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    Looking for new rear valance for my 4A

    Moss - no ETA, TRF- Inquire (which I did)

    any suggestions other than a used one are appreciated. Thanks.
    PeterK
    1958 TR3A 1966 TR4A both HVDA

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    Jedi Knight
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    Re: Looking for new rear valance for my 4A

    Have you tried KAS?

    David

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    Re: Looking for new rear valance for my 4A

    Also Radford Panel, UK:
    http://www.radfordpanel.com/tr4.htm
    1960 TR3A TS73117 (under restoration year 6, owned since 1964)
    1959 TR3A TS58023 (in case I never finish the one above)
    1969 Triumph Herald 13/60 (a whim)
    1973 Buick Apollo (was Dad's car)
    1992 BMW325IC (fun to drive)

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    Re: Looking for new rear valance for my 4A

    What about Rimmer brothers?

    Cheers
    Tush
    81 TR8, SATPL
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    60 TR3A TS69891LO, 60 TR3A TS64870L, 59 TR3A TS44836LO

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    Re: Looking for new rear valance for my 4A

    Well it seems that I found more than I ever expected. Vendors aside, a forum member PM'ed me with an offer for a Stanpart original rear valance, an offer that I couldn't refuse! Much better than I imagined - a part that will fit without too much effort or panel beating talent.

    THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU !!!!!!

    There is a future for my 4A. It was a project car when I purchased it in 1997. Never driven, not running, in boxes, all apart. My wife and I bought it for an autocross car but it was too good, just apart, and a crushed rear valance (!!). Cathy lost her battle in 2014 but she would be beaming with joy that things are moving again and Cora (named for all the corrugated boxes that it came in)will be back on the road sooner than later.

    I can't say thank you enough.
    PeterK
    1958 TR3A 1966 TR4A both HVDA

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