Another TR7 On Offer … Yes!
The CCLP tells us…
(All words and photographs from the CCLP).
Just when one TR7 has driven off with a new driver another one arrives to be offered to a young driver in the Classic Car Loan Project (CCLP). This innovative, much-praised and worthwhile scheme enables young drivers to get the chance to drive a classic car for up to a year, in the hope that it will encourage new generations of enthusiasts to become interested in using and enjoying the classics.
Andy Clemmit, self-declared Triumph hobbyist, contacted Bob Wilkinson of the CCLP offering a 1980 TR7 (RHD) and even to deliver it from his home in France!
The car, a hardtop in green, was on show at the TR Register event at the Great British Car Journey site when a first TR7 was handed over to young driver Oliver. The latest car is in the care of the TR Register and is being prepared ready to hand over, for a year, to a selected young driver at the NEC Classic Car Show in November.
Allan Westbury, TR Register Chairman, said “What a great opportunity for a young enthusiast. This is a great sports car for a new entrant to the classic scene. We will be giving good support throughout the loan period.”
Bob Wilkinson, CCLP Director said, “I am delighted to be working in partnership with the TR Register following Andy’s generous offer. This is a great way to attract the next generation.”
Fancy having the TR7 for a year ? More details of the 20+ loan cars and how to apply via the website classiccarloanproject.co.uk
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