I'm having a rest from my domestic labours; I'm exhausted; I'm looking for a
cage to rattle!!!!
Of course I can see its an LH drive car and yes, I'm sure the plate is for
decorative purposes too - but it's a total joke, to us Brits anyway.
I'n now going out into the town and to my favourite pub to see if I can find
someone else to annoy.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Glenn A. Merrell" <StagByTriumph@tscusa.org>
To: "John Macartney" <email@example.com>;
Sent: Sunday, October 28, 2007 9:24 PM
Subject: Re: [TR] Genuineness-ness-ness?
> John Macartney wrote:
>> I don't want to be seen as a killjoy but knowing how attentive many are
>> to originality, there's a real howler on the VTR website. It's in the top
>> LH corner of the home page where various Triumph pix dissolve into one
>> One of them is a white TR3A with a UK style licence plate HOJ 781 W. Does
>> it belong to anyone on the list?
>> Cheers, Jonmac
> You have far too much bloody time on your hands mate!
> Put your reading glasses on and see that TR3 is a Left Hand Drive car.
> The plate may be decorative.
> Glenn A. Merrell
> Chairman, Triumph Stag Club USA (2007-2009)
> The best trophies are miles on the odometer, stone chips in the paint,
> dead bugs on the windshield!
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