TRiffic time had by all as club turns 21.
CLASSIC car enthusiasts came together to celebrate a special occasion yesterday.
The Coventry TR Register came of age with a rally to mark the 21st anniversary of the club exclusively for owners of the TR2 to TR7 range of Triumphs.
Drivers left the city's War Memorial Park to make their way to the Triumph Monument at the Standard Triumph Working Men's Club in Tile Hill.
They finished off the event with a barbecue and presentation ceremony.
Graham Gillespie, leader of the Coventry TR group, said: "It was a superb day.
"We had about 80 people turn up at the War Memorial Park and someone counted about 30 cars, which we were pleased about.
"A lot of people turned up who I didn't know had cars."
MANY HAPPY RETURNS: The celebration in the War Memorial Park (above) is joined by Boston the British Bulldog, club founders Margaret and David Glead, 11-year-old Rosie Gibbons and (far right) a gleaming example of the marque
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Jul 23, 2002|
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