My car is a 74-1/2, although I did not understand that when I bought
Imagine my concern when I went to order certain parts and found that the moss
catalog was "wrong". Took me a while to realize what I had was a version that
was only in production for 6 months, and that I had to order either 1974
parts, or 1975 parts, depending on what I was after. One example is figuring
out what the emissions system looked like. I wanted everything on my car
intact, including the emissions, so I had to sort all that out as my DPO had
thrown away anything related to emissions. My DPO had also installed the head
gasket upside down, among other things. Imagine the fun that created.
Others have detailed the differences in the 1974-1/2 model, so I won't
them. Suffice to say that it is a useful designation indicating a group of
changes that Triumph made part way through the model year.
Cogito Ergo Zoom
I think, therefore I go fast
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
Behalf Of Douglas Morris
Sent: Tuesday, February 16, 2010 10:02 PM
Subject: [6pack] What's a '74-1/2?
I've heard it and let it pass.
What's a '74-1/2, 74.5?
Does it start with a particular serial number?
Doug Morris, NC
'74(+/-) TR6 CF-183xx-OU
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