I had both front lower wishbone mounts tear away from the chassis on separate cornering occasions.
I had the driver side trunion sieze solid so in order to turn I had to pull hard enough on the wheel to deform the suspension.
I had the coupling on the metering unit shatter at 70 mph on the M1 as I was leaving Newport Pagnel services.
I had the roof tear wawy from the rear anchor at 110mph just west of Havant and give me and the two ladies inside a damn good thrashing (it was still attached at the windscreen).
I had the throttle linkage disconnect as I pulled into heavy works traffic in Ayelsbury. On that model the throttle failed by opening to "maximum wellie".
I had the fuel pump overheat to the point that the petrol started vaporizing in the part with the cogs in it.
I had a wheel bearing fail so spectaculaly the mechanic actually tore the studs through the flange when the puller exceeded 90 tons force.
I did manage to fix the grounding problem that made the engine stall if you switched on too much stuff at once. (Which is the real reason TR6 owners flash their headlights at each other - a smug demonstration of mad electrician skillz).
All that and more and I'd have kept the car if I could. Broke my heart to have to sell it.