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See Vintage Triumph's Tomorrow


The Vintage Triumph Register (VTR) has been holding their national convention this week in Valley Forge. Tomorrow, the convention rolls into Phoenixville with a car show that will feature close to 300 vintage Triumphs lining Bridge St.

From their press release

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July 20, 2007, the Vintage Triumph Register http://www.vtr.org/ will hold their National Convention Concours and Participants Choice Show from 10:00am until 3:00pm on the streets of Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. VTR’s Chief Judge, Darrell Floyd, anticipates a large turnout, as it has been many years since VTR has met in the Mid–Atlantic Region! Enjoy the chanced to see some of the finest TR2’s, TR3’s, TR4’s, TR250’s, TR6’s, TR7’s, TR8’s, Spitfires, GT6’s, Herald’s, Stag’s, Italia’s, in the country. The host club, Delaware Valley Triumphs, Ltd http://www.delvaltrs.org/ will present "Triumphs Forge Ahead" to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Triumph TR3A. Join your fellow Triumph and classic car enthusiasts and visit http://www.VTR2007.com today for additional information. Only registered Vintage Triumph Register members will be allowed to display cars.
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Too bad its on a Friday but, if you are a car enthusiast, this sounds like a good reason to come down with something overnight.

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