just cant get past that my mums golf coach rolled up in a tr7 when i was about 10...even at that age i could tell he was a male hen and his car was very appropriate. probably the fact my step dad had a "proper" triumph (stag) at the time didnt help!
however no car has ever redeemed itself better with a v8 up front and a certain mr pond behind the wheel. cooler than a peguins ring!
I think the TR7 has matured well, when its given a little help with some decent wheels and a little knock with the lowering stick, this as a good example of some subtle changes works well. I think white is the best colour for a TR7 IMO>
Or going body coloured on the bumper works really well too...
They do look good in white in slightly more standard form, personally I find the widearch ones tend to look good in red, and red isnt a colour i tend to go for.
Not sure about the arches on this one, looks like a quality job though.
I like the idea of this bodykit on a hardtop with decent stance, not in yellow. Infact the idea of a 'Max Powered' TR8 doesnt seem like as bad one for some reason, i think they take quite well to a bodykit.
Not sure about this bodykit though. I didnt know they did Ferrari bodykits for TR7s. Just looks a bit too dumpy. Mabie it needs a roof to finnish it off?
Mabie it does. I think this bodykit is the same idea, but different. Them wheels tho
Think I might need to HotBox a Corgi one. I was going to do a scalextric one lowered on a lemans chassis, but diecast is cheaper. When I used to see them at shows I used to think of them like most people would a supercar.
The name of the wheels eludes me at the minute, but I think they're the Japanese equivalent of minilites, as seen on numerous examples of J tin. I'm sure someone will be along shortly to furnish us with the answer.