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Super7 Caz P
Te Awamutu, Waikato, New Zealand   NZL
Hi there
We have just purchase a 1930 & 1929 Super Seven
We would love to have some more technical information on the car. We have "Triumph Motor Co." Instructions for the care and maintenance of the Triumph Super Seven Car, but need more information about points gaps, what grade engine oil to use etc.
Can anyone help us with more technical information - we are happy to pay copying / postage
Regards
Caz

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saltddirk Dirk Devogeleer
Herne (SPK), BRA, Belgium   BEL
1937 Triumph Vitesse
1937 Triumph Vitesse
1949 Triumph 2000 Roadster "Goldie"
1950 Triumph Renown "Blue Lady"
Hi Caz,

That seems to be a decent example! congratulations.

My cars are of slightly later vintage (1937) so I can not help you with any more details, however I suspect the Pre 1940 Triumph owner club could.
PM me if you would need their contact details.

PS are that telescopic shocks installed on the front axle? If yes would love a picture of how it was done.

Cheerz
Dirk

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