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Clay Thompson

TR7/8 Digest V1 #8212
« on: January 27, 2016, 11:06:31 AM »
> Over the past 6 month, while I have been setting in my chair

> recuperating form my surgeries, I keep hearing this little voice

> calling to me, Drive me, drive me! It is my TR7 that has been

> trapped out in the garage for the last year. It is really not fair

> to me or my little Triumph to be ready to go and I cant drive it.

> So, after my fourteen years of ownership (third or fourth owner), it

> is time for me to let it be adapted by some other Triumph freak.

> Over the years, I have done a lot of thing to make the car better.

> If you would like to see some of the things I have done, you can go

> to my website:

>

> http://www.jclay.me

>

>

>

> Here is a photo of the car with the power coated factory alloy

> wheels and the old top.

>

> http://jclay.me/jclay/2009_VTR_pics_2.html#52

>

>

> So, let me list the things about the car:

>

>

> 1980 DHC Anniversary Edition (sticker on glove box lid)

>

> Poseidon Green metallic TPA paint

>

> Beige cord interior

>

> Clear title, inspected and registered in Texas until 07/16

>

> 67,106.2 original miles

>

> Dual Weber carburetors

>

> Moss spin-on oil filter adaptor

>

> Teds big bearing hubs

>

> K-mac street/race strut tops

>

> KYB Gas shocks all around

>

> Poly bushing front, rear and sway bar.

>

> Teds adjustable rear axle stops

>

> New tie-rod ends

>

> New ball joints

>

> New bump stops, front and rear, front bellows

>

> Poly Shifter housing bushing

>

> Speed bleeders

>

> New master cylinder and rebuilt brake booster

>

> Isuzu Clutch master cylinder

>

> New clutch, throw out bearing and clutch arm

>

> Woodys shorten gearshift lever

>

> Original Interior

>

> Odds LED instrument cluster lights

>

> Original paint (one rust spot, sanded, primered and painter)

>

> One ding on front wheel well.

>

> Five factory alloys, four power coated

>

> Brand new Electron-Top in biscuit, professionally installed last

> summer, and never folded

>

> Pioneer A/M, F/M, Cassette, six CD changer (mounted in trunk) with

> removable face.

>

> Tex mirrors, left and right

>

> mor-Speed Performance Wind blocker

>

> Custom professionally installed trail hitch

>

> Saturn 95 amp alternator

>

> New stainless muffler

>

> Bad things:

>

> Heater not heating, mixed up hoses?

>

>

> TPA paint crazing on top surfaces

>

> News new compressor for A/C to work

>

> Needs new console lid (have a new one around here somewhere!)

>

>

> As you can see, I have one or two dollars invested in this TR7. I am

> asking $7,500 firm for my baby.

>

>

> Contact:

>

> Clay Thompson

>

> triumphtr7s@jclay.me

>

> 713-204-5612

>

> (sorry about line spacing, cant change it.)

>

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