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  • Birthday 12/01/1952

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    Life isn't measured by the number of breaths we take, it's measured by the moments that take our breath away

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  1. Hi SpitFireSIX The main TR Register website is still separate to the arrangements for forum logging in, with separate details for user names and passwords, could this be the issue? Ian
  2. Thanks Tony, spot on (as usual). Long may Badfrog (and many other positive forum contributors over many years) "live on"........... Ian
  3. How about Club Triumph RBRR 2020, the ultimate tour of Britain..........but be quick, places may already be oversubscribed Ian
  4. Crikey a resurrected thread from 2010 with several contributions from Badfrog, he (and others) live on...............................at least on this forum! Ian
  5. This is Conrad Hunt (openroad on our forum) - lovely chap and great to deal with! Ian
  6. Hi John, yes - check out ebay item number 254321895911. Contact the seller and he will sort out what you want Cheers Ian
  7. Roger, the answer is yes to the gaskets, they will be offered along with "new" chrome surrounds, of which there is a very limited number that the SDF have acquired. I cant say exactly when, but its very much in progress Cheers Ian
  8. and what sort of ally cover you want - an SAH cover will set you back a fortune, a Triumphtune less of a fortune (if you can find one), and alloy others types (polished or black) are available new from the regular suppliers. Rechroming - it's a matter of personal taste.
  9. + another for the everco valve (The cable with the blue wrap is a secondary bonnet release)
  10. Terrific Registration number suits the car! Ian
  11. The hub cap pips look too short for early TR6 rims with the rostyle covers, but maybe they have been shortened or replaced for the 3/3A/4/4A hubcaps, otherwise it looks like an early TR6 rim to me, they only had 12 holes, and slots around the inner rim. Look on the inside and it should be stamped Sankey......51/2JX15H Ian
  12. I only met Derek a couple of times on the Club Triumph RBRR runs, a great loss to the Triumph community. RIP Derek Condolences to the family Ian
  13. Peter - Sadly the archives appear to have been left unattended for many years and don't seem to appear on the current radar of things for the MT to address, but I hope I am wrong. Maybe Mick Forey will be along to update all of us? After Bill P "retired" his archive services a team was established to record and digitise the contents. Sadly one of the team of archivists, John Saunders passed away, and the other two volunteer members were neither supported nor encouraged under a previous Technical Director, and they both gave up. Hopefully this task has been resurrected by the current MT, although the archives are more that of the TR Register than that of Standard Triumph. Somewhere in Didcot is a comprehensive list of the contents of the archive room so it may still be there....I compiled it and wrote a strategy for managing the contents of the archive room. There were a whole variety of formats that information was stored in, including acetate film, VHS videos, old photographs..... Ian
  14. cvtrian

    Windsceen

    and from memory, TR Enterprises offer a heated front screen (if they are still available) Ian
  15. I saw this car at Racetorations a few years back, it was in the queue for restoring. Ian
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