Elan Review in Octane Mag

Electronic and hardcopy, manuals, articles, books etc.

Moderators: theelanman, dapinky, Specky, Dave Eds, DaveT, Elanlover, Nige, muley, Enright, Sy V, algirdas, nitroman, clemo, GeoffSmith

Elan Review in Octane Mag

Postby simonbuk » Thu 14.06.2018, 10:13

Anybody else seen this review - in Octane magazine a couple of months ago apparantly.
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.
Simon - Black S2. Simonthesailor

"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did. So buy an Elan" - Mark Twain.
User avatar
Posts: 1236
Joined: Sun 13.03.2016, 12:50
Location: Orpington, Kent, sometimes Worthing, West Sussex, currently East Anglian Rivers.......

Re: Elan Review in Octane Mag

Postby Rambo » Thu 14.06.2018, 20:13

Saw it at a Club Lotus night.. Galvanised backbone ? Really ?

Octane did a rather better review a few years ago of Alan Head's lovely cranberry S2. It was formerly M100 2's (John) car and in exceptionally fine condition, despite a highish mileage >100k. The car is now owned by a bit if a saddo that keeps it under cover in a garage. What a pity. At least Alan, and John, enjoyed driving it despite both having OCPD (Obsessive Compulsive Polishing Disorder) :lol:
Don't push me
Posts: 8016
Joined: Wed 24.12.2003, 00:37
Location: Border Reiver territory

Re: Elan Review in Octane Mag

Postby Scott J » Tue 19.06.2018, 17:29

Alan Heads car lives 6 miles from never and I have never once seen it out and about .
Some people beat Rambo from A to B.
User avatar
Scott J
The prodigal son
Posts: 2242
Joined: Mon 15.12.2003, 17:47
Location: Westerton, Glasgow

Re: Elan Review in Octane Mag

Postby Superscor5 » Tue 23.06.2020, 12:01

That cranberry elan left Glasgow in, I think it was 2016, so I guess that is why you have never seen it out and about.
Posts: 7
Joined: Wed 21.01.2015, 18:25

Return to Literature

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest