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First things first -- Assessing the cosmetic restoral -- 1/6/00
Completely rebuilding the brake system -- 1/6/00 - 1/29/00
Replacng original struts with Koni Shocks -- 1/17/00 - 1/28/00
Generator pulley, fan repair -- 1/17/00
Stealth radio conversion / "Time Machine" -- 1/18/00 - 10/7/00
Steering wheel restoral, horn repair -- 1/20/00 - 2/13/00
Door latch "anti-burst" mechanism repair -- 1/22/00
Wire wheel hidden dangers! -- learn from my experience! --1/31/00
Removing and replacing damaged wheel studs -- 2/3/00
Seating reupholstery, 2/3/00 -- 2/23/00
Floorpan repair with fiberglass -- 2/3/00 - 2/23/00
Moulded Carpet Installation -- 3/4/00 - 3/7/00
Handbrake lever repair -- 2/6/00
Oil Pan Seal Replacement, stripped thread repair -- 2/9/00
Wood dash refinishing; Gauge cleaning -- 2/14/00 - 4/13/00
Replacement interior door panels -- 2/23/00
Gearbox Cover Swap/Reverse Light Fix -- 3/5/00 -- 3/13/00
Transmission Cover Repair -- 3/14/00
Body restoration and painting 3/16/00 - present
Hardtop Hoist 3-19-00
Locking glovebox fabrication project -- 3/19/00 - 5/11/00
Restoring the exhaust system to near stock - 5/19/00
Handbrake Button Repair - 6/18/00
Fuel Gauge Sending Unit Calibration - 6/20/00
Differential Pinion Seal Replacement 6/24/00
Windshield Wiper Motor Refinish 7/16/00
1967 Spitfire Mk3 Buyer's Guide - 8/21/00
Engine Bay Cosmetics 10/15/00
Conversion to Pertronix Electronic Ignition 3/5/00
Vintage Wood Wheel Installation, Modification, Refinishing 4/1/01
Auxillary Gauge Installation 4/15/01
Adventures in (MIG) Welding 11/24/02 - Present
Body Tub Rotisserie Fabrication 11/3/01 - Present
Keihin Carburettor conversion 6/10/01 - Present
A Fateful Decision: Saying Goodbye To The "Original" 1967 Mrs. Jones...
But wait! A new day is dawning! Meet the NEW 1968 Mrs. Jones!
NEW! As of September 2000, I overhauled our user forum page and renamed it THE TOTALLY TRIUMPH NETWORK. The discussion is broken down into various components for easy access -- just like your Spitfire.
On May 15, 2001, The Totally Triumph Free Classifieds was launched as the latest component of this site, now called the Totally Triumph Network. Buy or sell Triumph parts on what might be the most sophisticated and feature-laden classified pages for Triumph enthusiasts. All listings are FREE. Placing "wanted" listings is free of charge for anyone. Please check this resource out. I think you'll like what you see.
NEW! Just for fun -- Some "advertisements" that never were. Fantasy print ads of my own design featuring my former 1967 Triumph Spitfire. Submit yours!
Please. Always wear your seatbelt while driving -- and that goes double for your children if you have any.