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T's surprising how popular Triumph Spitfires are these days. I often get asked by wannabe owners what to look for when buying. Mainly by making mistakes, I have gathered some experience in judging what is and what is not a Good Spitfire. I thought it would be a good idea to lay down this knowledge in a Buyers guide. T may be a small car, but it is steeped in history. It nearly didn't get built,...
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Triumph Spitfire and GT6 custom made fiberglass and other options from San Antonio, Texas. Just because these cars are 20 years old, doesn’t mean they have to look that way. Each item is tested to ensure that you the driver can add these options without any expensive tools, using the simple yet detailed instructions we provide. If it isn’t easy for all of us to install it, then were not going...
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S & M Triumph Restoration: Top quality cars restored to your specifications. Triumph, Spitfire, GT6, Le Mans - Racing and Sports car maker based in the UK, working on Triumphs and kit cars and specialising in restoration and refurbishment. Triumph car maker in the UK - Triumph spitfire Le Mans...
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The Beast is a highly modified, v-8 powered Triumph Spitfire. It has been transformed from the quiet, simple English sportscar to a road pounding 470 horsepower/500 foot pounds of torque monster. Was converted to a V8 powered automobile in 1970 using a stock Chevy 327cid small block. Between 1970...
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OK, so why have a website for my old car? Well I make no apologies for the fact that I loved my old car – after all it wasn’t just any old car as you can see… For those of you who don’t recognise the shape it’s a Triumph Spitfire 1500. It was registered in October 1975, and I owned it from July...
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From YouTube: Started out as just a collection of snaps as I stripped down an engine bought off ebay. (To replace my old engine, which had suffered catastrophic failure). The snaps were so that I remembered how everything went, …. It's very uncommon today to see a coupe police car, let alone a roadster. In the 1960s, I suspect it was still a relatively unique sight to witness police patrolling...
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