[TR] For those getting the...

Andrew S. Mace zoboherald at aol.com
Tue Jul 9 07:24:12 MDT 2019

 Ah, yes, the fabled "Ferguson tractor engine," which, of course, was actually a Standard-Triumph engine that happened to have been developed for the Vanguard AND the Ferguson tractor, and ultimately also used in a few little sports cars -- TRs, I believe they were called. ;)
The engine in question here actually started out at a whopping 803cc and eventually grew all the way to 1.5L in four-cylinder form and to 2.5L in six-cylinder form!
--AndyAndrew Mace
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From: Michael Porter <mdporter at dfn.com>
To: Triumphs <triumphs at autox.team.net>
Sent: Sun, Jul 7, 2019 10:27 pm
Subject: [TR] For those getting the...

... Motor Trend channel, the most recent episode of "My Classic Car" is 
on a car show in upstate NY, and features a couple of minutes on a 1958 
TR10 in the show, which is reputed to be in virtually (slight 
modification to the accelerator pedal) original condition.  The owner, 
quite willing to show it off, nevertheless makes the rookie error of 
saying it had a "Ferguson tractor engine"  (the engine in the 10 was a 
948cc derived from new designs in 1953, and as far as I know, was never 
shared with Ferguson).

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