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At 10:00am on March 15, 2010, John H. O'Hara, Jr. said…
Good Morning Brian:
Thank you for the birthday wishes, I appreciate it.
This should be a good week, two training sessions for the 2010 Track Staff at Miller Motorsports Park and hopefully we start racing with an open track day March 27.
Thanks again.
At 8:15am on November 26, 2009, Martin said…
Unfortunately I dont know anyone with a Jag. (I do know someone with a good replica Porsche speedster body!)
I appreciate the work thats undoubtedly been done, but I think the problem you're up against is the original stuff thats out there. I've just driven a virtually concours Mk1 (with a few engine tweaks) in coventry for £7k. I've also seen an A1 Mk3 in Herefordshire for £6k!
Have you got the original interior?
At 6:06am on November 26, 2009, Martin said…
How did you come the value of £10,500. The car looks fabulous, but that price is extremely high for a GT6?
At 6:46pm on November 1, 2009, Romana DIDIER said…
Hi Brian, thanks very much for the shoes, I am delighted. They are red, just like your cars! I guess we have been at the time same place in 1988 or 1990, if a Jaguar won. I have attended Le Mans every year since 1977, I used to live near Paris at that time, now I live just one hour from Le Mans and I have got press accreditation since 1997. this year I wrote reports for three magazines and four issues following the race. I have always wished to go to Sebring, hopefully one of the teams I work for may go someday to take part in the great 12-hour race...
At 10:38pm on October 27, 2009, Jim Cantrell said…
Brian - thanks for the note. Just got baclk from lots of travel but did manage to see some CanAm cars this weekend at PIR for the HSR-West event. You are right - the big blocks have a vertain allure that is hard to replicate ! Cheers Jim
At 4:14pm on October 12, 2009, Hank Cornelius said…
What are you interested in? I have access to the Auburn-Cord -Duesenberg Museum.
At 8:50am on October 5, 2009, Hank Cornelius said…
A Duesenberg pocket watch - can you send me a photo of it? I have never seen one.
At 10:10am on September 22, 2009, Tammie Boyette said…
Hi Brian,
Thanks for the b'day wish. I hope our paths will cross in the near future at the track.
Have a great day! Best regards, Tammie
At 12:13pm on September 15, 2009, PAI Racing said…
Brian, I don't believe I have any, but I will look. I sold the car to a friend after I was hit by a small truck in it... I sold him that car, a parts car and another GT6+ that I was going to do a resto on. I believe he also has another (front end) wrecked GT6+ and a complete but apart Mk III. All of those cars are located in Niagara Falls NY. Cheers, Sean
At 6:26am on September 15, 2009, Andy Walker said…
Thanks, Brian! I appreciate the nice comment. Actually, the wheels are the "Minator" brand and they are a lot safer than the old wire wheels that were on the car. I, too, am a fan of Triumphs, especially Spitfires and GT6s!!!!
At 5:48am on September 1, 2009, Richard Hinton said…
Thanks for that Brian, Gary lives close to Brooklands and is in constant touch with them there.
At 9:40pm on August 25, 2009, Daniel Mensinger said…
Your GT6 looks like a runner. I've been a fan of Triumphs since a neighbors sons had a pair of TR3s. Lot's of fun in a small package.
At 11:23am on July 21, 2009, Stephen Page said…
Hi Brian
Great to have you on board !
Welcome to MyVRL.
Please personalize the appearance of your Home Page, join the Fiat, Triumph, Rover, Mercedes and your other favorite car Groups, post photos (and race videos if you have them) and invite your friends to join.
All the best - Stephen Page
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At 4:00am on July 21, 2009, BRIAN WALTON said…
boy do I look ugly in this pic!!!

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