Manvers Triumph

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Manvers Triumph

#1 Post by owen1183 » Mon Oct 26, 2009 4:06 pm

Just a note to say, I bought an electric fan & capillary controller kit from Manvers Triumph for £79

They look very good quality and a darn sight cheaper than kenlowe kits.

Also I spoke with Clive Manvers on the phone, he has some 2000's which have been broken so lots of parts available.

Top bloke and very pleasent to deal with.
76' P 2500S in Honeysuckle with Manual O/D

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Re: Manvers Triumph

#2 Post by CAR » Tue Oct 27, 2009 7:22 am

I must agree, I bought some sill chrome trims from him 2wks ago.
I was a bit concerned as to how he would post them to me, but they arrived inside a piece of 40mm (roughly!) rigid plastic pipe.
Rang him up to thank him and I found him very pleasant on the phone too.

So I'll second that recommendation.

Cheers Colin.
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