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  1. That’s a beauty Billy! And thanks for the documentation. Regards paul
  2. Thanks Stuart - Well that’s a real eye opener! I’ll keep looking. Paul
  3. Thanks Stuart. The car is on eBay, it’s the red and white one. It just appears significantly cheaper than a similar UK car would be, and I wondered why. Regards Paul
  4. Hi I am looking at TR3A for sale that started its life as a complete knocked down kit in Durban South Africa in 1958. It is now UK registered. Apart from slightly different trim and a SA-specific paint job, it looks very sound. Are there any mechanical downsides to buying a car which started life as a Kit? Anything to look out for? thanks Paul C
  5. Thanks Ian - I am in touch with Mike Ellis.
  6. Hi all, I am new to the TR Register, and am looking for a car from my youth (I have posted a similar post in Cars Reunited). When I was a lad (in the 60s) my uncle had a red TR which I used to ride in - I always thought it was a TR3A, but may have been a TR3 with 3A parts. His name was Conrad Clark and he lived in Marple in Cheshire. I guess he sold it in the 70s or 80s. He died some years ago and the only identification we have left is a cousin who remembers its registration letters were "ERA". No photos unfortunately. I am just reaching retirement age myself and I am
  7. PXC

    TR3 798 ERA

    Hi Ken, I may be looking for this same car! Could you see my post of a few minutes ago, entitled "Searching for 1960s red TR3...." in Cars Reunited. Regards, Paul (PXC)
  8. Hi everyone, When I was a lad (in the 60s) my uncle had a red TR which I used to ride in - I always thought it was a TR3A, but may have been a TR3 with 3A parts. His name was Conrad Clark and he lived in Cheshire. I remember him clocking 100mph with two adults in the front, and me and my cousin wedged in the back "seat" up what was then the East Lancs Road northbound (now the M60/61/6), no roof on and no seat belts that I remember. Those were the days ;-) I guess he sold it in the 70s or 80s. He died some years ago and the only identification we have left is a cousin who remembers it
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