[Autojumble] FW: 73 Triumph Stag for sale in Virginia USA

Chad triumph74tr6 at yahoo.com
Mon Jun 21 19:12:22 MDT 2010

If it was a stick/OD I'd have bought it by now.

I've driven a slushbox Stag a
fair distance......hated it.  Way too "buzzy" at highway speed.

Chad in Tulsa
From: Randall <tr3driver at ca.rr.com>
triumphs at autox.team.net; "Autojumble at Autox. Team. Net"
<autojumble at autox.team.net>
Sent: Mon, June 21, 2010 2:07:55 PM
[Autojumble] FW: 73 Triumph Stag for sale in Virginia USA

I know nothing
about the car, just trying to help out a fellow Stag owner.
Please reply
directly to dave_stringer at att.net if you are interested (as he
is not on the
Team.Net lists AFAIK).

73 was arguably the best (and last) year for Stags in
the USA.  The cooling
system had been totally redesigned by the factory to
sort out all the
earlier problems with marginal cooling.

-- Randall
-----Original Message-----
From: owner-stag at digest.net
[mailto:owner-stag at digest.net] On Behalf Of
dave_stringer at att.net
Monday, June 21, 2010 11:34 AM
To: stag-digest at digest.net
Subject: [stag]
Shameless plug

Hi, I am a regular viewer to this forum and long time Stag
owner.  Due to
possible move have to look at selling my Stag.  Here is the
link if anyone
is interested.  This is my 5th Stag (4 owned in UK).  All
maintanance done
myself, original engine, runs like a dream.  Yes, it does
have the odd oil
leak, small scratches to the paint, etc but is solid and no
"bodges" as us
Brits say.  All genuine parts used wherever possible.  Timing
chains were
replaced when I got the car 18 years ago.  Car in Abingdon, VA.

Dave Stringer

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