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  1. Re: Pictures From the SCCA Runoffs Practice Today

    That Caddy looked fast...very cool.
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    Re: Does anyone recall...

    Yeah Doc, think as a kid this was ~the~ microscope...and yeah, that's the tile flooring in the family room. Gotta like because it's tough as can be, easy to maintain, and it keeps looking nice....
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    Re: Does anyone recall...

    Yeah, that was pretty much me.
    My first tool box was also a Handy Andy. Later it became the trunk tool box in my first car...1961 TR3.

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    Re: Does anyone recall...

    Still have these...though I haven't played with them in awhile.

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    Re: The GT Is On Bring a Trailer

    Really enjoyed following this auction. Thought your thoughtful answers to bidders/lookers questions gave confidence to those considering "going for it". Think (as they say) it was well sold, well...
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    TR4/4A » Re: Stromberg linkage question

    Here's how mine is. The long arm is attached to the short throttle rod (going to the carb). I think it's correct because it aligns the short rod just about straight up and down. But then again,...
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    General TR » Re: Wood rimmed steering wheels

    Here are a couple of things you might want to consider. When I first climbed into my TR4A, I couldn't help but notice that the installed 13" wheel by the previous owner narrowed my view of the tach...
  8. Thread: TRip report 2019

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    TR2/3/3A » Re: TRip report 2019

    Good story...Great trip. Nice!
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    General TR » 1966 12 Hours of Sebring

    Saw this photo of the four TR4A's prepped for Sebring on Kas Kastner's Facebook page. It took me back to that era when Triumph magazine advertisements proudly spoke of the TR4A's class win at...
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    Re: YouTube to the rescue again!

    Removing the bumper won't do it. The Z4 has an access panel in the wheelwell. Remove it and bulb replacement is really very easy.


    https://youtu.be/As0_b960Al4
  11. Thread: Finally almost

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    General TR » Re: Finally almost

    Looks terrific Dan...nice going! Post more photos if you get a chance (love seeing others garages).
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    General TR » Triumph Dealer Sign Nostalgia

    Haven't been to this spot in a good number of years, but a friend was down that way and took these two photos of this Triumph dealer sign that I know has been there since at least 1967 (at least I...
  13. Thread: Classic?

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    Re: Classic?

    The Classic Car Club of America comes close to your view as to the definition of a classic: "The Classic Car Club of America defines a Classic as a “Fine” or “Distinctive” automobile, American or...
  14. Thread: Snow blowers?

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    Re: Snow blowers?

    I also struggle with the snow pack at the street with my 5.5hp blower. Saw this "snow gate" and thought it was a pretty neat way to keep driveway entrances free.

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    TR4/4A » Re: question on TR 4 a chrome bonnet letters

    At 5' 7" and shrinking, I fit easily in both. Though the view is through the exact same windshield, you sit higher and more upright in the 4A which gives it the nod to which has the better view of...
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    TR4/4A » Re: question on TR 4 a chrome bonnet letters

    Think they're one of the best looking vehicles sans bumpers.
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    TR4/4A » Re: question on TR 4 a chrome bonnet letters

    Each letter has two fixing prongs. The prongs pass through holes in the hood. They're fastened with retaining clips.
    Some things on your 4A don't match...you've got a TR4 bumper, the grille has...
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    TR2/3/3A » Re: voltage regulators gap and oxidation

    I did what Keith did and got the electronic voltage regulator from Advanced Dynamo. It works great and looks like the original.
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    Re: Oil Filters and Oil Filters.

    Doing a search using the questions "are Fram filters junk?" and "are Fram filters bad" one finds folks on forums bad mouthing Fram's construction practices as far back as April of 2002 and continuing...
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    General TR » Re: Just saw this. RIP Charles.

    Sad news indeed. Rest in Peace Charles.
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    Make it so, Make it so,...Make it so

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=XQ_17Lk7k4w&fbclid=IwAR0qNppmb4dwR-zgVjHsyCYJmcQvDrW-MbpXdAN_8eaOFHmx8ppvkC1hf-8
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    GT6 » Re: GT6 Getting Some Recognition

    Well...that was neat. I too wanted one back in the day, but a TR4A caught my eye instead. Then in 1983, got lucky finding one. When driving by the Dodge dealer's used car lot, here sat this '68...
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    TR6 » Re: Timing adjustment

    An adjustment can be made there...but you'll want instructions. You've got a Crane XR700 ignition. Here's a link to its installation and adjustment:...
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    Re: Lionel Trains & Hubley Plane

    Just wanted to say I enjoyed watching your trains in action (and listening to your explanation describing them and the layout). Neat!
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    Re: Fast British Car for Sale

    Wow! What a story!


    https://youtu.be/fIF9ys-hJn0
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