A bit late , but if you're still in need please give me a shout . I may have
an extra one .
Chris de Wet .
PO Box 472 , Ifafi , 0260 , South Africa .
Daily drivers and continuous restoration projects :
1956 TR 3 . Commission no. TS 10795
1964 Spitfire 4 Mk 1 . Commission no. FC 25680
1967 GT 6 Mk 1 . Commission no. KC 52713 O
Restoration projects :
1966 Spitfire 4 Mk 2 . Commission no. 4 FC 69807
1963 Spitfire 4 Mk 1 . Commission no. FC 2507
1962 Herald 1200 Coupe . Commission no. GA 1397 CP
Very long term project :
1933 Triumph Sports Special / 1933 Chev 3 window Coupe
Triumph Sports Car Club of South Africa membership number : 2117
Triumph Sports Car Club of Pretoria membership number : 356 .
" Triumphs are meant to be driven . Keep them on the road and not the
trailer or show room " !
From: Dan Canaan [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, May 01, 2002 10:26 PM
Subject: Handbrake Handle Assy
I'm not sure if these are gold plated or made of unobtanium, but I've got
two Spits (66 Mk II and the 68 Mk III) along with a spare chassis and none
of them have handbrake handle assemblies. Haven't been lucky enough to
find any Spits in the local graveyards so I'm stumped in finding an
assembly for my 68 Mk III. I keep watching Ebay, but I wonder if someone
here has one on a spare chassis?
-Vegaman Dan, who is busy mopping his garage floor.
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