In your review of the new Jaguar V12, I am so glad you mention that the timing chain tensioner blade is made of Polypenco Nylatron GS molybdenum disulphide-filled nylon. Without this, my purchase of one of these cars would have been seriously affected.
Browsing through the advertisements of cars for sale, I counted 16 different shades of Blue, 13 Green, nine Red, four Grey, five White, eight Yellow, and 23 assorted stupendously descriptive colours.
By the way what are Saluki Bronze and Sand over Sable?
What a load of rubbish it all is.
[I agree. Our printers probably think so, too, having twice ignored my correction of the Jaguar V12’s crankshaft from “Tuft rided” to Tuffrided forged steel.—Ed.]