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Just The Brit

Member ID: rustytriumphsrule
Status: Free Member
Get a map, Minnesota, USA   USA
Member Since: 2012-01-23
Home Site: The Triumph Experience
Last Login: 2017-12-08 14:56
Forum Posts: 0

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1957 Triumph TR3 Black Just The Brit

1957 Triumph TR3
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"Tabatha"
1957 Triumph TR3A Rusty Red Just The Brit

1957 Triumph TR3A
RUSTANDROT

1960 Sunbeam Alpine Red Just The Brit

1960 Sunbeam Alpine
ALFIETHEALPINE
"ALFIE The ALPINE"
1960 Triumph TR3A White Just The Brit

1960 Triumph TR3A
TS80000
"Terence"

1963 Triumph TR4
EVENMORERUST

1966 Triumph TR4 Red Just The Brit

1966 Triumph TR4
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"TOBY"
1970 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia Green Just The Brit

1970 Volkswagen Karmann Ghia
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"Kermit"
1972 Fiat 850 Spider Primrose Yellow Just The Brit

1972 Fiat 850 Spider
1999
"Primrose "prim" To Friends!"
1972 Triumph TR6 Red Just The Brit

1972 Triumph TR6
ALMOSTRUNNING
"TREVOR The TRIUMPH"
1973 Fiat 124 Spider 1800 Black Just The Brit

1973 Fiat 124 Spider 1800
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"Guido"
1974 Fiat 124 Spider 1600 Red Just The Brit

1974 Fiat 124 Spider 1600
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"Herbee"
1987 Jaguar XJ12 Red Just The Brit

1987 Jaguar XJ12
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12 Vehicles — Total mileage: 11,491,666 mi (18,494,044 km) — Average age: 1968

Member Journal – Justin The Brit's Journal

There are 7 total entries in this Journal.

Getting Closer To Interior Fit Out

Posted on: Monday July 7, 2014

this weekend my two tasks were to install the transmission tunnel cover and the fuel tank, the transmission cover ended up taking most of sunday to install, i drilled out all the holes which looked like they would line up nicely with the tunnel, i fitted nut rivets to all the holes, sealed all around the cover, dropped it on, and about half the holes didnt line up as well as i first though with the nut rivets, I was able to bolt the rear of the tunnel and the front face to the fir...

Doors Also

Posted on: Tuesday May 27, 2014

passenger door fits nice

hung the doors this weekend as well, interesting fact, the hinges have shorter screws going into the doors than into the post, never noticed this when i tore them down, found i was missing a hinge so had to pull a door from my parts car to install these doors, and that's when i discovered the variation, the doors are in, and they close, tight but they close, i will likely loosen them off and adjust the angle a little to square them once the latch hardware is installed, need to loo...

Lights And Grill Fitted

Posted on: Tuesday May 27, 2014

front end with lights installed

so i decided to spend the $25 on the wire hardness kit from Roadster Factory for the front turn signals, i had checked and been told the connectors are a special British size i also checked and the wire colors were specific to the side and turn signals, the kit worked great, just stripped the wires back wound them around the bulb holder and soldered with a mini blow torch, no mess, no fuss , just done, used new rubber seals, new bulb holders, just the old lenses, grill is original...

Bead Strips Installation

Posted on: Tuesday May 27, 2014

rear passenger bead fits nicely

this weekend i was able to install 3 of the 4 bead strips on the fenders, had to loosen all the bolts on each fender to install the bead strips, couple of simple tips, 1) take the black plastic off the bead strips first, its a bear to peal once installed, 2) put a large flat bracket and not and bolt in the area where the tail light fits, this can be bolted to the tub and holds the rear corner of the back fender in place with all the bolts loosened up, Also i found that once the stri...


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