I know David, I took one comment wrong the other nite, but that is normally
not the case. <G>
I just wrote and told Geoff - I paid one dollar for my TR -- it was
"residing" in a farmer's field along with a steer and a couple of sheep.
I bought it in June -- drove it for the first time yesterday -- needs more
brake work, I really had to "stand on the brake" to stop -- (I didn't hit
it loves to GO and like you said, David, it hugs the road and loves the
it needs painted (badly), needs a driver's side window and tune up plus
seat covers -- I think that would keep it happy for awhile. I know --
you will laugh when you read this -- but -- it is a TR7 -- but It drives
beautifully and I certainly enjoyed the wind in my hair and the sun shining
down on my punkin' head while I was taking it for a spin.
It will be interesting to hear about the "Princess" if Geoff scopes it out
-- wonder if he can get it for a dollar?
Now, if someone could find me a BugEye for a dollar? <sigh> still dreaming.
>At 05:56 PM 8/20/99 EDT, Lancer7676@aol.com wrote:
>Just having fun Peg. My first car ever was a red '63 TR-4. That was what
>convinced me that there was something unique about these cars. I had such a
>blast in that 2-year old jewel. Traded it about 5 months later for a brand
>spanking new 1966 AH 3000 Mk IV. Gawd would I love to have that one back!!
>But the Triumph was a great car--ran like the wind--hung in the curves like
>nothing I had ever been in (Hey--I learned to drive in a '39 Dodge 4-door
>Sedan--Take that one through the curves once). Now I am into Spridgets, hot
>and heavy, but it wouldnt take a lot of arm-twisting toget me back into a TR
>as a second car!! Nah--probably will stick with Spridgets. 8^)