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  1. From the album: Coupe 948 y798

    found a replacement bonnet. bit of work on the wheel arches and sorted.

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  2. From the album: Coupe 948 y798

    My Farther in law contemplating.

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    off to a corner in father in laws work shop. bit more internal painting.

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    Next section returns.

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  6. From the album: Coupe 948 y798

    even though Mr Sappac found a pot of gold seal paint in his very cluttered store room. I think we didn't do a good job cleaning of the block before painting.

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    engine back in the chassis, it was bench tested for 10 hours just to be sure.

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  10. From the album: Coupe 948 y798

    first section of body blasted and primed

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  11. From the album: Coupe 948 y798

    first section of body blasted and primed

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  12. From the album: Coupe 948 y798

    engine rebuild by Mr Sappac at Radstock The Waldegrave garage at the back of the Waldegrave arms hotel.

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    body shot blasted and high build primed

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  14. From the album: Coupe 948 y798

    chassis repaired and painted

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  15. From the album: Coupe 948 y798

    come on everybody does it!

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  16. From the album: Coupe 948 y798

    body off.

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  17. From the album: Coupe 948 y798

    before I knew it I had removed most of the interior before I remembered to photograph it. having said that it mostly fell out or was missing. so it didn't take long.

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  18. From the album: Coupe 948 y798

    A week after purchase, got a bit carried away and forgot to photograph the car before I started stripping it down. drove it back from Ashford in Kent with a slipping clutch it took 6-7 hours this was back in 1980. it still had and MOT and was taxed.

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  20. you all probably know all about it but I have just got mine and it is fascinating. having had 948's since 1979 and still restoring this sort of publication is brilliant. it puts in order all the cuttings and magazine articles and books that we herald nuts collect over the years. A brilliant bit of work. check it out http://www.triumph-herald.com/traumaattriumph.htm
  21. love the bickie idea , here is your picture.
  22. I have posted pictures on a number of forums. and by far the easiest way is to host the picture on a photo site like flikr or Photobucket. you can sign up to these from any device and most are free. unless you went some fancy hosting gallery. all you do is sign up. with photobucket you can do it with your facebook account or direct in photobucket. sign in and create a new folder. and upload your photos to that folder. just follow the on screen instructions, very simple once you have the photos uploaded. click on "view upload" or library/ view library then pick the library you uploaded them to find the picture you want you post to the forum and click on the Direct box code. right click and copy then on the TSSC forum posting area click on the insert picture icon. and bingo picture posted. and TSSC saves on hosting space. the only thing to remember is. If you move or delete any of the picture from the folder you upload them too, the picture will disappear form the places you have posted them. if you upload all your photos the added advantage is you'll have safe storage for all you family photo's SIMPLE's
  23. acording to the parts manual early Herald came with tool kit no, 205677 1 pouch, 122746 1 tool (comination) 59427 3 spanners 101089 122745 59426 1 gauge 60126 but no idea what sizes the spanners were eraly Heralds jack and tool kit went at the back of the fuel tank. and later ones and vitesse Ibeleve went on the other side. probably due to the larger fuel tank.
  24. here we go again. this is my 1959 herald coupe. been on this restorasion since 1980. since then it's done 7 mile in and out of verius garages. after the resent rest of 5 years restoring our tudor house I'm back on the coupe.....maybe this time... when the house is finished , being packed up ready for the move to the new Old house.. This is back in 1980, about a week after I got it. still had a months mot and tax
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