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New 1963 TR4 owner

modmaven

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Hello! I have a '63 TR4 and absolutely love driving it. It does have some issues and I look forward to learning more about the inner workings so my husband and I can make sure it's running the way it should and preserve my "toy" :smile:

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Wow, that's lovely! How did you came to own a TR4?
Welcome to BCF at any rate and do be sure to pop into our Triumph forum where all your questions may be answered (occasionally with correct answers LOL) . Also, would love to see some more pictures from other vantage points.
 
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We have a mechanic friend who works on classics and antiques.. he and his business partner had acquired the TR4 a couple of years ago. I think they were ready to hand it over to someone else and stop sinking their own funds into it, make room for other projects, etc. I saw it back in December and thought it was so pretty. I had always wanted an MGB but this opportunity just seemed to fall into my lap! I went back and forth for awhile and decided it was meant to be, so I took the plunge. I'll take more pics next time I get it out! In the meantime here is our cocker spaniel Scooter looking cool in it (before he jumped out).

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Little British cars do take some TLC but they are about as much fun as you can have legally!
 
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