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Wednesday, 18 January 2012

Silent for a good cause

Fellow GB classic enthusiasts! I just spent the last couple of days working on the Web to make this blog more interactive, social, and eventually reachable. No posts dedicated to cars then, but a lot more opportunities to keep in touch. You can now enjoy a full set of pictures - starting with a report from our visit at the Villa d'Este Concorso d'Eleganza, 2011 edition - thanks to the BritGasoline Flickr account. Our personal recommendation would be to start with the videos, while browsing Flickr contents, especially if you have never heard a Birdcage or Jag Lightweight noise. Loud.
You can find us on Twitter, following @britgasoline or simply scrolling down the conversation on the right-hand side of this page, updated as often as materially possible.
You can click on the Facebook "Like" button, still on the right hand side list on this home page.More to come on classics, and less on technologies, though. The Scuderia Jaguar Storiche has kindly agreed to share with us some information on the Club, its members and their respective experiences or expertise as Jag enthusiasts. I will also post on these pages, very soon, a quite complete report of the restoration of our 1-owner-from-new Jag E-Type v12, the one that you can see embedded in  this post and in the picture at the bottom of this page, captured while racing in Bergamo BHGP 2010.

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