Item description for How to Restore Triumph Tr2, Tr3 and Tr3A (Enthusiast's Restoration Manuals) by Roger Williams...
This manual uses the hands-on experience of five TR restoration specialists to help you learn how to accomplish many different restoration processes for your TR. It explains the many different characteristics of all of the Triumph TR models. Chapters tell you how to choose the project car, what and how to restore yourself, and which jobs to leave to the experts. Every aspect of the restoration process is explained in detail, and supported by more than 450 photographs or illustrations. It also contains a list of parts and service suppliers. Enthusiast Restoration Manual Series.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.4" Width: 8.1" Height: 0.6" Weight: 1.8 lbs.
Release Date Jun 23, 2002
Publisher Veloce Publishing
ISBN 1903706157 ISBN13 9781903706152
Availability 0 units.
More About Roger Williams
Roger Williams (c. 1604-1689) was an orthodox and extreme Puritan who advocated religious liberty and the separation of church and state. He was founder of the Rhode Island colony.
Roger Williams currently resides in Berkeley, in the state of California.
Reviews - What do customers think about How to Restore Triumph Tr2, Tr3 and Tr3A (Enthusiast's Restoration Manuals)?
How to Restore Triumph TR2, TR3 & TR3A Jan 8, 2008
Good book for the restorer of TR cars which my husband is. He liked this gift.
An Excellent Guide Nov 27, 2003
An excellent guide to restoration issues, and repair hints. Almost 200 pages with good attempts at clear pictures, illustrating the challenges you will encounter.
Almost got it right Aug 6, 2002
This is a good basic book on the resto of the TR2-3B series. Although I was disappointed in the lack of detail on the electrical system, carbs, brake lines, fuel lines and so forth. The sticklers to restoring these cars is getting the details right and this has like a 10,000 ft overview rather than a detailed coverage. One other glaring note, there are too many references to the TR4 car in this book. The author should have chosen to write one book at a time rather than attempt to put out 2 book on the TR2-3B and the TR4 series. It show because of the constant use of illustrations and comparisons of the TR2-3B to the TR4, this does not help in the restoration of this car.