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  1. ■ Start here. For the most recent posts, scroll down to end. 20 May 2020 I have just added the latest research to this thread, which has been an ongoing experiment. What follows conveys the original story, pieced together as it develops, including my conjectures, often contradicted by the facts, established at a later date. Starting from an initial, vital, clue, provided by a Register member, Meason who wrote to me in response to my quest for information about this TR3, KST 277. If it reads like a diary, it's because it is a diary, a blow-by-blow account of the bre
  2. Period articles are bursting with enthusiasm and are written with gusto. And rightly so... Four years later... ■ A TR2 caught on camera in sharp focus whizzing past the Prince of Wales hotel. Notice the driving lights distinctly facing the other way. ■ [Caption reads: ] Hood up. Like many owners of sports cars, C.M. Seward keeps his hood erected in the winter, even on the observed sections of the Exeter Trial. The car is a Triumph TR2.
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