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    Re: July 4, 1776!

    I totally understand - though that pretty much describes any 'historic' movie or TV show

    And of course the Science Channel and the History

    JPSmit Today, 08:51 AM Go to last post

    Re: Name this part - I am stumped!

    Well, since it's been 12 years since the restoration, it's unlikely that the part is critical. Maybe it's not from your Healey... maybe it's part of some

    nevets Today, 08:07 AM Go to last post

    Re: Need help identifying these parts

    MGA top frame.

    bob67bgt Today, 07:32 AM Go to last post

    Re: Propane Morgans

    Some basic info here, including conversion:


    Looks like you need a bigger tank

    NutmegCT Today, 07:17 AM Go to last post

    Re: Need help identifying these parts

    Not sure what the top is from, but not MGB. And as Madflyer says, scale is everything with the valve cover. MGB is 15" end-to-end,

    DrEntropy Today, 06:30 AM Go to last post
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    As a new member and long time TR owner of a few TR's. I fine the same topics come up time and time again. Here are three I like best; What tire is best and where do I get them and what do they cost....

    Madflyer Yesterday 10:27 AM

    Adding AC to BN7 Healey

    Hi,recently visited a well regarded restoration shop and saw the install of AC system on an MGB. The installer had ordered a dual Compressor pulley, and the original v belt now drove waterpump, Fan...

    Factoryman2000 07-05-2020 04:17 PM

    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...

    commonground 07-05-2020 02:11 PM


    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...

    Madflyer 07-05-2020 12:13 PM

    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...

    Ale 07-03-2020 07:35 PM
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