> Obviously, since they are not being made, the number can only be
> decreasing if you look at all triumphs in existence...but is the number
> in regular use increasing or decreasing?
> Are the barns beating us, or are we beating the barns?
Early this a.m. I replied off-list to Noah with the opinion that we're beating
the barns (as Joe noted, more cars are becoming restoration candidates
rather than scrap) but we're losing to the garages (as Randall suggested,
some cars restored to show winners are then rarely driven).
But after my drive to work I have to eat my words since I pulled onto the
highway (I-25) with a java green TR6 zipping along in the far left lane. He
had his top up despite the balmy 40 degree weather, but I now have to
conclude that the U.S. highways are choked with sporty Triumphs. <g>
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