[TR] Learning to drive a TR

wbeech at flash.net wbeech at flash.net
Sat Mar 27 21:49:17 MST 2010

My daughter learned in an old Volvo P1800S, she did fine.  I would think
your TR4 is pretty rugged and as long as you are in an open area she should
be OK.  The good thing is that you are very close to the controls in a

Bill Beecher
'58 TR-3A TS/30766 L (rolling restoration) www.triumphowners.com/1566
"A Triumph is man's best friend, it always comes when it is called...of
course, some times it is difficult to make it go"
The opinions expressed, are my own, drive at your own risk.

-----Original Message-----
From: triumphs-bounces at autox.team.net
[mailto:triumphs-bounces at autox.team.net] On Behalf Of P Caffrey
Sent: Saturday, March 27, 2010 9:15 PM
To: list Triumph
Subject: [TR] Learning to drive a TR

Hi List,
This is a petty post to the List, but here goes....My TR4A is almost
complete with its restoration.  My niece is thrilled about it.  She wants
Uncle Pat (me) to teach her how to drive it.  The child has no experience in
driving a manual tranny....I'm thinking of renting/borrowing a manual tranny
car to teach her before getting her in the TR driver's seat....Anyone have
this experience?
TR4A '67
IRS, Toyota tranny

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