The main showroom with a few of the great cars that Charles
beauty is his daily driver, mentioned in the weekly email
newsletter that he sends every Thursday evening/Friday morning.
would be a ball to get out onto Route 403.
who's attended a major Triumph event knows about this car.
need to use and to know when going fast.
not have time to prep the cars, or they would have been gleaming
to Charles, the only time that he doesn't drive this is when
there is salt on the road. I don't drive mine then either,
so I understand.
That is one
mean looking Triumph.
adding this to your next list of TR6 resto-parts?
beginning of the inside tour. My wife really is a good
could not believe how much inventory they have on hand.
from rotor caps to TR3 seat frames.
Some guys mount deer or elk.
Charles mounts frames.......
There are cars stored
everywhere in here, right along with the new parts.
Ever wonder how parts no
longer available are redesigned to fit properly?
This was not a trophy, per
se, but I'm sure that Charles has a reason for it
to be on the wall, along with the other frames and cars below.
Just another BIG room full of
rows and rows of parts.
Of course, nothing good
happens for any of us until it gets out of here.
Honey, is this what I really
need to be doing this afternoon?
Tom just finished this
complete rebuild and was getting this ready to mount
on the crate when I arrived. There will be one happy guy
by this Friday.
They have a great inventory
of spares for the CAR Rebuilding program.
Here's Dave and Tom in the
CAR rebuilding shop.
sitting and waiting their turn in the job que.
how many cars could be built from this inventory.
John hard at work in his office.
busy keeping an eye on Dave as he starts showing us the wall.
in the bottom right and Tim at his desk behind him.
If you ever
wondered what it looks like on the other side of the phone,
this is Dave's little slice of Heaven in Armagh, PA.
walls are covered with fascinating memorabilia.
spend hours looking at the artwork and reading all of the fine print.
A few shots
of some TRF Summer Party's of yesteryear.
to the Runyan family and to all of the TRF employees.
It's nice to know that old
fashioned courtesy to customers has not gone out of style.