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  1. #1
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    Pilgrim Motorsports

    Hello,
    It's been a while but I'm back! Just had a look at Pilgrims new website, smart init?

    http://www.pilgrim-motorsports.co.uk/

    Looks very professional

    About time I headed out back to the garage...

    Regards,

    Karl

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    It does look good!
    This forum has a high proportion of people that lack basic manners.

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    looks good, good luck to to 'em!
    Crendon Chassis No.49
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    Great looking website. Probably the best UK cobra replica manufacturer's website I reckon.

    Factory built cars for £33k with a Rover V8, could be a nice option for people wanting to buy.

    As above, good luck to them
    Lloyd B
    Current: Crendon #54 in build - 427 Side Oiler/Cobrajet Heads/Dual 600cfm Holleys/4 speed toploader/Vintage cast knock on wheels
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    Maybe it's just me but this new website takes forever to load. Anyone else have this issue ?

    Otherwise, I am delighted to see this business grow and continue to support us Sumo owners.

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    No problems here, I just loaded it up, haven't looked for a while and I must say the site is looking very tidy now.

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    Got to agree, brilliant website, fantastic vision and I wish them all the best. A real credit to the industry.
    Stu
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    Excellent job I'm pleased to see pilgrim on the up. That s quite a parts catalogue now

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    I especially lliked the fact that they have removed over 70 tons if detritus from the factory, I wonder how much of that was soil?

    Actually a very nice website and easy to navigate but I couldn't find a mention of the BMW donor version. The Sierra and Granada donors must be like rocking horse do da at the moment with most of the potential donors either gone or being restored/ conserved themselves so it would be good to see them offerring a more modern and readily available donor route, even at the expense of an increased price for the kit.

    Cheers,

    Tony
    Supply by blagging, engineering by bodge......

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyD View Post
    . . . . . . so it would be good to see them offerring a more modern and readily available donor route, even at the expense of an increased price for the kit. . . .


    Agree with all the above comments, great to see the phoenix arise. How about a Lexus donor????

    Regards,
    Ian
    Pilgrim Sumo Mk3; IVA Apr. 2014; RV8 3.9 EFi ; Cosworth T5; Granada Donor
    Phase Two underway - Conversion to Japanese

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