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PostPosted:Sun Mar 07, 2021 7:32 pm 
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Was out and about in my Triumph 2000 Mk2 today and caught a Sienna Brown Toledo coming into Hadnall just north of Shrewsbury, Shropshire on the A49. Anyone on here? Smelt lovely, not often one gets to smell uncatalysed exhaust from another trummy these days :lol:

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Was out and about in my Triumph 2000 Mk2 today and caught a Sienna Brown Toledo coming into Hadnall just north of Shrewsbury, Shropshire on the A49. Anyone on here? Smelt lovely, not often one gets to smell uncatalysed exhaust from another trummy these days :lol:
You must have met yourself coming back Callan :lol: Hadn't realised you were on here.

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Though my Toledo is Maple, if you were in a light blue Triumph 2000 then this was me, as I doubt there was another brown Toledo driving on the A49 that day.
Seeing another triumph on the road is quite rare nowadays, so it's always nice to be able to make a bit of an event of it and give a good wave when you see another, to be able to add smell a vision is an added bonus and it's sounds (smells) like the colour tune did it's job.


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Though my Toledo is Maple, if you were in a light blue Triumph 2000 then this was me, as I doubt there was another brown Toledo driving on the A49 that day.
Seeing another triumph on the road is quite rare nowadays, so it's always nice to be able to make a bit of an event of it and give a good wave when you see another, to be able to add smell a vision is an added bonus and it's sounds (smells) like the colour tune did it's job.
Ahh, my bad on colour. Didnt realise it was a triumph until quite close so only caught it was brown, guessed sienna. Aye, not often does one see another triumph in the world nowadays, always nice when you do though. I love about 7 miles from where I spotted you and have a brown Dolomite, may catch me at a show or something this year fingers crossed.

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