You laugh now. But mark my word. One of these days, (it may be later
rather than sooner) when I have cornered the market (or maybe marketed
the corner)on early Spitfire doors you may find yourself in need of one.
Then we'll see who has the last laugh.
But in all seriousness, I would have Isaac ship the doors to me except
that would be just more stuff to haul down to Tucson later this year.
After I get there, we'll continue this conversation. Until then Pray
for the doors I have!!!
Chris Prugh wrote:
> Be sure to forward this directly to Joe Curry. Seems he might want
>to build up an inventory of spare doors comparable to this for future use.
>(sorry...couldn't resist....haven't had enough of my morning fluifs yet)
> Chris Prugh
> 72 Spitfar
> Morgan Hill, CA
> Triumph Travelers Sports Car Club
> TTSCC is the host club for Triumphest 1999
> From: Isaac Crow[SMTP:Isaac@Avana.Net]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 30, 1998 2:15 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Cc: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Spit/GT6 door for sale
> I have the following for sale, best offer:
> 4 good condition MKI/II spitfire doors, most have glass, handles
> 2+ spitfire 3-rail transmissions (need rebuilding), plus LOTS of
> syncros, gears, and shafts for same.
> Lucas voltage regulator, unknown condition, has been stored for a long
> time from a stripped car.
> Also, looking for possible trade for GT6 radiator in good shape.
> Parts are located NE of Atlanta, GA. Email with questions or for
> Isaac Crow
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