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Forum: Formosa Builds, Ideas and Discussion 22nd July 2020, 19:16
Replies: 3
Views: 303
Posted By Triumph Special
Are you not based in Parkstone any more, Gary?...

Are you not based in Parkstone any more, Gary? That looks like Sandford? Great job on the car. :)
Forum: Vintage and Classic Roadster Kit Car Builds 11th June 2020, 22:25
Replies: 160
Views: 21,471
Posted By Triumph Special
That looks terrific, very different but we'll...

That looks terrific, very different but we'll resolved and nicely cohesive with the body shape. Great work.
Forum: Formosa Builds, Ideas and Discussion 23rd April 2020, 20:38
Replies: 7
Views: 1,025
Posted By Triumph Special
Blimey, the new nose gives it a whole new...

Blimey, the new nose gives it a whole new character. Excellent.
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 29th September 2019, 19:47
Replies: 396
Views: 141,374
Posted By Triumph Special
They're a nice addition that will further the...

They're a nice addition that will further the emphasise the period look of your car.
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 27th September 2019, 21:20
Replies: 3
Views: 706
Posted By Triumph Special
How Many Models Now?

Just out of curiosity, really: how many projects are now produced by Tribute or Old No.7? I went by a few days ago and saw the XK120, a Healey replica (ex-Thruxton model?) a TVR tub, etc? Is there a...
Forum: Old No.7 Builds 27th September 2019, 21:17
Replies: 103
Views: 19,954
Posted By Triumph Special
That looks really good. Best of luck with your...

That looks really good. Best of luck with your project.
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 17th August 2019, 15:54
Replies: 396
Views: 141,374
Posted By Triumph Special
Can't wait to see this one in paint! Always one...

Can't wait to see this one in paint! Always one of the very best builds on here.
Forum: Sammio Builds and discussions 12th December 2018, 21:25
Replies: 90
Views: 16,025
Posted By Triumph Special
Aside from the quality and price debate, why oh...

Aside from the quality and price debate, why oh why do people persist in dressing up a fifties shape in a sixties/seventies livery?! I know this is very much a personal gripe, but the Gulf colour...
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 28th October 2018, 18:44
Replies: 574
Views: 88,901
Posted By Triumph Special
It's great, very impressive. I like that it has a...

It's great, very impressive. I like that it has a sort of 'caricature' quality to it - I mean that as a compliment. It looks stubby and purposeful. Love that the original doors are retained, too....
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 20th June 2018, 15:16
Replies: 574
Views: 88,901
Posted By Triumph Special
It might be worth trying a Triumph Dolomite rear...

It might be worth trying a Triumph Dolomite rear screen? Period-looking but a good size, with traditional rubber fitting rather than the bonded type.
Forum: Formosa Builds, Ideas and Discussion 9th December 2017, 09:51
Replies: 137
Views: 33,143
Posted By Triumph Special
Good job on the stretching and splicing, Gary. It...

Good job on the stretching and splicing, Gary. It gives the car a whole new character. A 'multi-donor' approach is a good one, as it increases choice for the customer and (dons his flame retardant...
Forum: Sammio Builds and discussions 9th December 2017, 09:47
Replies: 215
Views: 67,995
Posted By Triumph Special
This looks nice, Micky. Well done. Am a bit...

This looks nice, Micky. Well done. Am a bit confused by the wording in the eBay advert: are you selling the project?
Forum: Italian Replica builds and chat 9th December 2017, 09:45
Replies: 33
Views: 9,447
Posted By Triumph Special
I can't be alone in thinking that the car that...

I can't be alone in thinking that the car that started this thread is absolutely gopping? It looks like a Maserati viewed through the bottom of a dirty pint glass.
Forum: Formosa Builds, Ideas and Discussion 4th October 2017, 11:45
Replies: 275
Views: 54,397
Posted By Triumph Special
Smile Went to see this today. Well done Gary and Glan,...

Went to see this today. Well done Gary and Glan, it's an impressive thing in the GRP/metal. Much wider than I expected and with a great deal more presence than a Sammio - it sits on it's wheels much...
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 6th September 2017, 21:24
Replies: 30
Views: 4,638
Posted By Triumph Special
That looks like excellent value for money, good...

That looks like excellent value for money, good luck with your sale.

The detailing aside, it's the stance that really completes your car. The ride height, track and offset of one of the Coupes...
Forum: Tribute Automotive Builds 15th February 2017, 11:22
Replies: 79
Views: 22,221
Posted By Triumph Special
Turned out nicely, that one. Kudos, Gary.

Turned out nicely, that one. Kudos, Gary.
Forum: Sammio Builds and discussions 12th February 2017, 22:01
Replies: 144
Views: 50,631
Posted By Triumph Special
I've got four spare MGF steels Gary, if you ever...

I've got four spare MGF steels Gary, if you ever need some.
Forum: Sammio Builds and discussions 4th February 2017, 20:33
Replies: 261
Views: 74,069
Posted By Triumph Special
See, if you'd all left them as nice Triumphs as I...

See, if you'd all left them as nice Triumphs as I asked, we wouldn't be having this conversation!

Since irony is lost on the Internet, I'm only joking!
Forum: Formosa Builds, Ideas and Discussion 22nd January 2017, 22:21
Replies: 277
Views: 59,015
Posted By Triumph Special
I'm NOT having a pop, but much as I like your...

I'm NOT having a pop, but much as I like your project and admire your work enormously, does that Mk1 2ltr DHC Vitesse really have to be sacrificed?! It just seems a shame. Sorry, probably just me......
Forum: General Build Chat 9th December 2016, 20:40
Replies: 3
Views: 2,460
Posted By Triumph Special
Whaddaya mean? It seems quite reasonable; you...

Whaddaya mean? It seems quite reasonable; you have a low mileage Diablo with provenance, you're not quite sure what to do with it so take it apart, lose some bits and then present it for sale in...
Forum: Old No.7 Builds 4th December 2016, 20:39
Replies: 390
Views: 143,941
Posted By Triumph Special
Any progress with this? Looks great.

Any progress with this? Looks great.
Forum: Sammio Builds and discussions 30th November 2016, 16:35
Replies: 3,360
Views: 599,842
Posted By Triumph Special
You have the later handbrake cover on there,...

You have the later handbrake cover on there, shared with the Dolomite. You need a handbrake cover from a Toledo or 1300 FWD - the security lock will clear then.
Forum: DNA Builds 27th November 2016, 12:53
Replies: 233
Views: 77,470
Posted By Triumph Special
Stunning. A real credit to all the people who've...

Stunning. A real credit to all the people who've worked on it.
Forum: Sammio Builds and discussions 6th November 2016, 17:17
Replies: 3,360
Views: 599,842
Posted By Triumph Special
It looks sooo much better for having the back...

It looks sooo much better for having the back raised. :) Have you ever considered 14" steels on it? I've used 5.5Jx14" MGF (spare) steels on my Triumphs: they locate well on the 3/8ths studs.
Forum: Sammio Builds and discussions 5th November 2016, 17:11
Replies: 58
Views: 18,358
Posted By Triumph Special
Long since noted. ;)

Long since noted. ;)
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