Great work Dad! Your website is looking good!
Great site Philip but my name is NOT RODNEY but Roderick, please update...Photos are excellent. Need dates though for the family tree. It helps in years to come, I found that out...
Your probe 16 video made me cry with happyness, wonderful!I fell in love with this car on Sunday 8th Feb 1970 in Glasgow along with my father and have been trying to find it for 40 years now.If you ever want to sell her please please let me know I will pay anything to have her and bring her home in memory of my father and to look after for ever. I want to forward you an email i sent to the imp site explaining the full story of why. Can you send me an email adresse so i can send it, thank you im so happy shes still alive and looking good!
Really enjoyed article in the Citizen this morning, which brought me to your site here. I have many fond memories of your 'cars' in the Gandalf lot, and of course the trek to Almonte to get my '64 Barracuda' for auction which didn't quite sell. Cheers to you - you look fantastic and happy.
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Hi there. I was wondering if you still had the 1995 jaguar xjr. If not I believe that I am the current owner of the vehicle. Was looking at the photos and it looks exactly the same.
Hey Philip, Georges Grandson here just wondering how things are? Be nice to keep in some kinda contact.
Good to hear from you. I trust all is well.
I have fond memories of visiting your grandparents in Vancouver.
How is your mom? and your grandma aunt Val?
Are you still living in Vancouver? married? children?
Hi Phillip, I too love Probe 16s. I grew up near the Marcos factory in Wiltshire so feel a special connection to them. Just wondering if you know of anybody doing anything with the moulds or even selling one?
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my grandparent came from Majdel Balhis, he came with his family to Mexico around the 1930, his name was Checker Karam Ayoub, there's a lot of family in Mexico and will like to make contact with Karam-Ayoub family, specially if we can contact family from his brothers and sisters if possible, let us know if you can help us make contact
I do believe we are related. My grandfather, Ibraham Makhool Karam came to Michigan originally. After working to save to bring his family over, America closed the borders. He had a choice to bring them to Mexico or to Canada. He chose Canada.in1926.
Prior to that his eldest daughter Almaza, married Iskander Ayoub and they migrated to Mexico. They raised four children . Sarah, Salim, Lila and Mickael.
Around 1946,my father brought Sarah to Canada to work at our store.
As things were tough in Mexico at the time, my father and my grandfather drove down to Mexico to bring the whole family back with them to Canada to settle in Ottawa.
If I can recall, Iskander's brother and his family came to Canada as a visit in about 1954..