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2004 VISITOR'S BOOK
|Happy new year to everyone in challenger Land PS I am still looking for
a fault free high class challenger,any takers
||31st December 2004|
|can anyone tell me if the e-type replica is still made by anyone?
||15th December 2004|
|can I still buy a e-type rep kit from you? If not, does any one do a kit? If not, who had the molds? - see previous years visitors books for info - webmaster||10th December 2004|
|Harald Kurz||Are Challengers
only available as right hand drives ? - both LH and RH drive were produced
||4th December 2004|
|Please send me information (like web address and e-mails, etc.)of all
manufaturers of E-Type replica kit cars. Also, I am interested very much
in Challenger kits, if they are still available.
||30th November 2004|
just like to say wot a cracking job you do for the challenger fellowship.there
is not a day i dont log on to your great site. keep up
the great following. kevin - thanks kevin - webmaster
||28th November 2004|
|Bob Abarhams||What came of Derek Robinson ? - he contributes to this visitors book
occasionally! - webmaster
||16th November 2004|
|simon connolly||Anybody inspected the silver challenger in newport pagnell?i have,what
are your opinions of it?many thanks
||7th November 2004|
|wanted jag based challenger,(new member of club)
|Richard Shaw||I agree with comments about N.E.C. owners club stand,well done'great
to meet the people
||2nd November 2004|
|Wanted a Jaguar based kit in any condition. If the name sounds familiar
its because my Dad is Derek Robinson - the founder of Triple C Challenger!!
||25th October 2004|
one out there have a pair of chrome top door trims and a centre retaining
clip for the roof FOR SALE. If they have i will be interested
please email me at email@example.com Thanks Phil - try www.sngbarratt.com
||24th October 2004|
|Phil & Jill
|What a stand for the challengers owners club at the nec birmingham.It
was great to see 5 challengers on one stand and they all looked stunning.It
was great to meet people in person and have a chat about a brilliant car,
having one ourselves.A good day out.
||24th October 2004|
|Unfinished (unstarted/kit even better) challenger wanted. Alternatively finished project based on 1997 or later donor vehicle... please email any details.||17th October 2004|
|Nico Human||I saw the TripC the first time in the Kit Car magazine dated Dec '89
and have been wandering ever since if it is still in production. After
visiting the website I was sad to find out that it is no longer in production.
However, I am interseted in one for sale. I am sure there is not one in
||14th October 2004|
today. A manual 4.2 XJ6 based Challenger today. Drove 180-odd miles on
motorways to get it home. Ran really well - phew! And
it looks a dream. A well finished car. Is there any collective knowledge/archive
to dig out more about individal cars? The kit for this one seems to have
been bought in 1990.
||10th October 2004|
|John Abbey||Hello, I am completing the challenger purchased by my dad in may 1990. Currently trying to suss out the radiator piping, does anyone know waht hose is used to connect from the water pump to the pipe across the base of the radiator. - as far as I can remember it is mostly XJ6 hoses, and follows the XJ6 layout - webmaster||5th October 2004|
|Hi Webmaster. It is quite some time since I had an entry into your visitors book. The purpose of this entry is to inform you and other like minded Challenger devotees that the C.O.C. (Challenger Owners Club) have have allocated a club stand at the forthcoming NEC classic car show. We will be exhibiting 5 cars on the stand and look forward to meeting and greeting all visitors to the stand. There has never ever been 5 'E' types on one stand at any NEC classic car show. Members of the club will be on hand to talk about the cars. Look forward to seeing you there . Terry Noble||28th September 2004|
|I once owned a JPR Wildcat. They are a variation on a theme as opposed to a replica. Wider at the back, round indicators, plastic bumpers etc. In fact, as a result, I got fed up of people telling me it was a replica. They have a box section steel chassis with Ford running gear and fibre glass body panels. Compared to the Challenger they are pathetic. Never pay more than £5k for one. I found mine hard to sell. Its the car that was on E Bay recently by the current owners. Only good thing was that it was cheap to buy, run and service and if your not too fussed about originality then go for one.||22nd September 2004|
|Challenger wanted - any out there for sale? email or 020 8943 1866. And are there any/many other E-type kitcars? I've seen something called a "Wildcat". From the prices, I suspect it's not as good. But why? And what about others?||18th September 2004|
||I have got the Challenger technical manual off the web and found to my amazement my new car is in a photo at the end reg. no. 779 FCR, from this can I find when it was built, who by and for whom. I am told it was built for a professional racing driver MAURICE RUNHAM has anyone any info||13th September 2004|
|steve hanna||FANTASTIC. I LOVE IT! I WANT 1.
||7th September 2004|
|Richard shaw||Phil, no it is registered as an XJ 6 SPORTS||4th September 2004|
|Roger Curry||I have realised just how hard it is to find a good Challenger so I am looking at the real thing now, but with roofs. Series 2 E Types, especially the 2+2 models can be found for 10-15k. Some have had restorations costing more than the asking price. It seems like a very good time to pick up a bargain classic car.||3rd September 2004|
| IAN NARRAWAY
|I AM LOOKING FOR A CHALLENGER PROJECT CAN ANYONE HELP||2nd September 2004|
|I have a dark blue metallic Challenger that could be for sale.IT has
an automatic box and goes like the wind. The engine has been rebuilt, 3.8
type aluminium cam covers are fitted in place of the ugly 4.4 boxes. When
I built it some tewlve years ago I fitted a water cooled air coller which
works a treat. the interior is in dark blue, leather MGB seats and a genuine
e type dash is fitted (which I veneered in walnut) and looks superb. I
am now living in Menorca, Spain and the car is in storage in East Anglia.
