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Moved

Dennis Maley   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Tuesday January 2, 2018 3:23 PM



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TR4A Restore

Dennis Maley   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Saturday November 16, 2013 10:40 PM


Inside wing

Inside wing

Broken bolt I drilled out

Broken bolt I drilled out

Old seal i will replace

Old seal,i will replace




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Doors Off

Dennis Maley   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Tuesday November 5, 2013 7:49 PM


Left Door

Left Door

Right Door

Right Door

Doors off

Doors off




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2013-11-06 13:54:13 # 12726
Comment by Dale Todd
You should consider putting temporary cross bracing where the tops of
the doors were. If not, your body might bend and your doors not fit back
in. Just sayin'. regards-Dale
2013-11-06 16:58:15 # 12728
Comment by Dennis Maley
I will, Body is still on frame so is still like the doors are just open. Thanks for the input.
2013-11-06 18:06:42 # 12730
Comment by Dale Todd
Ha ha! The photo makes it look like the tub is off the frame.
2013-11-06 18:17:32 # 12731
Comment by Dennis Maley
Soon - If Skiing doesn't get too much in the way.

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Restore

Dennis Maley   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Sunday November 3, 2013 8:10 PM



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Restore

Dennis Maley   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Sunday November 3, 2013 8:04 PM


Engine

Engine

Floor Rust

Floor Rust




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2013-11-03 20:30:58 # 12670
Comment by Mike Smith
I have a complete parts car for you. This is a link to the pictures of the car
http://www.flickr.com/groups/tr4a/
2013-11-06 17:03:14 # 12729
Comment by Dennis Maley
Mike, Are you still restoring the TR? I don't need a full parts car as Mine is in good condition. I do need some parts, are you interested in selling any parts such as left front fender, front bumper?

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Paint Color

Dennis Maley   USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Friday October 25, 2013 11:39 PM



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2013-10-27 08:46:10 # 12545
Comment by Randall Y
FWIW, at least to my eyes, the paint chips look a lot brighter than the paint does once it's on the car. Something about that white paper next to the chip, I guess.

If the exact shade is important to you, might be best to have a smaller panel sprayed and dried. Or better yet, find a car that is the color you like, and have the paint shop duplicate that paint.

Of course, you may end up like I did : After almost 2 years of looking at cars on the road, I finally found the perfect color. Only to be told by the paint shop that they could not duplicate it!

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