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roberto nasser said:   December 28, 2012 7:57 am PST
good car, good guys.

René RUFENACHT (#972 NEMGTR, TD 1951) said:   December 27, 2012 6:21 am PST
Dear Dough! I'm a TD51 owner since Nov.1., 1962. I was watchmaker for 50years and have a lot of knowledge in chronometric instruments, could help with outr. instruments. I got badly infected at the age of 10 and got helpless injured by the P51 syndrome (RR/Packard engines/sound), but that's a longer story...If you think I may be of help regarding chronos you may contact me without any obligstions! Stay tuned, and have always enough 'air' under the wings if you still are flying! Octagonally Ren�©

Larry Johns said:   December 10, 2012 10:17 am PST
I found a 1949 tc-exu all torn down and about 99% restored original . but it wasn't cheap to do a frame off--approx $50,000 but what fun it has been. Larry

Mike Hipsher said:   December 7, 2012 12:32 pm PST
My TD has been parked for 42 years, at least garaged, driven by a 17-old before that. I'm trying to get it going again and looking for information from any where T-types hang out.

Henry Masters said:   December 3, 2012 2:26 pm PST
TC basket case! Hoping to restore before I'm a casket case.

Graeme Evans said:   November 29, 2012 9:01 pm PST
Doug you come highly recommended as the very best TC parts supplier, look forward to purchasing from you.

Don Blank said:   November 29, 2012 12:20 pm PST
Restored TC 5525 several years ago. But, maintenance and improvements always necessary. Looking forward to working with a true TC guy.

Tom Lubrán said:   November 22, 2012 7:32 am PST
I have TC2010 and TC7102. TC2010 is running after renovation, but TC7102 is still in basket after 4o year. Now it's time to building it up. Thanks for your site!

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