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TR3’s are the epitome of the ole gearhead adage ;
“Its more fun to drive a slow car fast than it is to drive a fast car slow ”
Add to the fun a sense of style with just a touch of whimsy .. and beyond all the Lucas Prince of Darkness electronics and non-existent reliability that is the very essence of classic British iron .
Contemporary memories of the 20 something young man in my neighborhood with a TR3 he inherited driving by my house on the way out or in the area . Ahhh … the smells .. the sounds [ ok at 2 am the sounds aint so pleasant 😉 ] but most of all .. the looks of the thing as he drives on by … reminding me of the Conservatory days friend who has one as his daily driver back in the madcap
Suffice it to say I’ve never wanted one … but I sure does love em
Anyone thats a fan of Haruki Murakami is ok by me . I’m in the mists of ” The Wind Up Bird Chronicles ” as well as ” Absolutely On Music ” ( with Seiji Ozawa .. yes I’m a two or more books at once kind of guy ) and awaiting the release of his new short story collection . Truly Murakami is the Magritte / Dali of the written word
Filming has really stepped up the game in the last few videos. More dynamic shots and interesting movements, very well done. Normally I want more from the owner, I want to hear the story and feel the passion they have. The first 10 seconds of this video all the words are not needed and its perfect!
All car people have had a time and a place where we have the same look as we figure out the directions of how we want to push ourselves and our cars on that brisk empty road Sunday…a moment thats just ours!