View Full Version : Springtime to do's

03-20-2012, 11:03 AM
Get LBC out of hibernation, seat time, rubber on the road just added 10 action/sound video clips for a little motivation on my website including shots of over 100 TRs leaving photo opt VTR 2001 looking for my TR & counting total required replay.

See/Hear 'em
Clic on Link below, then Springtime's Here!


03-20-2012, 12:41 PM
Hey Julius...met you at Cle alum last year..great web site.

03-20-2012, 04:13 PM

Great videos. Thanks for sharing.


03-21-2012, 11:09 AM
Glad you liked. What TR were you sportin'? Along with the TR Only Parking the guided 230 mile tour with your model of TR to catered bbq @half way point, beer tents/hang-out spot set up for 2 days in middle of motel property, photo opt on field outside banquet hall, TRIUMPH cheer at end of banquet made for some unique TR Moments. In case you haven't seen them below find links on my website to video clips/pics from ATDI'11 you & yours should be in there.



03-21-2012, 11:23 AM
Appreciate your visit to my website which focuses on the Good Times of our passion for LBC. Website host limits file size hence the short clips, on my youtube channel you can view continuous 12 minutes version taken from hour long DVD. Though it loads faster both leave something to be desired with pic quality but on 47" or up impressive, by the way between looking & listening my count 128.
https://videosbyjulius.com then clic on Utube Channel link above TRIUMPH Tour pic. Title: Triumph how many do you count?

03-21-2012, 12:32 PM
Yes Julius..BRG TR3B picture 17 and 23 Im parked right beside you at the wash station. It was a fantastic trip..but I only made it to the BBQ..halfway..Lost a rear tranny seal and spent the rest of the day in the only auto shop open in that little town..I tore the seats and tunnel out..I had a spare seal..got it replaced and made it back 15 min. before the dinner.

03-22-2012, 11:13 AM
I tore the seats and tunnel out..I had a spare seal..got it replaced and made it back 15 min. before the dinner.

Gubba thanks for pic refresh of my memory you were in the running for the Uff Dah award. Inspite of the odds: Out of the country, half a state away from home, potential major catastrophe, in a small one horse town, you were able to Triumph over the issue. More proof IMHO Triumph is the most practical sports car built based on what they give (drivability) for what they require (cost) to keep on the road. Inpite of all the tags (tempermental/finicky) others attempt to attach to Triumph we know when it comes to the hammering of road use Triumph is 2nd to none, sure others may possess higher monetary value or have more hp but the ability to hold up to sustained driving Triumph Rules! Oh did I mention great automobile name/initial TRIUMPH/TR