Item description for How to Restore Triumph TR7 & 8 (Enthusiast's Restoration Manuals) by Roger Williams...
The complete guide to completely restoring these Triumph models. Learn how to create a restoration plan and get the help you need. Tips show you how to restore the car in the most cost-effective way. Includes information on Clubs, specialists & suppliers. Information on welding & restoration techniques and the use of modern oils & fuels in Classic cars. The author explains the characteristics of the various Triumph TR Sports cars, what to look out for when purchasing one & how to restore it cost effectively.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.55" Width: 8.11" Height: 0.55" Weight: 1.72 lbs.
Release Date Jan 20, 2005
Publisher Veloce Publishing
ISBN 1904788246 ISBN13 9781904788249
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 TR7 & 8 (Enthusiast's Restoration Manuals)?
Great Book! Aug 15, 2006
This is a great book! It even has a section on hood replacement! Great photographs! Wish I had it when I started my rebuild. Combined with the Haynes book, they cover everything you want to know.
If this book had a complete wiring diagram, it would be perfect!
Fantastic, everything l need to know Mar 16, 2006
What a great book, it has everything that my husband needs to know to restore his Triumph Tr7
Welcome Update for TR7/8 Owners Jan 7, 2005
The "wedge" has always been the ugly stepchild of the British Sportcar family -- hence the few available books. Williams' book takes the point of view of restoring and keeping these cars on the road. It's not for the owner seeking concours information but the average owner will find all the right sections on uprating brakes, suspension, engine rebuilds, body shell repair and tuning. Particularly welcome are the chapters on Fuel Injection and the famous popup headlights -- common problem areas with heretofore few repair guides.
Every TR7/8 owner should have this book alongside the standard manuals. Resources recommended by Williams tend to be British and so North American owners will have to rely on the web to find suppliers.