I'm sure that something could be worked out with a little experimentation
and effort if you put your mind to it .
My 12 year old daughter loves riding in the TR 3 . At first she absolutely
refused to sit on the occasional rear seat , but soon got used to it . Now
she wants me to pick her and a few friends up from school whenever possible
. When her school closed last year for the holidays I drove around for two
hours with 3 screaming teenage girls before dropping them off at their
respective homes . They didn't want to get out of the TR . What fun ! Sadly
my TR 3 is a little ill at this stage :-( . BTW I'm also busy fabricating
an occasional rear seat for my Spitfire 4 .
Kind regards .
Chris de Wet .
PO Box 472 , Ifafi , 0260 , South Africa .
'56 TR 3 ( TS 10795 ) + '64 Spitfire 4 Mk 1 ( FC 25680 ) .
Triumph Sports Car Club of South Africa membership number : 2117
Triumph Sports Car Club ( Pretoria Centre ) membership number : 356 .
Projects : '62 Herald 1200 Coupe , '65 Herald 12/50 ( convertible ) ,
'63 Spitfire 4 Mk 1 , '66 Spitfire 4 Mk 2 .
From: sebking [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, May 08, 2001 12:05 PM
To: Davies William-qswi646; email@example.com
Subject: Re: TR4 - time to go?
I have the 'occasional' rear seat for the TR4A - not really a satisfactory
solution as it has no seat belts, and no leg room. I can't fit the baby seat
in there. Also I have a surrey top fitted.
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