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1977 Triumph TR7Review
tibags55 writes:
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Fun In The Sun Bring On Summer — Like the handling, speed, don't care for the Java Green prefer yellow, silver, black. Seems to be same problems with all the cars atleast Tr 7 get rid of the OEM fuel pump go electric remember to torque the head to prevent warping every three four months. Control grounding to maintain lights and electric. Fun to work on have had 5 of them now still like to mess with them down to only two. Think everyone who owns a Harley should have a Triumph in their garage too.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Pretty amazing how the Brittish can make these 4 cyclinders move 120MPH and American made V8s sound like their ready to explode around 80.  Head turning high priced Go Carts wrap right around you when your in the drivers seat.  Light and fast love the 2 dr wedges.

Cons: Not a family car just two seater..... not for winters couple inches of clearance only....built for summer fun bending corners on old country roads.

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1977 Triumph TR7Review
Thom writes:

Wakka Wakka — fun build. fun drive, Fun all around performance till it had to be sold. I encourage anyone who happens to see one in a junk yard or who finds one in a barn to not let it sit there, please, please, please! If you have love for cars at all find a good home for a TR7 or (god willing) a TR8, they really are the forerunners of automotive sports cars

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Its a triumph

Cons: Its a triumph

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1977 Triumph TR7Review
Joshua writes:

Its Ugly But Fast — It has the acordian style sun roof and it was shipped up from california a couple years ago, it was originally shipped from great briton so there for it has the 5 speen intstead of the 4 speed that was released in north america in 77

Pros: its friggin awsome

Cons: its ugly as sin

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