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18593210 Silver Member Wilbur Cook
Austin, TX, USA   USA
1977 MG MGB V6 Conversion
1980 Triumph TR8 "BLUE GOOSE"
1981 Triumph TR8 "CHESTER"
Great looking. workmanship shows that you know what you are doing and got it correct. I wish you were closer.

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tazman79 Dave Renner
Kelowna, BC, Canada   CAN
1980 Triumph TR7 Drophead ~ For Sale ! ~
Thank you. We have done a car that went to LA one to Washington State and one went back to good old UK..


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JohnMWalsh John Walsh
Roseville, California, USA   USA
1965 MG MGB
1981 Triumph TR7 Drophead "TR7(?)" ~ For Sale ! ~
New pics

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nightfire25 kelvin lambert
swansea, wales, UK   GBR
and still building my new one


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john 215 john lucas
luton, UK   GBR
Hi,

Newbie here although been lurking for a year or two , although I recognise a few other gents from other meeting places on the ' Tinternet '

Some great pictures and video's featured, so thought would share this one of mine for those interested

A couple of months ago we have a event over here called the Silverstone Classic, a huge classic car and race event over three days, as part of the 40th celebrations we got to drive the full GP track,in convoy, so I borrowed a Go Pro and filmed it.. A bit of a procession to be honest but got to stretch her legs at about 6 minutes 40 seconds down the famous hanger straight cool smiley

Hope you enjoy and thanks for watching -





Cheers John

parrisw William P
Victoria, BC, Canada   CAN
Bought two coupes recently.


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john 215 john lucas
luton, UK   GBR
Hi

Took this of my FHC at the end of The TR Drivers Club Bullet Run, at Coventry Air Museum, this weekend, the plain featured is a English Electric Lightning, so called the picture......Triumph and Lightning -







Cheers John

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Daxxie Lode Crommen
Bilzen, Limburg, Belgium   BEL
Just finished restoration
1979 TR7 V8
Rover V8 3.9
Hispec brakes all around
Electric Power steering
JRwheels 17x9 rear 17x8 front


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Spike77 Carey K
Kelowna, B c, Canada   CAN
Retriever loves tr

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gozto11 Todd Bermudez
Cincinnati, Ohio, USA   USA
According to TWOA the last Automatic built

Wife would rather have a 5-speed


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Spike77 Carey K
Kelowna, B c, Canada   CAN
In reply to # 1246963 by tazman79 HI pic #1 is the supercharged Ford 3.8 ltr V6 with a T5 . I ran that for 8 years lots of power and fun but 18 miles to the gallon.
pic # 2 is not my car but I am running the same set up with a 4 speed automatic,cruise control,power windows, heated seats.

We have done a round 20 of these 3400 V6 conversions in TR6 , MGB , and TR7's. 200 HP and 32 miles per gallon on regular.

I also live in kelowna and have seen Dave Renners tr . He has done an amazing job on this car 10 out of 10



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M1kem3 Michael Rawlins
San Antonio, Texas, USA   USA
Very cool! Can you post pictures of the electric steering?

kevphill Kevin Phillips
Oxford, Michigan, USA   USA
Getting closer.


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812green Silver Member Ronald P
Emery, 411E 6st pmb1523, USA   USA
The car looks great. I am in the process of redoing a 1980 TR7 Spider. My question is do you have the original seat covers or were you able to buy them. Mine are beyond usuable. If they are original would you send me some close up pictures of them.
Thank you,
Ron Price - roakaprice@msn.com
Cell Phone: 260-414-7137

kevphill Kevin Phillips
Oxford, Michigan, USA   USA
I will look tomorrow in the pile and see what's there.

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