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Mail From: Jim Altman <(email redacted)>

But don't worry I still have the stag and the 8. I think it's also time for
the stag to go, I just don't drive it. So:


1) If anyone on the list wants to talk Stag, before I post to Craig's
list or elsewhere, send me an email direct (off list). I am in Atlanta, Ga.
It's in fairly good shape. The Engine and drive train (auto tranny) are
sound. Engine was rebuilt by a prior owner and has around 10,000 miles on it.
The car has around 75000. The paint was redone, and although the color is
nice (BRG), it wasn't very well done and is cracking in places, esp. the
trunk. No rust, sound body and I live in a no salt environment. The Interior
is good, carpets are new, everything works. The starter solenoid is balky,
but always starts. a/c present but unconverted from R12 and not working.
Soft top and most trim for the soft top is in a box in the trunk. I have
owned it 6 or 7 years.

2) I own the name tr6.org. I don't own a 6 anymore. The name is good
into the beginning of 2014. I haven't done much with it in the last few
years. I'd rather see it get used for/by a hobbyist purpose than it end up
for a commercial one. Anyone want it?

3) The 6 was a fine run, many good hours/days of driving and wrenching,
but time to move on. My son and I did a cross-country road trip in the late
90's and had a great time. Its replacement is a 1973 240Z, I had a 73 in ...
73. I am not sure I can handle that there are no leaks coming from it.
Engine and drive train are sound, body looks great, has a few electrics that
need sorting. The 8 remains the daily driver.

Jim Altman
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Mail From: Steve Smith <(email redacted)>

Jim

Your six website was a huge help and inspiration for me as I dug into the
re-incarnation of my Jasmine 69 TR6. Thanks for the effort that you put into
the site and for the information and advice that you shared though it.
Most appreciated!

Best wishes
Steve

CC25805L - and now - "O" - thanks in
large part to your site.



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From: Jim Altman
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To: "(email redacted)" <(email redacted)>
Sent: Mon, August 30, 2010 6:41:00 PM
Subject: [TR] i sold my tr6

But don't
worry I still have the stag and the 8. I think it's also time for
the stag to
go, I just don't drive it. So:


1) If anyone on the list wants to talk
Stag, before I post to Craig's
list or elsewhere, send me an email direct (off
list). I am in Atlanta, Ga.
It's in fairly good shape. The Engine and drive
train (auto tranny) are
sound. Engine was rebuilt by a prior owner and has
around 10,000 miles on it.
The car has around 75000. The paint was redone,
and although the color is
nice (BRG), it wasn't very well done and is cracking
in places, esp. the
trunk. No rust, sound body and I live in a no salt
environment. The Interior
is good, carpets are new, everything works. The
starter solenoid is balky,
but always starts. a/c present but unconverted
from R12 and not working.
Soft top and most trim for the soft top is in a box
in the trunk. I have
owned it 6 or 7 years.

2) I own the name tr6.org.
I don't own a 6 anymore. The name is good
into the beginning of 2014. I
haven't done much with it in the last few
years. I'd rather see it get used
for/by a hobbyist purpose than it end up
for a commercial one. Anyone want
it?

3) The 6 was a fine run, many good hours/days of driving and
wrenching,
but time to move on. My son and I did a cross-country road trip in
the late
90's and had a great time. Its replacement is a 1973 240Z, I had a
73 in ...
73. I am not sure I can handle that there are no leaks coming from
it.
Engine and drive train are sound, body looks great, has a few electrics
that
need sorting. The 8 remains the daily driver.

Jim Altman
(email redacted)

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