Tagged Eric Wilhelm

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TRIUMPH TR2/3: Launch of a Legacy

When the era of sports cars launched after World War II with the success of the Jaguar XK120 and MG TC, Standard-Triumph wanted in on the market. But the company needed a model that would hold its own in terms of design and performance. The TR2, which debuted in 1953, possessed not only the formula…

Under the Bonnet: Steering System Lubrication

A question commonly asked of us is how to lubricate the later MGB steering racks, which do not have a lubrication nipple. In searching for a definitive answer, I discovered that lubrication of these later steering racks is not a scheduled maintenance item, and as such, there are no “factory” instructions for lubricating them in service….

Wally and Chris making sure our T-series crankshafts are just right.
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Moss Crew – Research and Development

From Moss Motoring 1983 We would like to take this opportunity to’ say a few words about the people who work so enthusiastically in our various Research and Development departments. Eric Bishop received his education in Journalism at San Jose University. Being a member of a long-time racing family gives Eric, the proud owner of…

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Product Development – Making Obsolete Parts Available Again

From Moss Motoring 1983 Product Development is one of the most important areas of any growing business. It is particularly important in the British sports car field, since these cars are now out of production and parts are becoming obsolete at an alarming rate. Parts used exclusively for pre-1970 cars are now almost totally unavailable…

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