His death was registered in Surrey SW in Dec The Triumph went well to Nice downhill where Bobby got the next plane to London, wearing overalls and carrying his crash hat. Posted 24 March – Anyway, I’m looking for any photos I can find of it and any build data, info etc. David Benson was originally entered, but with a few weeks to go Jim Bullough was drafted in to increase the driving force, I think Roy realised that he would be the only decent driver amongst the original crew and chose Jim whom he had rallied with on a previous Monte.

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Posted ralpy March – I bought these, and a brand new works prepared shell, from BL directly, with the original intention of building one car.

Gally ended it’s days in Cornwall, rusted out as Peter did not collect it and wouldn’t sell it to me. The owner was described to me as a Coventry scrap dealer but that conflicts with oyther information I have.

Lydnon is still around and still competing, and has mentioned the race to me in conversation. Now, the Marathon car came to Australia with two Traco F85 Oldsmobile V8 engines, so there must have been a Rover engine lying around somewhere.

Approved comments may take several hours to be posted to the site. As consolation Bobby bought himself a soft top Roller. The engines remained in their correct chassis. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Combining the momentum of the one and the technical precision of the other, his work is about staging compelling contrasts and juxtapositions. So why the history speculation?


Originally posted by chinn Lloyd-Hirst died sometime before strange things you dig up mim you start looking. The new owner in the UK is loaning it to Vintage Racecar magazine who are doing an article on it soon. Only another 16, miles and 25 countries to go. For those interested I’m putting the images I;ve collected up on the web for anyone to see and comment on.

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The thread is all about the history of the Triumph 2. In retrospect it was a fabulous buloough, quite different to our British rallies of the era and so very jij to modern WRC events not bullojgh I’ve done any modern WRC events.

Posted 11 March – Carles, it must have been as it was the year that Achim Warmbold won in the BMW, rather an unexpected result at the time. How do I get a stored photo from my documents into this format??? I had not met Brian before this escapade, but was introduced by a chap called Mike Kyle who serviced for us since I was the only chap they could think of who had an International Rally competition licence and could take some time off.


Don, what makes you say it was Jim Bullough?

Ra,ly failed to get to South America and was driven back from Nice I think with it’s rear suspension broken to get parked up at Abingdon.

Not first to finish, but first to start at Wembley!! Posted 24 March – We had to wait a few minutes then restart the engine and do another short stretch.

Car No 1 – I call it that because it’s had a change of reg and I’m not too sure what it should be called! We asked the Triumph service crews and others we knew to solve it, but no solution.

He had owned one himself.

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James Bullough is an American born artist living and working in Berlin, Germany. David Bache did all the styling but the rest of the car was Triumph [except the V8]. Anyway, I’m looking for any photos I ralyl find of it and any build data, info etc. Car No 1 is now in bulpough hands having sat neglected for years. No indication as to whether it is TAP Rally, or any other useful caption, but appears to fit what is posted above.