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Biggest Triumph mystery of all time--solved!

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byakk0 Hazen Wardle
Boise, Idaho, USA   USA
Yup. That's right.
Abby pointed at the M and said "It says: D.M.O.G.A"



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~Hazen.

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ng19delta Scott Roberts
Merchantville, NJ, USA   USA
1974 Triumph TR6 "Not Sure At The Moment..."
Of course, the "M" on the hood latch is for "Michelotti", who designed the Herald, Spitfire, and earlier TRs...

Scott

(Oh- BTW- the crossed flags on a Herald are the nautical flags for "S" and "V", as I recall, for "Standard" and "Vignale", meaning the Standard Motor Company, of which Triumph was part, and Vignale Design, where Michelotti worked...)

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Spitnut64 Gold Member John Mills
Milwaukee, WI, USA   USA
1970 Triumph Spitfire MkIII "Sarah Jane"
In reply to a post by byakk0 Yup. That's right.
Abby pointed at the M and said "It says: D.M.O.G.A"



Ok Hazen, but now what’s the meaning of D.M.O.G.A? A new mystery for Resche Plimpton? I think I already know what Deep Thought would say.



Seriously,
It’s good to see Abby going strong!



"Given enough time, an amateur can build anything.”

- Bob Hicks (as quoted in the 1997 "Mariner’s Book Of Days"winking smiley

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