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Sad :(

 

 

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I like this one of Annie Soisbault with VHP and her own TR3 just sneaking into the shot. 
 

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12 hours ago, Hamish said:

Sad :(

 

 

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At least its still on DVLA though.

Stuart.

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Our TR4A at Salem, Oregon in August 2018, our 40th Wedding anniversary.

Graeme

 

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After the New Year run . Cornwall . January '20

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Deggers

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Great pic deggers

is it me or are your rear wheels well into the arches ?

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That'll be the boot load of spares H :)

Those Excelsior cross plys are certainly taller and fuller in the arches than their modern radial counterparts - but yup, admittedly it is a touch on the low side. Time for a new pair of leafs perhaps. 

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8 hours ago, Deggers said:

That'll be the boot load of spares H :)

Those Excelsior cross plys are certainly taller and fuller in the arches than their modern radial counterparts - but yup, admittedly it is a touch on the low side. Time for a new pair of leafs perhaps. 

Ah full boots that’ll be it with taller tyres. You shouldn’t worry. It really looks the part. 

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On 1/7/2020 at 7:39 AM, Hamish said:

It really looks the part. 

Cheers H. Spares or no spares, it certainly hunkers down nicely and plants itself to the road through the bendy bits.

 

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Hello All

                 Not a TR but still a Triumph!

Somewhere in the Pyrenees

Roger and the Memsahib

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59 minutes ago, iain said:

Early one morning nearIng the Camargue.

 

Getting close to a Rolls-Royce

could be anywhere 

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Here's TuRK's at a year old with owner Dudley Ings taken at Chester Terrace Mews, London in 1959. Dudley owned TuRK until 1967 and then sold it to my dear departed friend Fred Johnson who gifted TuRK to me in 2003.

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First owner of OGB 800 Heather Fleming with Eric Dymock navigating in 1955 (picture courtesy of Eric)

 

Phil

 

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