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69 GT6+ Restoration Journey

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69 GT6+ Restoration Journey

Paul Stopp   CAN — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Sunday October 9, 2016 12:16 PM


69 Triumph GT 6 as purchased Mar 2009

69 Triumph GT 6 (as purchased Mar. 2009)

P1000551

P1000551




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2016-10-31 22:01:51 # 38184
Comment by Wes Brown
please contact me, your comment on the t5 transmission to spitfire, help, i need more information. it seems were basically doing the same type. I'm placing a 93 chevy 2.8 with a t5 in a 80 spitfire. a lot of mods done, let compare notes at spitfireoptions@yahoo.com

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Update 15 Oct 2016

Paul Stopp   CAN — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Saturday October 15, 2016 6:37 PM



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25th Oct. 2016

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Tuesday October 25, 2016 10:51 AM



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30th Oct. 2016

Paul Stopp   CAN — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Sunday October 30, 2016 1:15 PM


lowering block

lowering block




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8th Nov. 2016

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Tuesday November 8, 2016 6:59 PM



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20th November 2016

Paul Stopp   CAN — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Sunday November 20, 2016 3:47 PM


electric fuel pump

electric fuel pump

pimary fuel filter

pimary fuel filter

New fuse block

New fuse block

fuse blocks battery switch

fuse blocks & battery switch




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Rated 9 out of 10 based on 1 ratings
2016-11-20 18:23:44 # 38580
Comment by Wayne Tate
Rating: 9/10
Very nice, like to hear it run. Who set up the injection system or was it a stock TR5.
2016-11-20 19:10:39 # 38584
Comment by Paul Stopp
Hi Wayne,No, it is a stock Buick 3.8 V6 EFI that I have in my GT6, have quite a bit more work to do before it will be running again.Regards,Paul
2017-02-26 06:44:32 # 40585
Comment by guy fontaine
Congrats Paul ! Nice work...Being a obsessive perfectionist,I could not resist a few tips.Nice electrical work. May i suggest covering exposed connextion with rubber or silicone boots. And whenever possible, drill floor pan for hoses, lines or wires on flat surfaces . Ribs integrity are lost,and this at their junction. Don't want to be anal retentive ! Just wish to help the next guy.Hey ! A fellow Canadian...heyYep, a Canadien from Qubec !

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