I just returned from a 4th of July parade in Amherst, NH.
Amherst is a beautiful New England town about 25 miles north of
It was humid and as hot as the dickens. I had to go at about 2
MPH for about 30 minutes with lots of stop-and-go. Lots of cars
were overheating. The temp stayed right on 70 centigrade... I
guess the repaired radiator and 6-blade fan are working good.
It was lots of fun with folks realizing what the car was and
saying "I had one of those" and 'great car" or "what year is it"
with lots of personal compliments afterwards on the town common.
Life is good.
62 TR4 CT16260L - Groton, MA
My TR4 Restoration Web Site
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Fred Thomas
Sent: Tuesday, July 04, 2000 8:24 AM
Well happy 4th to all of you LBC people it's a rainey morning
here in N.
Va., my wife and I are leaving with the T/R 3 and the 31 "A" for
owners association parade, both cars filled with neatly customed
youngsters, hope everyone enjoys the holiday, and guys regarless
of good you
think you are at the grill, leave it to the ladies, foods always
way. <g> "FT"