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PostPosted:Tue Dec 01, 2020 8:29 pm 
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Hello guys
I think I've got Triumph Dolomite 1850 with gearbox - please refer to the photos.
Well equipped - Ignition, Starter, Generator even with belt, 2 Carbs , etc. - all in place.
The condition is fair.
Maybe someone needs it?
BN22 0TN, Eastbourne.
Please advice on the price.
Really needs to get off it, sorry.
It will be very sad if you just have to throw it away....
max@vitrocad.com,
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PostPosted:Tue Dec 01, 2020 10:48 pm 
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Hi Max

I am looking for a replacement 1850 engine, ideally a known good one. Have an overdrive g/b and all ancillaries

Do you have any info on its history?

Thanks pm me if you wish

Cheers
Jeff

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PostPosted:Wed Dec 02, 2020 12:16 am 
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Hi Max, I don't want to bust your bubble, but I believe that motor and certainly the gearbox, to be a refugee from a TR7, rather than a an 1850, which would make it a 2.0 litre as well. Not that the engine won't (with some mods) fit a Dolomite but the gearbox is problematic and the engine isn't a direct swap.

Sorry, Steve

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