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Bills62 William Sysman
Sugar Land, TX, USA   USA
Here is the TR4 prior to taking it apart for the Body Shop please see my prior photos of the TR4 taken apart
Try to decide wheaten to keep it ordinal BRG or change interior and body color
Merry Christmas
Bill
Sorry forgot to mention that the previous are on the TR3 forum because I just completed the full restoration on my TR3B



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JGug1 James Guglielmino
Mission, KS, USA   USA
Take a look at my restored TR4 in BRG with tan interior and top. I posted pictures about a week ago when it arrived from Mark Macy's Garage. I absolutely love it.....However, I can see the car in red as well.



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Teterman2005 Brian T
San antonio, TX, USA   USA
For a second there, I thought I was looking at a picture of my car, they’re twins! Right down to the riveted steering wheel and white dash



Regards,

Brian
'64 TR4

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JGug1 James Guglielmino
Mission, KS, USA   USA
And, DAMN it, it STILL isn't licensed. I left KC for Colorado before having the chance to go to Olathe and get it inspected. I didn't get back until late last Friday. Yesterday might have found it done but it had iced and snowed and while it was brilliantly sunny, there was still salt on the roads.....I'll wait. I'm no longer patient but I'm not going to put it onto those salty roads.

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MGB777 Tim Smith
Oregon, IL, USA   USA
1952 MG TD "The "Abbey"
1960 Triumph TR3A "Patch's"
1975 MG Midget 1500 "Little Bro"
1977 MG MGB "Big Brother"    & more
I hung up an old picture of the 1964 TR4 I used to have back in 1985 in my new garage ,,,,,,,,,,,,, so the TR3 & Spitfire could see one of there old cousins


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Spitmk3 Rick Unruh
Winnipeg, MB, Canada   CAN
1960 Triumph Herald "Rose Harriet Engel"
1963 Triumph TR4 "Trevor"
1967 Triumph Spitfire MkIII "Norman"
1968 Triumph Spitfire MkIII "Jane"    & more
Hi Charles, I am thinking of doing something similar, except I have no brake booster.

I am thinking of venting from the fuel pump hole to a catch can. I will also plug the hole on the intake manifold, remove the PCV and vent the valve cover to the same catch can.
My valve cover also has the breather cap on it. any comments

I was actually replying to a post from Charles Edwards from four years ago thinking it was current...
Sorry for any confusion

I am still interested if anyone has comment on the changes I am thinking of making to my TR4



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IrishGT Ed Boylan
Hingham, MA, USA   USA
Took '65 TR4 out for a drive to keep seals fresh and moisture down...a rare clear winter day with temp up to 45 degrees (has been in 20s). More waves and thumbs up in the winter than in the summer!

Irish GT

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