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Can you help me with my 68 triumph?

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This question came into the VTR web site. Perhaps someone on this list can
help advise Kane. Here in the US, we had so few of the 2000 sedans (original
version, circa 1966-67).... :-(

Please make sure Kane <(email redacted)> is at least included in your
reply. Thanks!


Andrew Mace, Vice President, Member Services
and 10/Herald/Vitesse (Sports 6) Vehicle Consultant
The Vintage Triumph Register <>


> --- Kane Harding <(email redacted)> wrote:
> > From: "Kane Harding" <(email redacted)>
> > To: (email redacted)
> > Subject: Can you help me with my 68 triumph?
> > Date: Tue, 29 Jan 2002 14:19:01 +1300
> >
> Hello i am
> from NewZealand and currently have a 68 triumph
> 2000,it is in very good condision and i would like to
> know how much it is worth,the funny thing is it has a
> different front shape to the usal triump,it is white
> with a bonet scoope on the top and indentered head
> lights.Is this car worth anything? it is also auto
> matic if that helps,

Your sincerly Kane Harding

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