Jim- One project for me this year is selling the blue 73 gt6 my wife used to drive (it's almost ready) and selling or giving away two 72 gt6 bodies that have been yard sitting some years now. Both body shells have wheels and have been moved occasionally, possibly keeping the diffs useable? Would they interest you? Another project I'm deep in the middle of is repainting the blue 69 midget she also used to drive, and prepping it to sell. Last of the wire wheel-chrome bumper versions, and I'm sad about parting with it. But I'm facing the reality of us getting too old, and having too many cars to upkeep. I'm just going to concentrate on keeping my main gt6 (with the t50) for the future. After 44 years I know I'll be keeping it for life. I drove it quite a bit this winter, back and forth to the hospital way across town. Always improves my mood to drive it.
It's a real pleasure to hear of your success with your gt6 Roci. Very nice indeed!
: Hi Jim good to see you here, sounds like
: the GT-6 is well sorted, it's nice when
: it all comes together, congratulations!
: Dunno where everybody is, probably the
: "big" boards...
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: Nuts. Well, to be honest, I guess I'm
: part of the problem here. I can't
: believe there's been no activity since
: December. This site was such a big
: help to me while I was designing and
: building Rocinante - especially
: considering that this is where I found
: out about Dan's T50 5-Speed mod, which
: "is" installed in Roci. I do
: talk to some of you on other venues,
: but I also miss the rest.
: Well, for those of you who've helped me
: and are not on Triumph Experience, I'd
: like to thank you all. This summer,
: "Roci" completed an eight
: leg, 2,700 mile sojourn from Maryland
: to South Florida and back. I figur we
: done a purty decent job on her.
: - Jim