How to Restore Triumph TR7 and 8: Your Step-by-Step Colour Illustrated Guide to Body, Trim and Mechanical Restoration
The complete guide to completely restoring these Triumph models. Learn how to create a restoration plan and get the help you need. Tips show you how to restore the car in the most cost-effective way. Includes information on Clubs, specialists & suppliers. Information on welding & restoration techniques and the use of modern oils & fuels in Classic cars. The author explains the characteristics of the various Triumph TR Sports cars, what to look out for when purchasing one & how to restore it cost effectively.
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