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I’m still alive – and writing – !

July 29, 2013

 

Delighted that we managed against all odds to arrive at the Imp 50 gathering in Coventry in May. seems like a distant memory for me now! But a special albeit distant memory indeed.

So while I have not been tackling monster travel challenges of late I have nonetheless been a busy boy. i have made an honest start at capturing our adventure in a book and it seems that the Imp charge through Africa, Asia and Europe would work out a lot quicker than recording our travels in book form.

We have also been presenting interesting slide and video presentations of our great trek and at the same time raising some well needed funding for our chosen charity here in Johannesburg. If there is a group or company that would like to see our presentation just let us know and we will see how we could fit it in. 

the JoLon Imp is still in England and I am delighted to see that it is included as an entrant to the Classic Car of the Year in the UK and soon we will find out if it will be selected as one of the 30 finalists for the big event in November Classic Motor Show. Wish me good luck here!

Silverstone exceptional engineering

Presently another Imp is making it’s way halfway across the World to celebrate the car’s 50th birthday. David Pilbeam of Australia is presently in Ireland and will next week take the car up to Scotland to meet many other Impers in Perth for the Imp 50 National! so between the tow Imps a total of nearly 30, 000 kilometers supports a strong case of superior reliability for the great little gem of a car. follow his blog on ; http://pilbeamimp.blogspot.com

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One comment

  1. TT – good to see you have not stopped writting. A great presentation you and Geoff shared with us a couple of weeks back at the Sunday braai. Well worth those of you who can attend, to hear first hand and appreciate the magnitude of what the G&T and JoLon IMP achieved. Once again Well Done to you both !!! Ant!



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