Welcome to the clan!
Get the Factory Service Manual from Rick at Sunbeam Specialties in Campbell,
CA. (If you need the phone number, I can look it up for you on an
invoice....408 area code, US.,) ;-0> Also, Rick's catalog is a fairly good
parts book as well. Let the list know if we can be of assistance.
Congrats on your new (to you) Tiger and welcome to the club. Sans a TVR
Griffith (289 Hi-po,) it may be the last LBC you ever own!!
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On
Behalf Of Windsor Owens
Sent: Monday, May 03, 1999 9:28 PM
Subject: new cat in the cat house
> I can finally stop being a dreamer! I OWN A TIGER! YIPPPPEEEE! It's a
> 1967 (!) Mk. IA. What a fantastic driving experience! I look forward to
> old age when osteoporosis sets in and I'll fit the car better, however!
> Now I realize that I need some litterature. Specifically a parts book,
> service manual and a copy of the book of Norman. I know that Normans book
> is NLA, so getting that is just another pipe dream. But does anyone know
> where I might find a factory parts book and factory service manual. You
> see, while the car runs, it just needs about a few hundred odd little bits
> put back on it to make it presentable.....
> BRG MK. IA
> P.S. Thanks for the contact, Norman!