Looks like the same aftermarket sidecurtain I got with my TR3A.
Although mine also have legs at the front too. I think they're
folded down in your picture. Mine have a vinal fabric curtain
hanging from the bottom which snaps on to the lift-the-dot studs
on the door. The curtain slides into a keyhole shaped groove on
the bottom piece of the frame. I haven't taken the time to really
try to read it but on mine there's a logo embossed into the
plexiglass windows. Maybe the name is on yours too. I'm looking
for a set of real Triumph sidescreens to replace them with.
On Jun 12, 3:24pm, Musson, Carl wrote:
> Subject: RE: Help Identifying non-TR3 side curtains
> OOPS - the pix is located at
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Musson, Carl [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Friday, June 12, 1998 3:20 PM
> To: 'BritCars'; 'AutoJumble'
> Cc: 'Triumphs'
> Subject: FW: Help Identifying non-TR3 side curtains
> In the pile of parts I got with a recent purchase, there are
> some side
> curtains that I cannot identify. (Maybe MGA or Austin Healey?)
> one of you will recognize them. I will probably offer them for
> once I know what they are. Price as yet to be determined. Any
> assistance is appreciated.
> Carl F. Musson,
> You can't tell which way the car went by just looking at
> TR3A's - TS25264L ('58 Driver) & TS81802LO - ('61
> Body-off in
> Tampa, Florida (USA)
>-- End of excerpt from Musson, Carl