Steve Issac has found a great company for upholstery work. It is J-B Upholstery Automotive & Truck U 105 Highland Avenue, Circleville, Ohio 43113 James Stauffer, Owner 614-477-1757. They do everything for cars except convertible tops. Steve says they are very reasonable.
Everyone, welcome Samuel Lyons to the club! Samuel has a 1970 Spitfire that is a family heirloom. He notes that he is looking forward to learning from everyone and working on his Spit.
Bill Blake writes: I had my original top on my 1974 TR6 replaced recently at a Robbins authorized installer, a place called Reliable Upholstering in Newark. I was on the wait list for 6 weeks but got the call and got it into their shop. They are located about 6 blocks west of downtown Newark.
As everyone knows, Buckeye Triumphs will be hosting the 2016 6-Pack TRials. There is some information available at the 6-Pack website. Additionally, I’m setting up a page on our own website for additional information as it becomes available. John
What else can we do in mid February? Look at old parts and literature and talk British cars. Worked for me. The youngest participant was a 9 year old boy, the oldest was ?????? Thanks to Central Ohio MG Owners Club and Buckeye Triumphs for sponsoring. Show co-chairs were Bill Blake and Bob Forsblom. Thanks
Happy New Year everyone! The holidays are “over” – well not quite. Our 17th annual holiday party is coming up on Saturday, January 23rd at the Old Horseshoe restaurant in Johnstown, OH – Please RSVP here by leaving a comment on the Facebook page or email Jim VanOrder or myself. Bill Blake is planning a “Cabin
This year’s (or technically, next year’s) holiday party has been scheduled. Check out this link for more info.
Welcome to the revised Buckeye Triumph website. In the last newsletter I spoke about change that happens in life and mentioned that’s true even in a club established to promote the preservation of Triumph automobiles. Here is what I wrote, which summarized what is going on: For some time I’ve been thinking about the future
By Bill Blake www.macysgarage.com I stopped by Macy’s Garage last Friday the 11th, it is located just north of I-70 the last exit before I-75. Going north thru an urban retail sprawl you reach a commercial area with newer metal buildings. Driving back in the complex one finds Macy’s Garage. Mark and Tonda Macy gave