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1972 Triumph TR6


1972 TR6 runs and drives great. Engine rebuilt to use unleaded gas. All mechanicals rebuilt/reconditioned. Tube shock conversion/rear. Same owner for the last 18 years.


Did one of our current Board members come up an tap you on the shoulder?  No? Not yet?  Well expect it to happen and before you say no (or yes), take a look at the new IBCC Board Position Descriptions.


Now, you are informed and can say YES! YOUR IBCC NEEDS YOU!


Hey Folks,

I am still looking for someone to host the last Wednesday Night Drive of the season.  If you have a favorite eatery and would like to share, please step up and host the Drive to it.  Not sure how to set up a drive?  No problem!  Contact me and I will give you pointers and help anyway I can.



The date for the last Drive is October 25.  As this is the Drive, we will meet at Veterans Memorial Park by 6:30 p.m. with a departure at 6:45 p.m.  All you need to do is make arrangements with the eatery and plan the route. Easy Peasy!

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The annual review and approval of the IBCC By-laws have been completed.  The Board will present them to the Membership for vote at a future date.  Please review and look for vote date in the October Newsletter.

1968 MG MGB GT

Overdrive Transmission

A Daily Driver, restored for the purpose between 1986 and 1989. Stripped, rusted panel replacement, Refurbishment of what was possible and replacement of what was not with the objective of creating an as-new car for daily use, not for show. Over the years there have been a few modifications, all well documented such as the Overdrive Trans, Bosch Alternator, K&N air filters, etc, etc.. In 1989 and again in 1990, it won People’s Choice for MGB GT’s at Portland, OR Annual All British Field meet.

HS-4 SUs, upgraded electrical with relays, better than OE alternator. Improved lighting, and a few other minor amenities. etc, etc, etc.

In the last 5 yrs it has not received the driving or attention I think it deserves and after 28 yrs on the road, I want to pass it on to someone who will enjoy it.

$6,500 OBO

Had conv MGB at U of I in ’87 & planned to restore it one day for kids, never did. Found nearly identical B (VIN is off only 2 digits) with 56k original miles, clean, straight, orig tonneus. Impulse buy, but not a car for an inattentive 16yo girl.

1974 Triumph TR6

California car. No rust. Lots of upgrades.

California car. No rust. Lots of upgrades.  $8,250 OBO.

MGB roadster in Vermilion, with extra parts. Call for details.  $8,000 negotiable.

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