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  • #16
    Dvmmatt
    Thanks glad you enjoyed both looking at the cover shot makes me every time my TR6 has been very good to me!

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    • #17
      skootch13
      TRials has been on my mind for a number of years often times happen close to or same time as TRIUMPHest (same weekend this year) as with TRF summer party at this point still thinking discussion stage with my TR6

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      • #18
        Julius, your story is now online here: http://www.mossmotoring.com/my-first-and-last/
        You'll be glad to know that in that version you're no longer driving a car powered by some strange v-shaped motor... *sigh* (Of all the proofing mistakes that could have happened, it had to be one that EVERYONE would catch!)

        I hadn't met Julius before the Queen's English car show in LA this past spring. I met Buttascotch first. I couldn't stop staring at his immaculate car and trying to wrap my head around the sign he stuck on the windscreen that read 360,000 miles... the two sights weren't jiving, and didn't until I met Julius in person. It takes someone unique to be a driver and a caretaker of that magnitude.

        Thank you Julius for all your help with making our little magazine something that I enjoy working on. I've gotten many nice comments, especially on your article!

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        • #19
          Great photos & text. Thanks for posting the link here, David.

          Julius, OMG, get yourself a Bentley Manual & some 1/2" spanners!
          Walt
          CC80954U '72 TR6 original condition/sold 16.500.
          poolboy rebuilt the Z-S Carbs. Philstr6 rebuilt both rear hubs.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by David@Moss View Post
            Julius, your story is now online here: http://www.mossmotoring.com/my-first-and-last/
            You'll be glad to know that in that version you're no longer driving a car powered by some strange v-shaped motor... *sigh* (Of all the proofing mistakes that could have happened, it had to be one that EVERYONE would catch!)

            I hadn't met Julius before the Queen's English car show in LA this past spring. I met Buttascotch first. I couldn't stop staring at his immaculate car and trying to wrap my head around the sign he stuck on the windscreen that read 360,000 miles... the two sights weren't jiving, and didn't until I met Julius in person. It takes someone unique to be a driver and a caretaker of that magnitude.

            Thank you Julius for all your help with making our little magazine something that I enjoy working on. I've gotten many nice comments, especially on your article!
            David
            These enthusiast don't miss anything along with the vast knowledge one often obtains here, peer pressure at it's best my story wouldn't not have materialized without you, what I've done or do with my TR6 is a personal endeavor that's made even more special when my peers appreciate the ongoing efforts. You do a fantastic job on Moss Motoring Magazine in addition to the photos like the fact you invite the individual to write their story in their own words vs being interviewed and someone composing story from their notes makes for a more personal touch.

            My pleasure meeting with You & Damon had a great time. Online version does it for me TR rock star cover/money shot and ending story with Peace sign shot on the bridge TR6NIT signifies for those that ask what's in it: TR with 6 cylinder N IT & when I'm Drivin' sunglasses/driving gloves TR6NIT
            Triumphully
            Julius

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            • #21
              SapphireBlue72
              Got Bentley, TR6 Electrical Guide & several other TR6 related manuals along with assortment of spare parts/tools/floor jack in the TR Cave specifically for the specialist (who work on like it's their own) in case they need them as I don't have the time/desire some may think I'm selfish I say Passionate about "Keep it Clean & Drive It" fact the rare times it's acting up I give it the Grandparent Treatment call/give to mechanic saying only fix it and give it back to me sort of like Grandparents handle Grandkids not much dealing with temper tantrums just gettin' them at their Sweetest

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              • SapphireBlue72
                SapphireBlue72 commented
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                Okay Julius, just keep doing what you are doing.
                Your contributions here are always a pleasure to see/watch.
                Wish I was closer to CA, it would be fun to participate in those drives.

            • #22
              Great article (David & Julius). Great car (Julius). I really like the grandparent analogy, being one myself now, that’s what I do...it smells - fix it and bring it back happy. Then the reply....”but you know how to fix that”...yeah but this one’s yours so I don’t have too, I had to fix you.

              Keep em rolling and hope to see it in person at TRials in St. Louis.

              360K wow, just wow!
              Last edited by lfmTR4; 10-10-2018, 03:52 PM.
              72 Pimento w/overdrive

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              • #23
                Originally posted by skootch13 View Post
                Julius,

                I think you should drive to next years TRials in St Louis. It will never be closer to you. And it will give us Eastern and Midwest guys a chance to see your car.

                As the host for 2019 TRials, I'll second Skootchs suggestion to addend the 2019 event in St. Louis! We'd love to see you and your exceptional 6!

                Thanks for your dedication!

                Cheers,

                Wolf
                76 TR6 CF58170UO (The Lady)
                72 TR6 CC80068UO (The Slut)
                68 TR250 CD4893L (retirement project)

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                • #24
                  TR6NIT, I always read it as "TR6ing It."
                  1972 Sapphire TR6 #CC84,something

                  1959 Red TR3 (Wife's)

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