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dwallpdrsn
02-24-2001, 07:59 PM
I'm new and posting for the 1st time here. I have 3 TR3A's in various states of repair (translate that as rust... not running) and just thinking about serious restoration. Where to start and what to do myself are the current questions. Yes I drove two of these cars (the third is only parts), and owned the first since I was, well for 30 yrs. I'm OLD but the car still seems young to me!!! Anyway ..HELLO out there and I'll try to get acquainted with as many as I can.

Direction man
03-11-2001, 02:20 PM
i would start with a cataloge from moss motors and the roadster factory.
i have dealt with moss & they were very helpful when i needed advice as to what i needed.
hope this helps

dwallpdrsn
03-18-2001, 09:32 PM
Thanks D-man I'll follow up. I just received my catalog from www.victoriabritish.com (https://www.victoriabritish.com) and hope to compare prices with Moss & Roadster Factory. Anyone like to commment on quality, reliability, or warranty?

Basil
03-19-2001, 01:06 AM
Originally posted by dwallpdrsn:
Thanks D-man I'll follow up. I just received my catalog from www.victoriabritish.com (https://www.victoriabritish.com) and hope to compare prices with Moss & Roadster Factory. Anyone like to commment on quality, reliability, or warranty?

I used Moss alot back when I was restoring a 1954 XK120. I found there selection and quality very good, but a bit pricy. I have also used Victoria British for my Spitfire, which I still have. Again, the quality is usually very good, but a bit pricy, although they do have sales often. Another place to look for reasonable prices is British Parts NorthWest in Oregon.