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Long lost Vitesse

Last week's Telegraph report on the London to Brighton Classic Car run was illustrated with a photo of a Triumph Vitesse reg. VAP 509H. I owned this car in the 70's, albeit a different colour. Is there any legal way I can locate the current owner to forward the original 'Vitesse' badge to him and any other bits and documents I still have?

Asked on 13 June 2011 by jmbullen

Answered by Honest John
You could get in touch with the club and make your offer to the owner via it. Probably this club: www.tssc.org.uk/ otherwise this club: www.club.triumph.org.uk/links/links.htm
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