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  1. New member from california. Bring back the herald

    I am pursuing the creation of a sixties Triumph Herald. Nearly unknown in the USA.. I had one here in the late 60s. Loved the car handling and packaging. Hated very poor British parts quality and design blunders..plus lousy service and support which killed off the at one time very popular British car market in the USA.
    My resurrected one will contain custom wiring and near total elimination of English electricals. ( hated Lucas..bad in 60s..bad now..My 60s Mercedes and VWs had quality ...
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  2. Madflyer

    Good morning all as a new member yesterday I found BCF quite good and as a long time TR owner, I still learn more each day and yesterday a great day for sure. I added my inputs to a number of post that I hope would help new TR owners. The reason I joined BCF was to tell about a wish I have had for many years. Adding a Backlight to my 1973 TR6. If you do not know what the heck is a backlight either did I, I called them Surry tops as seen on a few TR 4's. I live in Reno area of Nevada. My hard top ...
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  3. Just bought 1975 Triumph TR6 that has sat for last 25 years

    Hello I am a new member, I was directed to the form by a friend. I have recently purchased a TR6 that hasnít moved or started it the last 25 years. Everything under the hood held up nicely and doesnít seem to have any visual issues with wiring, I would like advice on what to change besides all the fluids on the car, any this I should grease, loosen up or any advice is appreciated, thanks you

    -Ale

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  4. Healey restoration

    Looking for someone to restore my A-H 3000. I believe there is a well-regarded shop in Paso Robles (or somewhere near there). Can someone give me the name, address, phone number?
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  5. 1956 TR3 carburetor problem

    The number 2 piston on my SU carburetor will not move up and down when engine is being accelerated. When the engine is not running the number 2 piston will not move all the way to the bottom when it is raised by hand. I have switched the piston, spring, and camber from position 1 to position 2 but I get the same results. Everything works fine on number 1 but number 2 does the same thing. I also cleaned all of the parts with carburetor cleaner.
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