Triumph GT6 Body Mouldings/Trim and Badges - Mk3

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Badges/letter fasteners. For all letters & badges except 620396.
£0.42 ex VAT£0.50 inc UK VAT
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Out of stock, expected soon Dec 01, 2021. Add to cart and Back Order
£1.05 ex VAT£1.26 inc UK VAT
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This stainless steel kick plate, complete with the Triumph logo, is designed to fit on top of sill.

Requires 6 x 575937 screws to attach - sold separately.
£44.00 ex VAT£52.80 inc UK VAT
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Lower front wing (if required).
Stick-on.
House Badge - Silver on Blue approx. 1" square.
Fitted as standard to very early cars only.
£5.70 ex VAT£6.84 inc UK VAT
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Badges/letter fasteners. For all letters & badges except 620396.
£0.42 ex VAT£0.50 inc UK VAT
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Self adhesive insert, use if not replacing complete badge.
£9.00 ex VAT£10.80 inc UK VAT
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£31.00 ex VAT£37.20 inc UK VAT
Savings:3%
£30.00 ex VAT£36.00 inc UK VAT
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Customer Comments
"EXCELLENT service prompt delivery, and no problem returning parts incorrectly ordered," Customer Comment
Product Description

Triumph GT6 Body Mouldings/Trim and Badges - Mk3

Review: Rex Nokes Submitted: 04/07/2021

Overall4 out of 5 stars.

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Subject

Good
Overall

Did this item work well with your project? What vehicle type are you using this for?

TR4A haven't fitted them yet, but they look great.

Review: Ken Submitted: 24/02/2020

Overall4 out of 5 stars.


Subject

I had difficulties with it

Did this item work well with your project? What vehicle type are you using this for?

The item had a rather surprising amount of arch which did not match the car, and it was therefore difficult to install. Once installed, it was prone to popping off in spots because there is so much pressure on it to return to it's original arched shape. Also, it's not quite long enough to meet (cover the ends of) the horseshoe pieces on either side. Was I supposed to manually bend the finisher into a straighter shape?