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Web Updates

This week we have updated several albums in the gallery. More pictures of the current state of the restoration of the Aston-Martin DB5. We have replaced the lower doglegs and sills (aka rocker panels). The bodywork on most of the rear body is finished and in primer. The TR6 repaint in green is finished and has gone home. On the TR8, we have added a rollbar and toneau cover cutom made to fit. And lots of other things have been happening here. Also we have been getting back into regular listings on ebay, so look us up for any parts needs as well!

Enjoy the updated pics!

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Tech Session 2012

The Tech session was a huge sucess. This year we had over 85 people listening to the discussion. We thank everyone for coming and hope they all enjoyed themselves and the cars. I know many people enjoyed viewing the Aston-Martin DB5 Convertible we are restoring!  ***updated 8/1/2012. We have added the video from the session to youtube, so anyone that could not attend can see what transpired at the event. please click here.

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It was a packed house in Bally on Saturday!



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The Spring 2012 Tech Session subject will be Upholstery

An Update on our spring tech session coming up on March 31 2012. The topic this year will be on upholstrey. From the does and don'ts to making sure that new seat kit or carpet set turns out like a pro did it.If you could RSVP to us via the contact link so we can make sure we have enough food and seats for all that would like to be here it would be helpful, but not reqiured.

Spring Tech Session

Don't miss our spring tech session coming up on March 31 2012! The topic is still in the works and lunch will be provided as always. Last years event was very well attended with over 75 visitors, so please RSVP to us via the contact link so we can make sure we have enough food and seats for all that would like to be here.

Our New Website

We welcome you to our new version of the Triumph Rescue Website. After many years of our previous site we decided that it was time to refresh things a bit. The old site was beginning to show its age, and after some mock-ups and trial versions, we decided to "add a few more horsepower under the hood" as we can also do with your vehicles. If you notice any bugs, or would like to make any suggestions or comments about our new look, just drop us a note via the contact us links.

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