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01-Aug-2016 07:47

At that time I did not have a Triumph car but later that month I purchase LBY 740K a Triumph 2000 Mark 2 1972 model, colour royal blue.

The car in my opinion at that time was a condition 2 going down to a condition 3.

So you'll be able to use the Zoom F4 mounted under your camera (something I can't do with my H6).

If you’re a Triumph 2000 2500 2.5 Register member, why not send in a picture of your car for our gallery (two pictures max please).

Since buying the car I have found that the original colour was a very pale blue and was sprayed in 2006 after much body work restoration a royal blue.

‘OWF’ is an automatic and the mileage is an original 76,000.

‘OWF’ is all matching no’s, unmessed with and drives superbly. I joined the 2000 Register in November 2010 at the NEC Show.

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I have attached a couple of photo’s of my recently acquired (30/06/12) Triumph 2000 if you would like to include them on your Members Cars section of the clubs website.

OWF 616M was built on 21/6/73 and despatched on 26/6/73 to the supplying dealer Robert B. ‘OWF’ was registered on 1/1/74 and stayed in Yorkshire & Worcestershire until I purchased ‘OWF’ on 30/6/12. The Triumph is in excellent original condition and is finished in Mallard (106) with Grey (78) Ambla trim.

Here's one new product from Zoom i've already went ahead and ordered.

I've been looking at the Zoom F8 Multitrack Recorder for some time, but now that they have just announced this less expensive Zoom F4 Recorder with similar features as the F8, it's pretty much a done deal for me.

Please note some of the pictures and descriptions on here are fairly old now, so some cars may have changed hands.If you know of any that have, please let the webmaster know.