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Spitfire Club Nederland The rather professional site of the Dutch Spitfire club
Club Triumph Holland - The Dutch general Triumph club
A list of most other European clubs


Nico Baas Triumph Centre - the largest Triumph specialist of the Netherlands.
Rimmer bros. - large British supplier of Triumph spare parts. Great online Spitfire catalogue, but fairly expensive.
Canley Classics - excellent British parts supplier, great website with lots of useful information, too. Not too expensive, either.
Bastuck - a German parts supplier with which we are personally quite happy - also does parts for classic Volvo cars
The Spitfire Graveyard in Sheffield, UK.
Hofman Leek - importer of various classic and sporty cars. Usually has a large selection of Spitfires in widely varying conditions.

Various useful sites

The international Triumph Spitfire database - exciting project by Joe curry - remember to register your Spitfire here!!
The Vintage Triumph Register - American site that used to supply lots of useful information, but sadly much of it is for members only now
Team Net this is where you can subscribe to the busy 'Spitfires' and 'Triumphs' mailing lists.
Scions of Lucas (SOL) Home Page
Care for Your Convertible Top - how to lower and raise the top, something many first time Spitfire owners do wrong
Classic Motor Monthly
Loads of British car links
 The English-language Wikipedia site on the Triumph Spitfire - there's also a smaller Dutch version

Personal sites we like

Triumph Spitfire 1500 Pages by Graham Armfield - with particularly clever Javascript pages for picking your favourite colour.
Ashley Meson's 1975 Spitfire 1500
Jeff McNeal's 1967 Mk3 Spit - nice site, not dissimilar to this one. Jeff tells an entertaining and familiar story...
Geoff Wright's 1974 Spitfire MkIV - young Brit bravely restoring a mimosa yellow specimen
John Hobson's Spitfire 1500 site - another familiar story from a young Brit, who is clearly a welcome customer of the Spitfire Graveyard.
Fellow Dutchman Jasper van Zanten built a nice (Dutch) website about (among other things) the restoration of his Spit 1500. He used our website to prepare himself for buying the car.
A German site full of Triumph brochures.
A Belgian site with a large collection of Triumph brochures.