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Talk about style, that car is a work of art. I said in a previous post that I do not drool over cars, well I'll make an exception in this case. The only time that I have ever ridden in a Dicky seat was in that model car way back in 1963 and I think it's what set me yearning for a soft top.
 

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It's funny but the roadster that I had a ride in had just been bought for £50 and it was considered an over priced old banger that no one was interested in but the owner was forward thinking enough to see that it was an investment.
 

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I had photographed this Triumph Roadster 2000 at many classic shows and meets over the years before I actually met and chatted to the owner, Richard. Richard bought the Triumph in 1969 when he was 23 and it has been gradually improved over the years.
 

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Nice photo Nick! (y)...
 
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