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New TR3 Project - I am a sick person

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LGMTR6 Larry Miceli
Mount Dora, Florida, USA   USA
1952 MG TD
1954 MG TF 1500
1958 Triumph TR3A
1967 MG MGB GT    & more
I completely understand... here's my TR3 going to the body shop last weekend! It was also light blue!



Larry Miceli
Mount Dora, Florida

52 MG TD (restored)
54 MG TF 1500 (project)
56 Triumph TR3 (project)
67 MGB GT (restored)
68 MGC GT (nice driver)
68 Triumph TR 250 (nice driver)
71 Triumph Stag (driver)
73 Triumph Stag (project)
74 Triumph TR6 (restored)

I've just never really figured out the "sell one when you get another" part of it all...

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dre95060 David Emberson
Santa Cruz, California, USA   USA
The body looks to be in great shape! Clean her up, replace all the fluids (including the gasoline), charge the battery and see if she fires up!

Enjoy the journey!

Dave Emberson

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sagebrushbob Bob Teal
La Quinta, CA, USA   USA
It's a lot more fun at this stage!

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davem dave m
victoria bc, vancouver island, Canada   CAN
hi mike sorry i missed your post re mirrors

-the ones on my car are just the ones from TRF
# hac1528 $49 each
they do the trick , just had to make sure they were placed so the bonnet would open

CJD john durant
Southlake, Texas, USA   USA
Where did Tod go?



John
Southlake, TX

'55 TR2

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woodtriumph Randy Bauder
VANCOUVER, Washington, USA   USA
I agree that this is a really good starting place for a restoration project. It looks pretty original...and judging by the length of the storage...it may be mostly unmolested. Hopefully you can convince the spousal unit to leave it the original color...and keep it a original as possible...they are only original once!

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