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  • oppositelocksmith
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    Very slick setup Tripp! Nice job!

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  • A Brit in Bama
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    Thanks for posting that,Jim. Interesting resource, and the switch plate looks very professional.

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  • Tripp74
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    Did a quick blog update....

    www.trippstr6.blogspot.com

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  • scmcgo
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    That new tan top looks striking on the black Jim.

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  • Tripp74
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    Tush, I almost forgot that it was you who put me wise to the fuel pump filter that came apart and allowed small bits of plastic to make their way into the carbs!
    Thanks again !

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  • Tripp74
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    She is a beauty Jim. Did you get your carb issues sorted?

    Cheers
    Tush
    Thanks Tush, yes the carbs are much better thanks to Poolboy's and Brosky's advise...it's not perfect, but very driveable. Hopefully next summer I'll get more miles on the car and things will continue to come together!

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  • Tush
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    She is a beauty Jim. Did you get your carb issues sorted?

    Cheers
    Tush

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  • Tripp74
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    I was neglecting the blog this past summer so, so here are some catch up photos!

    www.trippstr6.blogspot.com

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  • L.O. Guvna
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    just getting caught up on my reading. what a great story. those wire wheels look amazing on that black paint. and the red TR6 lettering on the rear wings - wow.

    this car will bring you joy for the rest of your life. congratulations, and thanks for letting me see the progress.

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  • vaportrail
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    Looking good Jim.

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  • baws
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    Bruce, I had never heard of Beatrice "Tillie" Shilling, so I did a Google search...what an amazing woman, thanks for asking the question!
    Yes, she invented "Miss Tilly's Orifice". Helped win the Battle of Britain.

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  • Tripp74
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    Thanks everyone for the kind words. Truth be told, without the 6-Pack and all the members who so willingly share their knowledge, Miss Tillie may well have become a parts car... hmy:

    Keith, as far as I know black was available on the TR250 but not the TR6.

    Bruce, I had never heard of Beatrice "Tillie" Shilling, so I did a Google search...what an amazing woman, thanks for asking the question!

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  • baws
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    Stunning 6 Jim! And did someone mention 2015 calendar? :whistle:

    A question: Is her name, "Miss Tillie", a reference to Beatrice "Tillie" Shilling?

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  • A Brit in Bama
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    That car looks amazing. I think black was the best colour Triumph never offered (they didn't offer black...right?)

    It looks great complimented by the spokes and redlines. And yes, the ooh-ahh factor of those triple ZS just adds to the package.

    Your blog was one of the first Triumph-related resources I encountered after getting Trevor, and I have followed it since - great to see Tillie on the road.

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  • SapphireBlue72
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    Thanks for the update with photos.
    Best in Class is pretty darn nice.
    She looks beautiful; like the redlines, too.

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