Sorry, misread your message. 30+17 =47.
All that expense makes a man edgy.
Sandy Levine wrote:
> >where can I get a good book on TR6 restoration. More like the body
> >then the rest.
> I bought this softcover book from "Practical Classics & Car Restorer"
> magazine titled Triumph TR6 Restoration, 98 pages.
> They take this totally rusted out bucket of bolts and turn it into a
> car. Of course for them, money was no object - the total for parts was
> roughly $17,000 and labor was around $30,000. So their exercise was
> practical but they wanted to show every possible repair. After cutting
> the rust, I think the only pieces they had left where the front inner
> wells, firewall and rear wheel wells.
> Lots and lots of pictures - bodywork and mechanicals.
> I ordered it direct from the UK but the book is distributed in North
> America by Motorbooks International, Osceloa WI 54020
> Sandy Levine 813-962-0100 (v)
> email@example.com 813-962-2330 (f)