1962 Triumph TR4
We are selling our older refurbished 1962 Triumph TR4. Engine runs well, body solid, good tires, interior, decent paint, chrome
and top & should be easily certified. Problems -well, clutch/hydraulics problem. $11,000 as is, or $13,000 running & fully certified.
Contact Norm Mort at firstname.lastname@example.org
BTW- We will be looking for an MGA replacement. (May 2017)
Jag Mk II, 340, 1968
Downsizing--so--for sale--Brit Racing Green, tan leather, auto, second owner, excellent glass, chrome, interior, and condition. Chrome wire
wheels. Winter airtight bagged. Daily driver and drives like a beautiful pussycat.
NOTE, the 340 was the last year of the Mk II production. Jag finally got rid of the clunky truck bumpers and designed these classy stylish
Jim Reid's Jag is a beautiful classic, and is at Steve Hayes Classic Automotive Repair, 5490 Hinchinbrook Rd, Hartington, K0H 1W0
613 583 4311 for viewing and test drives.
Bargain at $35,000.
1972 Triumph TR6 Feb. 12, 2018
Body & paint (Damson) redone by previous owner, who replaced rad, alternator &
slave cylinder. Shows 48,000 miles.
Engine rebuilt in 2010-11 by Andrew Taylor : .20 over pistons, mild cam, dual side
draft Webers, rebuilt crank, re-machined head, complete clutch assembly,
stainless exhaust, roll bar, engine bay repainted correct Damson.
I have put on 3000 in past 5 years, and replaced water pump, fuel pump, tires,
wheel rings, springs, shocks, front & rear brakes, emerg. brake cables, wheel
bearings, u-joints, condenser, points, plugs, wires, distributor.
New seat covers with new padding, new solid oak dash, Pioneer AM/FM with big
speakers, Grant mahogany steering wheel & shifter. New Robbins top professionally installed Sept. 2017.
Located in Barry's Bay, ON. $15,000 FIRM.
Call Eric, 613-756-2763, evenings 6pm - 11pm.
1975 MG Midget
Restored & renovated with an earlier 1275 cc engine
Close to show condition
Top and tonneau in excellent condition
Appraised 2009 as Condition 3 at $7500 to $8500
New tires, 2010, master cylinder 2011
Located in Napanee
A fun car to drive despite its smallness
Photos and appraisal on request
Contact Dan or Lynda via email at email@example.com or phone 613-354-0831
MGB Carpet Set
Black carpet set for 1968-1980 MGB. New from Stock Interiors. Asking $150-175 CDN. Will bring set to Autojumble May 7th if still available.
Contact Peter 613-284-0840 (Apr 2017)
Good Junk For Sale! January 9, 2018
- TR8 (carb) - NOS Lucas 35DE8 distributor pickup module and base plate – $150. Includes plate with electronics and external wiring. Very rare and impossible to find. Lucas p/n DAB114; Triumph p/n AAU3988. Also fits many Bentley, Rolls Royce & Aston Martin V8s of early 1980’s as well as some other Rover 3500 apps
- TR7/8 carpet - long piece that goes along door opening – both sides – tan – NEW - $40
- TR8 alloy wheel and tire – came as spare in my TR8 – curb damage, but holds air – FREE
- TR7/8 right side vent tinted window and frame – minor abrasion on glass - $50
- TR4A grill - $150 - very straight but is lacking the lower middle two mounting brackets and has some minor deterioration of the aluminium at the bottom of the turn signal pods. This also fits a TR250 but is visually different as it has a crank hole
- TR4A chrome bits (tail-lights, side-lights, pair of rear over-riders, …)
- late TR2/early TR3 top – black – original on our ’56 TR3, fair condition - $30
- TR2/3 trunk lid – dip and stripped - $150
- TR2 long doors – pair – rough but useable - $200
Parts are currently on Wolfe Island but can be brought to a club event.
If interested, email Brian at ThomasB@QueensU.Ca
The Complete OFFICIAL Triumph 1967-1973 GT6, and GT6 MK 3 drivers handbook and workshop manual Robert Bentley missing covers $10
Triumph TR2 and TR3 spare parts catalogue FREE
Contact Barry 613-273-5036
FOR SALE --------- 4 – WIRE WHEELS 14”x 4.5” of a 65 MG.
Sandblasted – Epoxy Primed – Painted Silver – 2012 price $ 250.00 ea.
Sell for $150.00 ea.
Call Jim @ 613–962–3049 in Belleville.
Complete triple chrome plating setup for sale.
This system comes complete with the capacity to do acid copper, “flash copper” (will plate copper over just about any metal),
nickel, “copy chrome”, (a nickel based system that plates close to a chrome colour), and chrome, plating.
The tanks have a capacity of 4.5 gallons, so quite large items can be plated. You use the copper plate to “prime” the part,
and fill in small imperfections, (a lot like high build primer in a paint system). Then you sand and polish the part to a mirror
finish and proceed to nickel plate it. After the nickel plate you buff the part again and then either leave it or go on to the chrome
plating. A couple of minutes in the chrome plate will do most parts with decorative chrome. The copper and nickel systems take the
metal from anodes which will slowly get eaten up and need to be replaced. In the chrome setup, the chrome comes out of the solution
on to the part. The 4.5 gallon chrome tank will plate about 1000 square feet of chrome! I have used only about maybe 30 or 40 square feet.
This setup comes with all the tanks, heaters, circulating pumps, and chemicals you need. It’s housed in a counter on wheels,
with the tanks set in flush with the counter and storage underneath, and lights and storage over top. There is a fume hood over
the chrome tank. There is also some zinc plating solution which will do bright (shiny) zinc plating. Also the chemicals to do zinc
chromate (a gold coloured finish) and zinc blackening (a black finish) are included. A tank with acid for stripping chrome plate
and one for rust removal are included as well. The plating manual and other documentation go with it too.
I have used this setup to plate hundreds of parts on my E-Type Jag, my 1947 Buick Super, my 1968 Spitfire, and more.
We are moving and I have to downsize a bit. The chemicals can’t freeze and the garage I’m moving to isn’t heated all the time
like the one I’m leaving.
E-mail me for more info and pictures.
I’m asking $950 for everything, but I’m open to offers or trades.
Contact Jim VanAlstyne at 613-352-3589, or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org (Sept 2016)