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Old 12-05-17, 11:58
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Here it is, early on in the day at Debden, May 2016
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Old 12-05-17, 17:48
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Ah great to know. So that will be when I first saw it for sale with Dermot as the JLS? After that I assume it went to Ben240z and on to Rustyracer.

If anyone does have any photos of it please do let me know, it'd be brilliant to get some through it's life.

Thanks

Sam
I will have a look to see if I have any old pics over the weekend,before Phil christened it the JLS (John Lambert Special ie that's me) It was known as Jolibre Mk 2
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Old 12-05-17, 18:19
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Sam

The old girl is looking good that photo from Debden was me I had a few outings in it last year, Certainly got the potential to look good with the exposed engine polished holbay rocker cover and those gorgeous polished revolution split rims.

I did enjoy it and it certainly had a lot of interest from people at meetings a real old skool clubmans, It was my first venture into slicks and wings after years in saloons.

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Old 12-05-17, 20:52
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Great. Many thanks for the information and comments.
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Old 15-05-17, 20:12
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1998 in the paddock at Harewood,known then as Jolibre Mk2
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Old 15-05-17, 21:14
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Whoa! Brilliant! I was not expecting it to look like that.
That photo is excellent and solves the mystery of the v shaped marks on the engine cover and the rising wedge shape. Looks like you were well tucked into it with those high sides.
Many thanks.
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Old 16-05-17, 09:11
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I like the Geoff Friswell nose on the Jolibre--what happened to that?
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Old 16-05-17, 16:55
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The pointey bit on the engine cover? I don't know, the engine cover has the marks of where it was fitted but was replaced with the curved section I have retained after removing the top portion.
If you mean the mallock shovel then that's still on.
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Old 03-09-17, 21:41
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Oh no it isn't! (The nose that is). Best let Sam explain........
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