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lgray001 Larry Gray

Larry Gray

Member ID: lgray001
Status: Gold Member Gold Member
Lexington, VA, USA   USA
Member Since: 2014-09-03
Home Site: The Triumph Experience
Last Login: 2017-11-21 10:57
Forum Activity: 2017-11-21 10:57
Forum Posts: 492

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1976 Triumph TR7 White Larry Gray

1976 Triumph TR7
TBD98765432
"POS-2"
1979 Triumph TR7 White Larry Gray

1979 Triumph TR7
TWC102729UF
"The Money Pit"


2 Vehicles — Total mileage: 146,000 mi (234,964 km) — Average age: 1978

Member Journal – Larry Gray's Journal

There are 22 total entries in this Journal.

Finally Back

Posted on: Wednesday September 27, 2017

Well after some time, I finally got my garage/tent back up. Now I need to fix the ding on my daughter's BMW, then I can finally get back to the Money Pit.

On Hold

Posted on: Sunday April 2, 2017

Pulled Out Stake

Well, the weathers getting better, but I'm on hold until I can re-erect my enclosure. About 4-weeks ago, we had high straight line winds that blew my enclosure over. It pulled the trainer stakes right our of the ground. Yesterday and today I used a post hole digger and rock breaker spike to dig holes. I buried the spikes in 150 lb. of concrete. Hopefully this will hold the enclosure down. If the weather holds I can start re-construction as I ordered and received pipes tp replac...

Air Conditioning

Posted on: Saturday November 5, 2016

I pulled the York 210 Compressor off the build car to install on the rebuilt engine. I look like the loser in a cat fight. I checked the solenoid and it works. I additionally broke down all of the attachment parts and cleaned/painted them. The compressor clutch needed a new bearing and I traced that down and ordered one. I have a question to an eBay store for a rebuilt York 210, but I want to make sure the replacement compressor is R134 compatible. More to follow. I found th...

Re-Rag

Posted on: Thursday January 5, 2017

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Well, as the weather has started to turn cold I've purchased a propane heater and started the interior. I stripped the seats, straightened support bows. I purchased new seat bottom and back foam, and seat bottom glands. After grinding the rust, and old paint and adhesive, I painted the seat frames and rails. When I unpacked the seat foam, I found that the little furry creature I've shared my plastic garage with has decided he/she needed foam for its nest. No I need to repair the foa...


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