How To Restore Triumph TR7 & 8

How To Restore Triumph TR7 & 8
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Format: Paperback / softback, 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781787112520
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How To Restore Triumph TR7 & 8 is a complete step-by-step guide to restoring your Triumph TR7 or TR8 in the most cost-effective way. Fully illustrated throughout, it takes you through the planning stage to full restoration, and includes body, trim and mechanical restoration, left- to right-hand drive conversion, clubs, specialists and suppliers, welding and restoration techniques, and advice on what work to sub-contract. Aided by various TR Specialists, ample photographic support, his own experiences and those of other amateur restorers, the author explains in some detail the characteristics of the various Triumph TR Sports cars, what to look out for when purchasing one & how to restore it cost effectively.

The author

Roger William's first love was aircraft, so he joined the de Havilland Aircraft Company after leaving school, but quickly added motor cars to his list of prime interests. He completed his apprenticeship and studies, and built two Ford-based 'specials' before family and career interests took pride of place. However, in 1986 he started his own consultancy business, which allowed him to restore numerous MGBs, a Triumph TR6 and a Triumph Stag, and also at this time began to write books about the cars that he restored. After retiring in 2000 he wrote several more books including Enthusiast’s Restoration Manuals, SpeedPro Workshop Guides and Essential Buyer’s Guides, specialising in the Triumph TR range and MGB sports cars.
 

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Format: Paperback / softback, 176 Pages
ISBN: 9781787112520
Illustrations: 450 color & b-w photos
Size: 8.1 in x 10.6 in / 205.74 mm x 269.24 mm
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