Welcome or ‘nau mai’ to the TR Register New Zealand
The TR Register NZ, formed in 1975 is a national car club for the enjoyment and promotion of the TR Marque in NZ. 300 members are spread over the whole country, so the country is split into 9 Regional Zones, 6 in the North Island and 3 in the South Island.
The aim of the TR club is to maintain a register of all TR’s and their derivatives which are in NZ, on and off the road. This provenance is available to all members and prospective members.
Like most car clubs in NZ each region organises its own runs, events and has regular get togethers, at various favourite watering holes, on agreed dates. These local events and meetings are displayed on the event calendar.
A National Event is held annually to draw members of different regions together. This National Weekend is held at various locations throughout NZ, alternating between the North Island and South Island.
Lockheed 9” brake drum needed for TR2 restoration project.
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Speedo reading 64,190
Triumph Light Blue with black trim
Extra new covers
Rare power steer option
Harcourt intake manifold
390 cfm carby
Exhaust headers and twin exhaust
15 x 7 Minilite rims
Very original, tidy car,
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Contact Keith Allott
Wanted; Triumph TR6 to buy. We have recently joined the TR Register and would really like to purchase a TR6. Anything considered. Call Steve King, 0275845454.
Triumph TR8 1980
Number Plate – CBD197
Kilometres / Miles – 101,388km / 63,000miles
Body – Silver Gold, 2 Door, Convertible
Fuel Type – Petrol
Engine – 8 Cylinder, 4500cc
Transmisssion – Manual
History – 2 Owners, Imported
Registration – Expires Oct 2018
Model Detail – TR8
Not A TR7 Mock-up
Genuine Factory TR8 (8 known to exist in NZ?)
4 Barrel Edelbrock Webber
Branched Inlet Manifold
3.5 Rover Stroked To 4.5
5 Speed Manual
4 Pot Calipers And Vented Rotors
14 Inch Minilite Alloys
Original Brakes And Wheels Included
New Soft Top
New Roll Bar
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I'm after a fan extension for my 1970 TR6, fits to the end of the crankshaft. Also wondering if there are any factory type mufflers out there.