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My Triumphs And Failures

Jim Harris   Gold Member USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Friday June 6, 2014 11:16 AM


My 1970 GT6 in about 1979

My 1970 GT6+ in about 1979

Here I am in about 1978

Here I am in about 1978

My 1962 TR4

My 1962 TR4

GT6 Around 1979 with the Western Wheels

GT6 Around 1979 with the Western Wheels




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My GT6 Trip Part 2

Jim Harris   Gold Member USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Saturday November 14, 2015 9:48 AM



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2018-02-08 13:31:08 # 48359
Comment by Wes Gray
i drove a similar adventure in MGA in 1971 or so...washington state..tossing a tin can along logging roads north of Arlington, stopping on a snow laden pass, walkingto into a valley/canyonthat had been clear cut... such a site, field of stumps, then notcing scragglies poking from the hillside. Investigating found tags on them,"replanted April 1958..." then noticed many such rootlets all over hillside. 12 or 13 years seemed a long time to me then and for these pygmy looking treelets to still be so scrawny...seemed like a mere perfuntory attempt by "Weyerhauser" or whomever to cover their tracks...and my view these would never survive... (but perhaps they did...) back up the hillside to the car, found a glimmer in the snowbank, a lost surveyor's scale, made of treated brass and stainless steel... Antiques Roadshow valued it at 100 dollars in 2013...into the car and picking back down the hill toward paved road... rugged machine, the A...nearly ran aground, upon a rock teeth chattering impact on body cross tube.
2018-02-08 14:53:04 # 48366
Comment by Wes Gray
i drove a similar adventure in MGA in 1971 or so...washington state..tossing a tin can along logging roads north of Arlington, stopping on a snow laden pass, walkingto into a valley/canyonthat had been clear cut... such a site, field of stumps, then notcing scragglies poking from the hillside. Investigating found tags on them,"replanted April 1958..." then noticed many such rootlets all over hillside. 12 or 13 years seemed a long time to me then and for these pygmy looking treelets to still be so scrawny...seemed like a mere perfuntory attempt by "Weyerhauser" or whomever to cover their tracks...and my view these would never survive... (but perhaps they did...) back up the hillside to the car, found a glimmer in the snowbank, a lost surveyor's scale, made of treated brass and stainless steel... Antiques Roadshow valued it at 100 dollars in 2013...into the car and picking back down the hill toward paved road... rugged machine, the A...nearly ran aground, upon a rock teeth chattering impact on body cross tube.

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Progress On My TR

Jim Harris   Gold Member USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Sunday August 14, 2016 3:18 PM



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She's Dead, Jim

Jim Harris   Gold Member USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Sunday August 14, 2016 5:30 PM



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Finally Alive

Jim Harris   Gold Member USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Thursday August 18, 2016 11:40 AM



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Labor Day

Jim Harris   Gold Member USA — Posted on The Triumph Experience
Monday September 4, 2017 9:35 AM


IMG 1774

IMG 1774

IMG 1773

IMG 1773

IMG 1776

IMG 1776

IMG 1775

IMG 1775

IMG 1760

IMG 1760

IMG 1763

IMG 1763

IMG 1761

IMG 1761




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