Learning from past experiences is how we grow as individuals. So, “How?” you may ask, did I end up with yet another Triumph Spitfire? Well, let’s just say that this time around, I wasn’t looking to explore the values of classic British car ownership. This time I was hunting for a profit. Some of you may remember the write up from a while back where I talked about buying the quintessential British roadster. It was a tale about what it was like to own and live with one of these not-so-modern vehicles. I learned the hard way about what “classic British motoring” really meant. Don’t worry, I haven’t had a sudden change of heart. The beauty of these old roadsters lies in their mechanical simplicity. Armed with not much more than a run-of-the-mill set of tools and a smidge of mechanical aptitude, a car like the Spitfire can be made mechanically “new” again without too much financial outlay. That makes it a wonderful candidate for a revitalization project. I’m going to show you how to turn an old Spitfire into a tidy profit by performing some straightforward, beginner-level repairs. Target Acquired If you want to grab a great price on… Read full this story
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