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    Post-War Other Re: Triumph roadster 2000

    Yes Geo it's certainly surprising but I think I shall be alone to drive it
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    Post-War Other Re: Triumph roadster 2000

    Yes TomMull, I heard about that. And I Wonder how much are still "alive"
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    Post-War Other Re: Triumph roadster 2000

    Thank you, may be I keep it LHD
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    Post-War Other Re: Triumph roadster 2000

    Thank you,
    Utill now, I just see two LHD withgear cluster on the column, but I think it was made in the factory for US market.
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    Post-War Other Re: Triumph roadster 2000

    Thank you Popeye
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    Post-War Other Triumph roadster 2000

    Hello,
    I mean to buy a Triumph Roadster 2000 on which are some jobs to do. I should like to take this Opportunity to change it from RHD to LHD.
    Has somedody still do that, or do you know how to...
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    TR2/3/3A Re: TR3 BODY NUMBERS

    Hello,
    I have a TR3 of march 1957. His commission number is TS16434L and engine number t816722e.
    Do you know how I can find the body number EB... and the other number with 6 or 7 digits. The are...
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