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  • Birthday 10/05/1959

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  1. Interior is red as original, the car is pictured in one of Bill Piggots book “Triumph TR”, shown on the Introduction page “XPJ 6” Our body guru Stuart has pointed out that the inner wing cut outs for the sidelights are missing, this will be corrected, many thanks Stuart, and for the photograph. Les must have been rebuilding his garage! Phil
  2. I’ve just learn’t from the Shropshire Group that sadly Les didn’t win his fight against the big “C”, I’d like to think he would have approved. Phil
  3. Thanks Stuart, yes it’s a nice colour, just have to finish it now! Phil
  4. Pearl white TR2.

    Is the photo on the forum the TR2 you have just painted in pearl white?  If so how will you fit a front apron with indicator/sidelamps?  You need depressions or holes in the inner front wings

    Peter W

  5. Hi In answer to my question regarding TR2 Pearl White here are a couple photos of the painted shell, in Pearl White. As Stuart pointed out the colour has that beige tint, however under natural daylight is more White - if that makes sense. The car was purchased as a project from a TR member Les Woodall, Les was unwell at the time and couldn’t see the possibility of completing it. Regards Phil
  6. Apparently the author of these posts is our newest member! Stuart I agree the lot should be removed and the newest member Phil
  7. Thanks all for the input, I have had lengthy chats with Tom and James at TRE , it’s been a learning curve and I wanted as many opinions as possible. At some point I will need to make a decision Phil
  8. Im looking at the engine rebuild on my TR2. My car doesn’t have the original engine but a replacement engine near to the original engine number. The car would have had a low Port Head however I do have a High Port Head which hopefully is serviceable, waiting to hear what the refurb cost if possible will be. The low Port will also need some work. Question is how much better is the High Port head? I’m think of a piper yellow cam which I’m told should improve the torque. Phil
  9. Tom No paint available I bought the car as a project in primer. I think we shall have to do a few samples first Stuart Thanks, thought it was more off white than bright white regards Phil
  10. Hi Getting to the point of confirming the paint colour for my TR2 restoration. XPJ 6 is a RHD TR2, build date 2 July 1955, colour as Heritage Certificate is Pearl White Looking at the Triumph Paint codes Pearl White is code 14, should it be an off white, not bright white? Are there any other paint codes for this colour? Phil
  11. All Lakers Enjoyed the weekend, nice relaxed and informal, sorry we couldn’t do the Sunday run! Anyway we called in at Tr Bitz on the way home and enjoyed a chat and look round at their “open day” Phil
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    CF TR6

    Thanks Neil I've tried several places for the chrome /part black bezels, seems like paint them yourself is the answer. I’ll give it a go on the old bezels, “practice makes perfect “ Phil
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