[TR] How did the factory add on factory options
triumphstag at gmail.com
Thu Jun 4 12:37:50 MDT 2020
Thanks,. The forth photo on the right hand side looks like there is
Standard 10 Pennant. I recognize the chrome strip. My mother drive one. I
recall it was build in '57.
On Thu, Jun 4, 2020 at 11:24 AM Don Hiscock <don.hiscock at gmail.com> wrote:
> Here's what part of the Coventry production lines looked like in 1958.
> Maybe this will give some insight into how things were done. It's clear
> S-T campaigned body colors, and possibly interior colors too.
> Jonmac and I were having an email conversation about some of the regional
> customization the other day (around lighting regulation differences across
> the continent in the day) that might be relevant here, too. John noted
> that customization could be done in line production, in Sales Conversion,
> off-line before dispatch by train, or by the selling dealer. Where options
> were added relate to how deep they're built into the car. Adjustable
> steering on a sidescreen car would obviously be done on the line.
> Windscreen washers and mirrors, for example, were usually done by the
> Saint Louis
> On Thu, Jun 4, 2020 at 12:46 PM Sujit Roy <triumphstag at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm just wondering how the factory added options to cars.
>> Did the production line have branches off the main line at certain stages
>> and then they would merge back on the main line? Or were the cars lifted
>> off the line with some crane?
>> Sujit Roy
>> Cupertino, California
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