My favorite is to walk into the local parts store and when they ask "what
kind of car is it?" and I respond Triumph, which is then followed by "who
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> That might be true overall, but it seems to me that the number of
> sidescreen cars in regular use is diminishing. Too many of them being
> restored to show condition, and then not being driven. 10-15 years ago
> it was not too uncommon to see one on the street. Now, outside of
> events and club meetings, I don't think I've seen another one on the
> street for several years !
> I do still occasionally see TR6 and Wedges though, so perhaps they are
> doing better.
> As a side note, I now get far fewer people asking "Is that an MG ?", and
> more simply asking "What is that ?" Even MGs are getting so scarce that
> people don't know what they are ! And, I'm running into more and more
> people at the auto parts counter that don't know Triumph ever made cars.
> Joe Curry wrote:
> > The number of Triumphs being brought back to life appears to be
> growing thus increasing the number of "Visible" Triumphs.
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