TR4, TR4A; replica of
original design, chromed; no drilling
required, fits under hinges and license
TR4, TR4A; bolt-on type
requiring holes to be drilled, chromed;
replica of Amco rack offered as an
option when the cars were new
TRIUMPH TUCK BOXES
"TRF TUCK BOXES COMMEMORATE the TRIUMPH TEAM
PRIZE AT LeMANS in 1961"
These special tuck boxes commemorate the 1961 LeMans race where
Triumph won the coveted Georges Durand trophy for the highest placing team
of cars. Ostensibly, TRF's tuck boxes are replicas of boxes used for carrying
spare parts to LeMans. Actually, you can use them to lock up your goodies at
school, to store your race car parts, to keep your tools safe, to hide your
sweaters, or for anything else that you
like. Boxes are made of heavy-duty
plywood and fitted with strong hinges,
hasps, and side handles. They are
painted in battle-ship grey and screened
in blue with Triumph logos and LeMans
insignia. Tuck boxes are made to order.
Allow a few weeks if you need one for
a special occasion, and let us know the
date of the occasion when you order...
Triumph Tuck Box,
25 in. x 19 in.
x 12 in. (approx. size); plywood box,
painted grey, with side handles, hinges,
hasp; Triumph shield emblem, etc. as marked
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