1975 Triumph 2000 MK2 facelift
British Racing Green
6 cylinder (1998cc)
Manual with overdrive
My dad first bought the car back in 2004. After a few years due to health issues, I traded Dad my Automatic 2000 (BEL) in return for this one
Upgrade and Mods List (In rough chronological order)
Spin-on oil filter adapter,
Aldon Flamethrower coil and Ignitor combination,
Halogen headlights with relay system.
Stainless steel semi-sport exhaust system,
Red Rotor Arm (Hardly a mod or an upgrade but a simple change that solved many issues!)
Triumph Stag/2.5 5-spoke alloys,
Alfa Romeo 156 Momo front seats,
Triumph Stag front brake conversion,
Stainless braided brake pipes,
Lucas FT8 foglights.
Future plans and possible upgrades
Stag rear brakes (possibly),
New springs and shocks,
Poly bushes all round,
- 159 seatsWhilst spending most of the time working on BELa I have managed to get a few odd jobs completed on HaLO in between. I have swapped over the tired looking front bumper...
- A few jobs and a scavenger huntWhat with still being busy training and what not, substantial car works have been slowed however with the Cheshire, Staffs and Shrops Triumph group Scatter Rally over the weekend, I decided to...
- Complicated rescue missionIts been a busy few months and training for a new career has meant that I haven’t really had time to do any real work on BELa. Unfortunately however the garage in...
- MOT timeIts that time of year again, the MOT is due. Obviously with that comes a bunch of pre-checks and a vauge sense of worry. This entire weekend was consumed by such checks...
- Stop that car!Nasty grinding noises have led to an upgrade with more financial gains than technical ones. Recently all of a sudden the brakes on the 2000 started grinding badly. A quick inspection through...
- New Seats – Part 2As mentioned in Part One. The rails of the Alfa Momo seats are 14.5″ apart whilst the Triumph rails are 15″ apart. Couple that with the bolt holes not lining up, seat...