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TR2/3/3A 1958 TR3 Project

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Well as my first post I will introduce my new project. I acquired the car from my uncle, who passed it along to me for a great price and a TR6 project that my father had. I haven't pulled the heritage cert yet but it appears to be a mid 1958 in white (TS 33097). My family wants to play along so this will end up being my build thread. I picked up the car in AZ and towed it back to Mammoth after Thanksgiving. I left it on the trailer when I got home and I woke up to it covered in snow so all the bare metal rusted. The car is solid overall with minimal rust other than the floorboards that were replaced...poorly. A previous owner also installed a GT6 engine and trans...poorly. So this car will need some attention just to make it right again. My uncle thankfully pulled the engine out before I picked it so I don't have to deal with that. The apron was viciously assaulted during the "conversion". There is some creative bodywork I assume was done to clear the radiator. They also scabbed on some scrap metal mounting brackets for a radiator to the inner fenders. The cross tube was deleted and so the towers have collapsed a bit. So there will be need for some frame work. The hood has plinths, so that's wrong. Its missing more and more parts every time I look at it. So there may be more bad news than good at this time but that's fine, I like projects. This is my first TR but I am not new to these cars we have had a TR3 in the family since I was born and my brother is currently restoring the same car we were taken to day care in nearly 40 years ago. The plan for now is to cobble together a complete car, register it, then make it run/drive.

Here are some shots from when I got it.

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I am going to start with the floor boards, if you can call them that. They were attached with more seam sealer than weld.

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It may actually be liquid nails.

I managed to cut most of one out. I think I can save the flanges and fix the rear floor panel. I was happy to see the condition of the frame and rockers.

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Looks like a great project. Most of your photos are not working for me though...ill be following along.

Cheers
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Geo Hahn

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Thanks for taking this on - hopefully you will find this forum not only a source of info but also motivation as you bring it back to life.

If you have the name of the Arizona owner who did all that I will see if I can have him suitably charged for molesting a TR3.
 
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Okay I will mess around with photos tonight. They are all links to another site so storage shouldn't be an issue. There may be some permission issues though...
Will look into a membership upgrade as well
 

TR4nut

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And if you don't mind post pics of that engine bay! I'm curious to see the gt6 engine fit!

ps welcome to the forum!
 

Geo Hahn

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...There may be some permission issues though...

I think there may be a limit on photos until you have a few more posts - not personal, just a way to limit spammers who sometimes crash the party.

I can see them now, possibly our moderator (the man behind the curtain) lent a hand there.
 

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Good project! The PO really wanted that radiator anchored down. Look forward to following along.
 

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My car is TS33077L; there is a good chance that mine and yours were made on the same day. The first photo was taken when I first started tearing it down ... it was not quite as good as the one you have. The second is what it looks like now. I am not a mechanic but I learned a lot during the journey. If I can do it, you can do it. Keep posting pictures of your progress, I am keenly interested in watching you bring it back. I took a lot of pix along the way so if you need any reference photos during your work, tell me what you want to see and I'll try to send them to you.


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Buy your floors from Moss or Rimmer, the TRF floors are not very good. Buy your inner rockers from TRF if you need them, they have ones that actually fit.
 
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Here are some crime scene photos of the apron hatchet job...what the perpetrator lacked in skill he made up by using the wrong tool.
Other than the obvious its in decent shape. If I can find good details on the contours to make a patch, or an apron that a can cut a patch out of I think I can save it.

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Oh... the Horror!

That area of the apron is usually still in pretty fair shape even on examples that are really beat up &/or rusty so perhaps a donor that could provide a patch is a reasonable solution.
 

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Wow. But it satisfies my curiosity on how a Gt6 engine can be made to fit!
 

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Strange how so many people want to replace the TR engine. Several people have asked if I am going to put a small block Chevy motor in my TR and auto transmission. I tell them that the TR tractor engine works great.

Good luck with your project. You will get lots of help and advice here.

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I think the engine swaps may be less an issue with the original motor but more of a drive to wrench and turn the car into a personal creation. Having built a Spit6 many moons ago I just thought it was a cool thing to do. Most times those swaps are less than successful but once in a while a nicely executed swap creates a pretty cool car.
 
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JodyFKerr Craigslist: 1958 BN4 Austin Healey 0
B 1958 Alpine Cup - vintage racing video Spridgets 4
M Redoing dash question for 1958 Sprite Spridgets 37
B TR2/3/3A 1958 TR3A front body attachment help needed Triumph 7
ronzet 1958 100-6 Seats Austin Healey 25
Brooklands 1958 Peerless GT Triumph 2
ronzet New Seat Backs 1958 100-6 BN4 Austin Healey 8
BugEyeBear 1958 BugEye 1st Road Test Vintage BMC Video Spridgets 0
sim tranny 1958 sell or scrap Spridgets 1
S 1958 Jaguar MkI Jaguar 20
sim Pulling or lifting ? on engine and tranny 1958 Spridgets 16
sim 1958 sprite crank pully problem Spridgets 10
Tullamore MGB MGB 1958 Ferrari Kit Car MG 13

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