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  1. Tony, Am still trying to get a reply posted...where are you located (or where is top?) Thanks, Paul
  2. Where are you located? Paul

    1. Tonyloz

      Tonyloz

      Hi

      The hardtop is located in the NE of england....middlesbrough is the nesrest big town

      Tony

  3. Do you have a pic? Thanks, Paul
  4. Thanks. I used the bolt on version from Moss. Paul
  5. Iain, it’s too late for me but which r&p system doesn’t increase the turning radius? Thanks, Paul
  6. Richard didn’t mention and there is usually a nut loose behind the wheel.
  7. Am not sure about vibration, but I think everything on my 3A was put together (by me) correctly but fluid has always “misted” out of the pin hole on the lid of the reservoir. Not a lot, just enough to ruin every bit of paint it touches. The attached photo is of the reservoir lid from the TR3 (I polished and painted it) I’m now working on. Not only does it look cool, when I get things together I’m hoping it will eliminate the reservoir “mist”. Paul
  8. I know, I’ve got two. I give rides at various charity events, free, no taxi meter.
  9. Tony, I can’t believe you took my comment seriously.
  10. “Original Rob Slotermaker/Triumph Competition SpeedPilot and Halda”...I’m disappointed I thought it was a taxi meter.
  11. Ian, Winchester blue is what I was hoping for. Thats what mine was originally and will be again one day. Here is another example of my getting the cart before the horse.
  12. Ian, I keep myself enthused by finishing stuff before it’s necessary. I have two beautiful SU carbs with manifold and linkage all finished and screwed to my work bench and it could be two or three years before I need them (by then I might have to re-do some cork washers but I’ll worry about that then) but they’re nice to look at so I rebuilt them. Motor sitting in pieces though. At the stage your car is I’d strap in the fuel tank, with hose, cap, sender, etc. I’d wire rear lights and run the wiring harness in to the tub and leave it there til later. Then put in the hardboard wall that hides the tank and then the carpet. Then put on the hinges and handle and that rod that holds the lid up. When finished It’s a nice place to put stuff too, if you have a messy garage like I do.
  13. Ian, What colour is that? Nice.
  14. Don H, from the rust, the putty and the blue (Winchester blue?) inside of the trunk, I think I bought that car two years ago....a ‘57. I didn’t get all the headlight rims though. Paul
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