Really classy attorneys adorn their offices with tr parts also, I've heard...
> It seems to me that this questioned has opened up a whole new
> for our media mogul Tim Studdard and GRM, a specialized monthly column on
> to best use your living room for parts storage tilted "Home & Parts". I do
> not think that my wife is going to buy into the living room storage unless
> sees other wives showing their Triumph furnishings and even then, it would
> be a
> extremely hard sell.
I presently am 'storing' a TR4 crankshaft and flywheel, with attached racing
wheel in the family room. (It won 1st place in crafts contest with the VTR, as
a end table) I also have a Crosley Engine and Tranmission that may one day
become a coffee table.
I once rebuilt a 948cc Bugeye engine in a bedroom of our apartment, but than
hails back to the salad days of married student housing.
#4 white spitfire