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About AJ2014

  • Birthday 04/12/1968

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  • Location
    Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire
  • Cars Owned:
    TR2 1955

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  1. Hi Mark, Thanks for your reply. I do follow you on Instagram and I’ve seen a lot of the great examples of TR’s etc you buy and sell. I will certainly bear you in mind when I’m looking for my next TR. We have met previously when I bought a TR3 overdrive gearbox from you off the forum and collected it from your home. A pleasure to deal with. Cheers Ade
  2. Chris For reference. Practical Classics Price Guide Sept 2021…… Cheers Ade Practical Classics Price List - September 2021.pdf
  3. Out of interest is there anyone in the register who can provide a used car inspection service (with report) for buyers of TR’s? It’s certainly a minefield out there! Ade
  4. Hi Peter, Thanks for the photo, very much appreciated. I’ll get them welded up Regards Ade
  5. Hi Stuart, I knew you’d know the answer, thank you. I wouldn’t have worked out the large hole until the wings were going back on, so glad that hasn’t been welded up lol I have no idea what the RHS holes were for either tbh, they look well made and slotted for adjustment, very factory like…?? The car had a large square shaped plate which was screwed with self tapping screws to cover the speaker aperture on the inside of the car. Was this the standard factory practice for cars built without the speaker? It looked original? See pic below before blasting and welding work. Cheer
  6. Hi All, I have a couple of queries regarding my TR2 body tub which has been restored and is now sat in primer. I think there are a couple of ‘man made holes’ which perhaps need welding up but I’d like a second opinion please… I've attached a couple of photos Pic 1 - Large hole in LHS just above the temporary body bracing. Pic 2 - 2 x Slotted holes just to the right of the loudspeaker aperture on RHS. Any help gratefully received Cheers Ade
  7. Thanks for your reply Stuart. Sadly, Moss only sell the TR3a seat frame and not the Tr2/3 seat frame (NCA). Approx £500 a pair delivered. (Photo is just for info to show the difference and NOT my seat frames) Cheers Adrian
  8. This is one, but it's in Australia DOH! http://www.kas-kilmartin.com.au/KAS Triumph parts description.htm Looking for UK supplier ideally?
  9. Hi, I already have 2 Off Original TR2 seat frames. Does anyone know if a seat frame repair panel is available for original TR2 fixed back seats? I am sure I saw some being sold not too long ago? It's basically the base I'm after, as usual its rotted out and cracked in multiple places. Kind regards Ade
  10. Phil I had the same issue a couple of years back with UK supplied rear closing panels for my TR2 all having their edges folded in the wrong direction. If you complain you usually get told nobody has ever complained about them before.. Kind regards Ade
  11. Ralph I have reposted my photo above with a .jpg so it should hopefully open now. What i have quoted is straight from the book Cheers Ade
  12. Graham According to Bill P's Book....see attached photo. Your replacement tub fits into the Sixth Group, so it's a May '58 to Jan '59 TR3a (Pre TS60000) shell. (Assuming that is the shells original tag) Cheers Ade June 1958 - Pre-drilled bolt mountings in scuttle top for fixing aero screens deleted. October 59 - All timber previously used in the body construction deleted
  13. Roy, There are a few posts about TR2/3 fuel tank differences on the forum; the photo below is extracted from one of them. The tank which says 'Original Tank' is for the TR2, the other tank is for a later sidescreen car with the optional rear seat (hence the shorter slope and slight rake for the rear seat backrest Hope this helps Cheers Ade
  14. Roy These are TR2 tank straps...They look exactly like your 'C' straps. I think the hole you see is maybe for an earth connection for the fuel gauge sender unit? Regards Ade
  15. Try David Ferry, forum member? Regards Ade
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