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XXIV
THE CAST OF CHARACTERS
1969 TR6, Comm. No. CC29449LO, Owned by Randy and Marilyn
Phillippi, TRF Friend and Car Restorer, White
I wanted to include Randy's car among our "Cast of Characters," as it is a different
type of example than any of the others.  All of the others have been restored, and two of
them have been brought back from the dead.  Randy found his car last year in excellent
condition within eighty miles of his home and for sale at a reasonable price, considering
its fine original condition.
Randy is a long-term British car enthusiast, having owned a variety of sports cars
and other British cars over many years.  He has restored several TR6's for himself, and
he has helped with a number for others, including my own 1976 TR6 as well as my
TR5 (three times over twenty years).  He drives a new Mini, and he built a V-8 MGB-
GT for his wife Marilyn.  He knew he wanted a nice TR6, and he had the knowledge to
realize when he had found a good deal.  He checked Hemmings and other on-line sites
and followed up other leads.  The car he found had been picked up in England
originally and brought back to Florida.  It had had several owners, it had never been
driven very much, and it had ended up in Pennsylvania.  It currently shows around
16,000 miles on the odometer, and various evidence shows that this is probably
accurate, although it has been repainted.
Randy and Marilyn Phillippi's TR6 in Original Condition
Interior View of the TR6

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