Triumph TR4/4A & TR5/250 - All Models 1961 to 1968

Triumph TR4/4A & TR5/250 - All Models 1961 to 1968
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Format: Paperback / softback, 64 Pages
ISBN: 9781787112858
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This handy guide will help you find, evaluate and purchase a Triumph TR4/4A or TR5/250. With detailed information from running costs to the pitfalls of problem areas, this book will help you make to make an informed decision. Featuring a comprehensive inspection process, advice on cost considerations, and information on the Triumph sports car community, this book will help you get the car of your dreams at the best possible price.

The author

Andy Child has a Degree in Electrical Engineering, and, after a brief career in the telecoms industry, turned a hobby into a vocation by restoring classic cars professionally. He joined the long established firm of Rees Bros in Aldershot, Hants, as a partner, and has now been running it for over 36 years. In recent years, he has been a co-director with his foreman and son-in-law, Richard Battyll, and his office manager and daughter, Sarah Battyll. Andy has decades of experience successfully restoring and tuning Triumph TRs with his small, highly skilled and enthusiastic workforce in his family-run restoration firm.

 

Sarah Battyll grew up with her dad working in the classic car restoration business and driving classic cars, so she has a real appreciation and love of classic cars.  She has a Degree in Photography and Media, and a Masters Degree in Publishing. This has allowed her to offer her support, expertise and enthusiasm to her dear dad, Andy Child, by being part of the team running their family run classic car restoration firm, Rees Bros in Aldershot. Sarah is married to Richard Battyll, Rees Bros’ very experienced workshop foreman who is now also a director.
 

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Format: Paperback / softback, 64 Pages
ISBN: 9781787112858
Illustrations: 95 color & b-w photos
Size: 5.5 in x 7.7 in / 139.7 mm x 195.58 mm
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