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General Discussion / Re: NEWARK Kit car show REVIVED 2020
« Last post by Dixon Jones on January 06, 2020, 08:48:01 AM »
Great! :)

I have started a new venture with a guy in Nice,so there is a SMALL chance I will be out of the country, but now I know this far in advance, I can try and adapt.
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General Discussion / Re: The National Kit Car Motor Show Stoneleigh '20 and PCC AGM
« Last post by istreatf on January 03, 2020, 02:15:40 PM »
Booking confirmed.

The Pilgrim Car Club AGM will be held in the small conference room at the Stoneleigh Park conference centre on Sunday 3rd May at 2pm.
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General Discussion / The National Kit Car Motor Show Stoneleigh '20 and PCC AGM
« Last post by istreatf on January 03, 2020, 12:29:58 PM »
Dates for your new diary - Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd May2020.

Please note the new days and that this is NOT the early May bank holiday weekend.

I will be there late Saturday afternoon as we were already quadruple booked that weekend and we have to miss out on two of the four, the Fully Charged show at Farnborough and the Netherlands F1 GP (which I couldn't get tickets for anyway).

I will be booking our usual club stand and AGM, confirmation to follow.
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General Discussion / NEWARK Kit car show REVIVED 2020
« Last post by istreatf on January 03, 2020, 12:21:31 PM »
The Newark Kit car show is being revived for 2020. I can hear the cheers from here in London!!!

Saturday and Sunday July 25th and 26th are the dates, so if you were swift enough to get tickets for the London E GP then you can't come. I wasn't so I'll be there.
Free camping, live entertainment, kit car DRIVERS free, and I will be booking a club stand. We'll probably be taking our camper on the club stand, and with any luck we might see a half dozen cars?
Please let me know by reply to this post if you will be there or if you are thinking of going, and there may be a club barbecue on the cards.   
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General Discussion / Re: Dashboard Help
« Last post by istreatf on January 03, 2020, 12:13:41 PM »
Sorry for the long delay in replying - what Mk of Bulldog do you have? I have a template in my garage for the MK1 and 2.
Ian
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General Discussion / Re: Pilgrim Bulldog mk2 back on the road after 24 years!
« Last post by istreatf on January 03, 2020, 12:12:20 PM »
Lovely to see the pictures - so much like my Bulldog! It's a great tribute to Vic to get that car looking so good - congratulations, and sorry that it has been so long for me to reply to you.
I hope you enjoy the car as much as Vic did, and I do mine.
My car is SORN at the moment due to a load of family problems, and I expect to MOT the good Lady Ermintrude as early as I can this year.
Happy New Year to you James and thanks for the recognition!
Ian
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General Discussion / Re: Pilgrim Bulldog mk2 back on the road after 24 years!
« Last post by jarmezuk on December 30, 2019, 04:55:35 PM »
Thank you!

Now had SU Carb properly refurb'd for a very competitive price (su-carbs.co.uk - superb job) Accuspark Electronic ignition and a new Marina MK2 Steering rack (try finding one)

I hope (praying) thats it! I'll enjoy it for a few years then hand it over to my son

Hope everyone is enjoying their Christmas!

James.
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General Discussion / Re: Pilgrim Bulldog mk2 back on the road after 24 years!
« Last post by Delatorre on November 23, 2019, 02:41:50 PM »
What a heartwarming story! This bad boy's place is on the road!
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General Discussion / Dashboard Help
« Last post by savltd on October 26, 2019, 10:53:02 AM »
Hi,
can anyone tell me where I can get a template to make a new dashboard for my Bulldog please ?
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General Discussion / Pilgrim Bulldog mk2 back on the road after 24 years!
« Last post by jarmezuk on September 02, 2019, 02:10:11 PM »
Hi All,

After many hours of painstaking work my Marina based Bulldog Mk2 is finally back on the road! The car was initially built by a Mr Vic Searson and was on the road May 1987 - I bought it Feb 1991 and replaced alot of it over the 4 years I drove it for (Goldseal 1275cc A series engine, new clutch for starters, refub'd the SU carb). The car was then mothballed until 2017 and after alot of part time tinkering, new starter motor, disc brakes, pistons for drums, refub'd fuel tank, refub'd SU fuel pump, refurb'd Brake Master Cylinder (Mk2 type with servo = rarer than rocking horse droppings!), new cutch master cylinder, new exhaust & various electrical fixes - she's back! Passed her MOT Friday just gone!

Huge thanks to a certain Mr Streatfield for plenty of advice - thanks Ian really appreciated.

Hope you all like the photos......

Thanks,

James (Surrey)
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