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The Number One Club for owners of Triumph's range of small saloons from the 1960s and 1970s.
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Future Club member hopefully!
Future Club member hopefully!

Joined: Tue Feb 05, 2019 3:19 pm
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Location: UK South Coast
The Mayor of Havant's charity run for classic vehicles starts at Havant Civic centre and ends at around 12:30 onwards at Fort Purbrook near Waterlooville. Hopefully I should make it to the finish. If you fancy a look at some local classic cars and bikes watch out for a mimosa yellow sprint.

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A very good turn out of cars and bikes on a bright but chilly day. No other Dolomites apart from the band ( " The Dolomites" ) who were pretty good rock-and-rollers. There were a couple of Stags and Herald/Vitesses, a TR7, and possibly a Triumph 2000 which I didn't actually see, and likewise possibly some older two-seaters. Its always impressive to see how smart virtually every car is at these events.


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