Site Updated: 12 Oct 2018 


Allan Bare says: "I have sent a small quantity of TR breakdown parts to the Bare-Co Adelaide branch" 2 Pentland Rd, Salisbury South SA 5106

Bare-Co sourced items were not shipped as they would be available from Bare-Co stock in Adelaide or Geelong. eg. Coils, hoses, engine parts etc.

Emergency requirements should be directed to email Ray Kasparian
(or 0415 112 717) as Bare-Co staff need his OK to release parts."

Oil Seals Can be Directional!

A technical article by Brian Richards

New Supplier added:
Thanks - Neville Turbit
Norwest Instruments. Paul Hopic 8 Dudley St Rydalmere. 0432 389 158. Paul worked for Olympic Instruments at Pymble for many years before they closed down. He bought the business name and trades as Norwest Instruments incorporating Olympic Instrument Sales (NSW).
He is retired and not always available but leave a message and he will get back to you. He is able to fix the original capillary temperature gauges which is a rare service.


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Member Andrew Ross sent this one in and said "It was my 1st time there & I just saw the photo to thr right - I got 1 from a different angle.
At least the 4 “BRGs” were in a line" . Regards Andrew Ross

Allan Bare sent in this photo of some of the club cars 
at the recent All British Day.  

This one is from member Neville Turbit:

This is my first TR during restoration.  This picture comes with a warning. Eyesight may be damaged.  I can only justify it by saying it was the swinging sixties, and there were drugs involved.

The chassis was a delicate shade of orange. Engine was iridescent green. Of course you painted a few of the bolt on bits red for contrast. There was enough chrome to make most Yank Tanks of the era blush including a chrome diff cover.  Body ended up yellow. Did I mention that inner guards were red, and the brake drums bright yellow?

Where is the creativity in recent restorations!!!!

This photo was sent in by Rod Chivas (L). It shows Wes Dayton (R) and Rod proudly holding the WWQMS trophy (donated by Bill Revill) which is presented to the first sidescreen in the Annual All Triumph Race. Wes kindly let me drive his car to make up numbers (we ended up with 11). There was only one sidescreen this year, but still, I won it. Taken on Sunday 9th Sep 2018 at Sydney Motorsport Park.
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