Well, first and foremost - Happy New Year again to you all!  What a year it's been and still I am in awe of those who can run a successful business, provide advice to their customers on the telephone, forum and Facebook!  I can't believe how much time it all takes and whilst I have had it in mind to update the website, I haven't actually managed to do anything until now, and it's still not as much as I wanted to do!

So, what have I been up to over the last 12 months?  I've resurrected several cars that had been off the road for a number of years, as well as improved others.  I have built wiring looms for standard cars, as well as a loom to run a fully programmable fuel injection system.   All of my wiring projects are designed to add to the existing loom rather than require cutting and chopping of wires.  The reasons for this are twofold - firstly for ease of installation, and secondly so that the kit can be removed if required and installed in another car. 

The most common issues I have had to deal with are sadly all too common - butchered wiring and sloppy gear change mechanism - both of which can be fixed, although the wiring does depend on the level of butchery! 

Pictures and details will follow at some point in the gallery section. 

Any, that's all for now - thanks very much for following this very patchy blog and please feel free to comment.

All the best


Thank you first and foremost to those of you who have made suggestions as to the content of this site.  I had no idea how much actual work is involved in actually starting a site up from scratch, and I certainly don't want to have to go through that again for a while!  Announcements have now been made on the various forums that I lurk on and links have been activated to those sites that have kindly given their permission. 

Interesting times indeed for me, and having taken the decision and the plunge, I can't wait to actually start.  I am going to be hitting the ground running with some recommissioning and servicing work before hopefully moving onto converting a very well known Monte to OMEX controlled fuel injection.  Keep an eye out in the gallery section for progress as it happens.

I think that's it now for a first blog, so I'll sign off by wishing all you Lancisti a very Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year!

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