GT6 parts supplier links : My top ones!


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Southside Classic & Custom, Wirral They really worked wonders with my GT6 bodywork, paying particular attention to panel gaps.
James Paddock, Chester Suppliers of Triumph & GT6 parts. Postage is a reasonable £5 for all orders. Good counter in Chester (not open week-end). Good stock & helpful staff. Prices are good, but quality is variable.
Mike Papworth, Coventry Mike Papworth. Probably the best Triumph gearbox/transmission builder.
Rimmer Bros
Rimmer Bros, Lincoln Supplier of GT6 and other classic car parts. Postage expensive, but good quality parts & good service. Counter in Lincoln (open Saturday morning). Best to buy during their frequent 'Sales'.
Canley Classics, Coventry Supplier of Triumph & GT6 parts, many uniquely to them. Mail order only.
Jigsaw Racing Services, Corby International Triumph Specialists. Spares, Repairs, Restorations, Performance, Race & Rally Preparation. Mark Field good on advice. Sadly his wife, Jo, passed away, and the business went into receivership. The image shows his LeMans Spitfire recreations.
Classic British Sports Car Trims, Plymouth Does a good job, quite a bit cheaper than the usual suppliers.
eBay Very useful, especially for parts unavailable elsewhere.
The Quickfit Safety Belt Service, Stanmore They make period style seatbelts for classic cars (pre 1972).
Ian Gittings (Sponmon) Ian Gittins makes superb special tools and refurbishes inlet manifolds to a very high standard. If anyone wishes to get in touch, the easiest way is through his Direct email address or 07923 357039
Vehicle Wiring Products, Ilkeston Good product range and very helpful staff.
Grove Components, Wirral Supplier of fasteners, particularly stainless steel. Low postage and practically no minimum quantities. Good quality service from Tim Kendall. Prices can be high but you can buy small quantities so this saves money in the end.
Triumph-Recycler, Guildford Triumph owner/driver and member of the TSSC Simon Holland sells many parts, many of which he has manufactured locally. He reconditions radiators, and is a member of the National Association of Radiator Repairers. He is also a Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs Trade Supporter.
Hoole Tyre & Exhaust, Chester If you live in Chester this company sells tyres at a good price, and fits them to alloy wheels with care. Always tightens wheel nuts with a torque wrench!
JD Motorsport Ltd, Leatherhead Suppliers of SPAX Performance parts (via eBay shop). My shock absorbers send directly from Spax!
ANG Classic Car Parts, Nottingham A good alternative source of parts, some cheaper than the bigger suppliers.
Chris Witor, Somerset Specialises in Triumph 2000/2.5, but a good range of 6-cylinder stainless steel and alloy parts at reasonable prices. Quality is good, too.
Biggred Calipers, Worcester 'The UK's Leading Brake Caliper Remanufacturer'. Better than those 'new' Chinese copies. Used by Practical Classics and Car SOS. However when they did mine, they did not fit new bolts connecting each half of the caliper.
Hamilton Classic Ltd, Hook Car Covers and more!
Spitfire Graveyard, Sheffield Good for second-hand Triumph & other car parts. Good service from owner Dave (he worked for the original owner and bought the business from him).
Classic Car LEDs,
Excellent supplier of LEDs etc, huge range. Owner Duncan Rickards very helpful, and free postage too!
Andrew Turner, Carburettor Specialist Andrew specialises in reconditioning SU and Zenith carburettors. He has over 25 years knowledge and experience to assist him in producing first class solutions. You can buy Service Kits , Rebuild Kits as well as Reconditioned Units.
Stainless for Classics, Selston Paul Copeland can even make one-offs, if you can give him a proper drawing.

If you are interested in a different view on Triumph parts suppliers, Tim Bancroft sums up his experience on suppliers he has used since 1982 - this can be seen by clicking here.