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grubscrew Avatar
grubscrew grub screw
The suburbs of, Winfield, Maryland, USA   USA
Here's the 69 GT6+ Tub you need for parts or restoration. Upper sections and roof are solid. Bulkhead solid except battery box. Rusted sills.

Includes solid but dented doors, with door internals including glass. Also includes the frame.

And many other parts are available/negotiable.

Take whole or I can slice and dice.

Very cheap.

PM me if interested. Make an offer.

Located zip 21157 Westminster MD



Dave
1970 Spitfire Mk3
FDU 78359L
34/11 (Jasmine yellow/Black interior)

1962 Triumph TR3B
TCF 575L
Signal Red/Red interior



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twomanytriumphs Gold Member Kyle Darby
Kelso, Washington, USA   USA
1965 Triumph TR4 "My Baby"
1966 Triumph 2000 MkI "Bessie"
1970 Triumph GT6+ (MkII) "The Princess"
1977 MG MGB
Why do these show up in Canada or on the east coast? This isn't the bicentennial car is it? Kyle

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grubscrew grub screw
The suburbs of, Winfield, Maryland, USA   USA
In reply to # 1495686 by twomanytriumphs This isn't the bicentennial car is it?

No Kyle, that goes up on the block next, what there is left of it!



Dave
1970 Spitfire Mk3
FDU 78359L
34/11 (Jasmine yellow/Black interior)

1962 Triumph TR3B
TCF 575L
Signal Red/Red interior

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Fictioneer Doug Hirt
Colorado Springs, CO, USA   USA
Dang Grub, wish you weren't so far away. Would love to have a 6+ rolling chassis, and vent windows that would fit a MKIV.
Doug



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twomanytriumphs Gold Member Kyle Darby
Kelso, Washington, USA   USA
1965 Triumph TR4 "My Baby"
1966 Triumph 2000 MkI "Bessie"
1970 Triumph GT6+ (MkII) "The Princess"
1977 MG MGB
Doug, check out cl in Washington. There was a gt6 in Salem minus motor and another in Yakima minus motor. Kyle.

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Fictioneer Doug Hirt
Colorado Springs, CO, USA   USA
Thanks Kyle. Still too far away. Hoping to find something that won't cost a bunch to ship.
Doug



"Mr. Filby, do you think he'll ever return?"
"One cannot choose but wonder. You see . . . he has all the time in the world!"

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grubscrew grub screw
The suburbs of, Winfield, Maryland, USA   USA
Did I mention this is very cheap?



Dave
1970 Spitfire Mk3
FDU 78359L
34/11 (Jasmine yellow/Black interior)

1962 Triumph TR3B
TCF 575L
Signal Red/Red interior

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tmpass Tim P
Medway, MA, USA   USA
1970 Triumph GT6+ (MkII) "Capo"
1970 Triumph GT6+ (MkII) "Blue Oxide"
In reply to # 1496268 by grubscrew Did I mention this is very cheap?

no storage or i'd grab it, yours is better than the tub I have on a dolly already

Edit: Dave, see the white shift knob to replace the black one smileys with beer



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grubscrew grub screw
The suburbs of, Winfield, Maryland, USA   USA
In reply to # 1496340 by tmpass ...Dave, see the white shift knob to replace the black one smileys with beer

Tim- yep! By the way, I used the correct black shifter ball with white letters at Hershey this year to earn my Repeat Preservation Award! Thx smiling smiley



Dave
1970 Spitfire Mk3
FDU 78359L
34/11 (Jasmine yellow/Black interior)

1962 Triumph TR3B
TCF 575L
Signal Red/Red interior

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tmpass Tim P
Medway, MA, USA   USA
1970 Triumph GT6+ (MkII) "Capo"
1970 Triumph GT6+ (MkII) "Blue Oxide"
In reply to # 1496346 by grubscrew
In reply to # 1496340 by tmpass ...Dave, see the white shift knob to replace the black one smileys with beer

Tim- yep! By the way, I used the correct black shifter ball with white letters at Hershey this year to earn my Repeat Preservation Award! Thx smiling smiley

That was the deciding factor in letting it go... it belonged with a "more pure" car.. out of curiosity, do they say anything about the hidden gauge behind the radio upright?

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grubscrew grub screw
The suburbs of, Winfield, Maryland, USA   USA
In reply to # 1496382 by tmpass ... out of curiosity, do they say anything about the hidden gauge behind the radio upright?

No problem with an oil pressure gauge like that...they put it in the same category as seat belts...an acceptable safety feature for cars that weren't originally so equipped.

On the other hand, floor mats or oversize tires in a car in which they weren't originally offered are points deductions!



Dave
1970 Spitfire Mk3
FDU 78359L
34/11 (Jasmine yellow/Black interior)

1962 Triumph TR3B
TCF 575L
Signal Red/Red interior

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