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    Attached are some poor phone images of a Triumph 2500S estate spotted at the weekend next to a farm barn. The guy had about 6 old motors all sadly rotting away. The estates (station wagons) had the TR6 engine with overdrive and must have been a great drive in their day. I also managed to find a googled image of one that is obviously cherised but they are as rare as rocking horse sh*t even as the saloons. Most I guess would have been robbed of the engine and gear boxes for TR6 use. Early ones had the PI engine but they dropped these as too much trouble! Did any make the States I wonder?
    Don





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    Don, the answer is yes, a few estates did make it over here.
    There was a member of our local club who had one. He has since moved to the east coast, so I don't know if he still has it.
    I seem to recall there being one at last years VTR convention that was held in San Luis Obispo.
    I owned a 2000 saloon for quite a while, eventually trading it for a TR6 cylinder head.
    CF1634U+O Pimento/Chestnut
    2nd owner, since 1975
    Now in Fair Oaks, CA

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