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New to this and hoping for help.Looking for the whereabouts of a GT6 i used to own 40+ years ago. Spotted this photo of it apparently at a TR REGISTER meet on the TSSC facebook page and was wondering if anyone knows anything about it. I know it is currently SORN, would love to see it again and pass on some history and show the owner a few photos of it back then. Many thanks Lee.

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On 13/05/2019 at 18:52, LeeB said:

New to this and hoping for help.Looking for the whereabouts of a GT6 i used to own 40+ years ago. Spotted this photo of it apparently at a TR REGISTER meet on the TSSC facebook page and was wondering if anyone knows anything about it. I know it is currently SORN, would love to see it again and pass on some history and show the owner a few photos of it back then. Many thanks Lee.

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Hi, just seen the post replying to my initial inquiry having given up any expectation of hearing anything. Thanks for your reply and fantastic to see her again still looking good and not to far away from me in Warwickshire. Brought a tear to my eyes.

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She needs a little bit of work to get her back to her former glory but still a great looking car. She turns heads everywhere we go! She actually belongs to my girlfriend's dad. The MK3 is my project, he liked the look of it soo much he asked me to find him a MK2, PMA 22H happened to be up for sale and we fell in love with her.

We'd love to hear some stories from you and any history or photos you have? We're only in Northamptonshire so would happily bring her over to show you one day soon.

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Would love to see her again, will try and sort out the photos i have,she looked a little different back then, and arrange to meet you at your convenience as i am retired so not really tied. It's been 43 years since i last saw her so will need the tissues.

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We'll arrange to come over and see you in the next few weeks.

I've just purchased another mk3 today so took some pictures of them all together. I thought you might like to see them. I took a picture of the chrome rocker cover too! It does need a bit of a clean though.

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1 hour ago, Badwolf said:

Jack- They look great. Are you aiming to collect the full number plate alphabet set? 'J' next on the list?

Thats not a bad idea, i could have done a similar thing a while back. I owned a spitfire for about 16 years and came across someone who had a gt6 with the number plate the next number up! So was sold at the same dealership at the same time as the spitfire but registered next! Not to be as i sold the spitfire to fund the purchase of a gt6 which i sold to fund the purchase of another spitfire! As i regretted selling the spitfire. Now i am fortunate enough to be able to own more than one car i wonder if they both still exist as it was only about 10 to 12 years ago.

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Wished i had a small framed Triumph the other day. I replaced steering rack bushes and wishbone bushes on my TR6, boy did i miss that front end lifting up to give not only room but somewhere to sit. You are very lucky to have 3 beauties like those, very nice. The chroming was courtesy of a near by Leyland car maker, mentioning no names, where my dad worked. Had my Herald 13/60 done too, my first love which i believe is still about in kit car form.

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31 minutes ago, LeeB said:

Boy did i miss that front end lifting up to give not only room but somewhere to sit.

Not only that there is a nice handy ledge to put your mug of tea/coffee on. Civilised cars 

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1 minute ago, Chris A said:

Oy! you are supposed to be working on the car not having a pique nique.

 

As you rightly said, civilised cars

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4 hours ago, Badwolf said:

Jack- They look great. Are you aiming to collect the full number plate alphabet set? 'J' next on the list?

We are actually looking for a MK1 now but that's a good idea!

18 minutes ago, LeeB said:

I've already arranged to go to a meet in Rutland unfortunately, otherwise I would've attended.

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