I saw Kate's old K-9 a number of times at car meets. He came all dressed
up in a T-Shirt with a union jack on it and sometimes a cap on. He was
better dressed than a lot of the two legged participants! Great looking
On Thu, 03 Jun 1999 06:42:42 -0700 Kate & Gary Bales <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> My old K9 used to go to the British field meets
>with me &
>spend the day in the TR area - they fed him better than the MG owners.
> He was a
>card carrying member of the Portland Triumph Owners' Association. I
>to their after event parties so the dog could get there. Is something
>Bill Elliott wrote:
>> I'm a closet Triumph guy. Good info at www.vtr.org with mailing
>> info at www.vtr.org/mailing-list.html...
>> ...and you'll need it. Thanks to emission controls and (relatively)
>> shoddy quality control, TR7's are _much_ more difficult to restore
>> maintain than a Spridget. ('79 and later cars even more
>> but much improved quality.)
>> I'm not a 7 expert, but if if I can be of any help, let me know.
>> Bill Elliott
>> Lake Mills, WI
>> '71 TR6 (Spridgetless at the moment)
>> Peggy Bohler wrote:
>> > Hi
>> > I have mentioned a couple of times that I am going to look at a
>TR7 - and I
>> > know I haven't seen Triumph stuff on the list (and I know it
>> > spridget") but wondering whether to let you all know if I get it,
>> > Is there a Triumph list out there, if I need it?? <G>
>> > Even tho I am looking at this (free) TR7 the Midget has
>> > Thanks.
>> > Peggy.