 in late December 1991, which may
be one of the last to come out of the factory in Scotland, unless anyone
knows any different. The car is still only partly built and I am considering
selling it. Any sensible offer considered. Please email for further information
||17th June 2002|
have been building a Challenger for some time now, but I am getting desperate
for a hood frame.
Does anyone know where the hood frames were made when the car was in production.
|16th June 2002|
was interested as I did buy one when you were in Cornwall, I built a white
one and kept it for a couple of years then sold it to Ford's in Maidenhead
I wonder where it ended, I am sure it is still going well. The Registration
No Q635 WRX.
||3rd June 2002|
mid 1990 I visited the Corby factory with check book in hand after many
calls and discussions drove a custommer car (Sorry Dereck) as a demonstrator(JAG...S
the door latch was broken at the time and I wa duly hooked. I paid my deposit
and looked forward to recieving my rolling chasis 6 Months latter. Unfortunatley
I had to back out as the Construction Industry floundered and I was unable
to forfill my part of the deal. At the time I was very impressed with the
Factory abeit small, complete cars were stacked on the walls awaiting delivery.
Im would still love oneeven though I have wife and kids which i didnt have
when I was originaly interested. Give the interest of the site, Greg other
and may be my self should be able to do some thing be it on a limmited basis.
Moulds should not stop the show and if I remember correctley the chasis
jig was based on a triumph herald. Gentlemen, it just needs enough people
interested which there is, a good product which is irefutable, and some
coviction and enthusiasm. Come on lets get to gether and talk!!! Suggested
date 29/6/02 Amesbury Wiltshire. Give me a call if you are interested on
07801 1944 83 FX 01980 626 711
||25th May 2002|
challenger (wildcat) is currently being offered at Bob's Classics in California
for US$15900, a lot considering the current etype prices. Make
no mistake - a Wildcat is NOT a Challenger! (Some would say) the Wildcat
was never considered a true replica - webmaster
||18th May 2002|
real tragedy that this outstanding replica kit is no longer in production,
especially now, as all the major manufacturers are going for a "retro" look.
Please, someone, rescue this project and take an order from me for the
first off the production line!
||26th April 2002|
have a Challenger which I built with a friend in 1991.It has done 6000
from build. Anyone interested in buying, contact me by E mail for details.To
avoid time wasters it will not leave me for less than £11000.
|20th February 2002|
send info to GLASBLASITIII ( the 3 III are cap iii)
||7th February 2002|
for an incomplete challenger
||1st February 2002|
been surprised by the number of emails I have received since contacting
the site last. As none of the originators, for reasons best known to themselves,
have bothered to answer e-mails or requests for info, then if the interest
continues then I will take up the 'Challenge' no pun intended. Watch this
||31st January 2002|
looking replica kit ever.Have a picture of my wife sitting in a customers
car at the Corby factory. Will try and enter it in the gallery.
||30th January 2002|
||24th January 2002|
|An anonymous visitor from USAirways||Absolutely
gorgeous! Both, the car and its occupant !
||17th January 2002|