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Can the body of a tr4 be taken off the chassis

Can the body of a Triumph TR4 1962 be taken off the chassis without dismantling it to repair outriggers and rust to chassis. There is a lot of rust on the chassis and a couple of the outriggers are missing. The car was tidied up last year and we didn't want to dismantle it if possible. We would also like to look at the gearbox whilst we have the body off.

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If I remember correctly you have to take the front wings off first and then you can unbolt the tub, if you can leave the doors on do so, as if the sills were not quite fitted perfectly or are slightly corroded they could distort, with the doors on all will be kept square. Dont forget to treat any surface rust or bare metal that is hidden by the chassis normaly, I use POR15.

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