I am tempted to sell it as it needs to be used not hidden away, no silly(low)
offers will be considered!!
||1st September 2004|
|I built a Challenger twelve years ago and it is still going strong, it does need new tyres as the original ones must be getting fernugled by now!! Anyone out there know of a source.||1st September 2004|
|Phil Rhoden||Roger Keep watch on ebay i have seen a few challengers on there. Phil
||26th August 2004|
|phil rhoden|| Richard Does it not say on your log book that its a
- many Challengers are registered as XJ6s - webmaster
|26th August 2004|
I have just bought a Challenger (I think)no identyfying marks that I
can find where would they be?It is gourgeous,red, chrome wires, beige leather,
4.2 balanced engine with 3 su,
|24th August 2004|
|WANTED!! Challenger EType. Please contact with details if you have one
for sale. 01723 892083. Thankyou.
||23rd August 2004|
|BEAUTIFUL HOW CAN I BUY ONE?
||20th August 2004|
||Does anyone have a centre roof clip that clips the roof in place as mine
is about to snap (centre retaining fastener)Anyone got any idea where i
can get one from,all help would be gratefull. call me or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
||5th August 2004|
|Phil Rhoden||I have always wanted a E Type Jag,heard about the challenger and recently
purchased one,over the moon with it,its my pride and joy looks the business.
||5th August 2004|
|I came across the Challenger in my search for an e-type kit. Are any available in the USA? What is for sale in the UK? Any leads would be appreciated. Also are the molds still around for sale perhaps? thanks.||12th July 2004|
|For Sale Challenger This car must be one of the
best available. £16.5k Please ring steve 01276 476678
|27th June 2004|
||anyone in the states building these E-Type kit cars today?
||23rd June 2004|
||What a GREAT looking automobile....Do you inport to the states ??
||23rd May 2004|
I have just noticed your request for info on the lightweight e-type produced by Dunford. Try www.classic-jaguar-racing.co.uk. Hope it's what you were after.
|16th May 2004|
|Ed||Simon. have you had your Wildcat long? I looked for one before I bought my Challenger||12th May 2004|
||I have a Ford/Rover Challenger..Martin, were Challengers ever built on a Friday in the dark,after CCC's Christmas party...It looks as if mine was!||12th May 2004|
tel 01429 821767
|Challenger wanted 4.2 jaguar based 5 speed or overdrive gearbox , with chrome wires must be in excellent show condition top cash waiting for top quality example.||10th May 2004|
|Were Challengers ever available with Volvo drivetrains? There's one for sale locally (Minnesota) that is equipped this way.||6th May 2004|
|...ummm I got a Wildcat (the 'other' E type kit..)and would love to be kept up to date of any Challenger's that may become available.||4th May 2004|
|Hi there, I am interested in purchasing a Challenger, anybody know of
PS Good site
|5th April 2004|
|martin callaghan||asked in dec what my actual job was in challenger. laminating,fitting body to chassis,doors, bonnet, boot, lights,prior to spraying & refitting after. external/internal trim including all fitments eg, hood,windscreen,petrol tank carpets etc, etc,||2nd April 2004|
|martin callaghan||try p40 then finish with p38||2nd April 2004|
|martin callaghan||the alley grills were
slightly inlayed & filled using resin as the
glue and a weight on the grill until set
||2nd April 2004|
|keith||are the louvre grills on the bonnet of the challenger meant to have a visual joint round the outside of these ally insert sections or should the joint be filled to conceal this like on real e types . advice needed||29th March 2004|
|KEITH||I AM LOOKING TO BUY A CHALLENGER IN EXCELLLENT CONDITION WITH A MANUAL 5 SPEED GEAR BOX. CASH WAITING FOR RIGHT VEHICLE.LEAVE INFO ON THIS SITE ON ANY CAR TO THIS SPEC.||25th March 2004|
|Ed||Kevin, you are saying this to make me cry..the sun is out and my Challenger is in the garage with half an interior and no bonnet..I drove it, sitting on a biscuit tin, up and down the drive..WAHHH!!!||18th March 2004|
|kevin marshall||hi, iam one of the people that only take my pride and joy out
when the sun is shineing!i find that these cars r a pice of jewellery u dont drive them
u wear them! its still the best toy a middle age man can have.
|17th March 2004|
Its great to hear from someone who actually uses their Challenger! So many are either not finished or just used for the occasional sunny sunday outing. I agree that the zinc spray does not provide absolute corrosion protection of the chassis and regular inspection and attention is important. A number of owners have injected wax oil into the chassis members as an additional anticorrosion measure.
I’m not clear what you mean by “dizzy cams”
|16th March 2004|
|IAIN CLARK||I PURCHASED ONE OF THE LAST CHALLENGERS WITH THE BROAD FOOTWELL AND BUILT IT IN 90-91. SINCE THEN IT HAS DONE OVER 100,000 MILES IN ALL WEATHERS. APART FROM A SMALL PROBLEM MELTING DIZZY CAMS BEFORE FITTING OPUS TO FIRE IT, THERE ARE VERY FEW PROBLEMS WITH THE CAR. IT IS NOT GREAT AS FAR AS THE ZINC FLAME SPRAYED FINISH WOULD SUGGEST. NEEDS PLENTY PROTECTION ON CHASSIS FRAMES.||12th March 2004|
|mark fitch||Due to loss of storage, Ford/Rover challenger for sale. email email@example.com
for further details.
||18th January 2004|