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1967 Triumph Spitfire MK2 £13995
Finished in bright red on black interior and fitted with modern seats with headrests.
This car was subject to a total restoration between 2011 and 2013. Huge photo album showing every part stripped and painted. Chassis was shot blasted, etch primed and repainted. Polybushed throughout.
Unleaded recon engine from a MK IV was fitted (1296cc) recon carbs, stainless steel exhaust, uprated shocks and a 3.89:1 ratio differential. Overdrive gearbox.
Body, engine bay and underneath all in great condition. Odometer shows 40600 miles.
Car comes with a huge history file with many many invoices for parts purchased and works carried out.
1973 Triumph GT6, UK RHD car. £14995
Finished in it's original colour of Magenta with black cloth seats and vinyl interior on black carpets.
Genuine UK RHD car supplied new with Overdrive.
Older restoration but still in very good order throughout.
There are some restoration photos included as well as various MOT's from 98 to 17.
History file spans 03 to 17.
Fires up on the button and settles to a distintive 6 cylinder burble. Drives well on the road and the overdrive works fine.
She certainley stands out in traffic!! Magenta is not for the faint hearted.
1972 Triumph Spitfire MKIV £5995
Bodywork is solid but the paint finish is dull and faded.
Ths car has had a replacement chassis at some point but I'm afraid we don't have and more details on this.
Soft top ok, interior ok but the drivers seat is split and will require repair.
Recent brake overhaul and 4 x new tyres fitted.
1296cc with a 4 speed manual gearbox. Drives well on the road, turns and stops fine.
103000 miles but unfortunately we don't have any service history. V5c is present.
Use as is for the summer then give it some TLC over the winter period..?
1958 Triumph TR3A, Brooklands green. £29995
Beautiful car finished in Brooklands green with black interior piped in white and black carpets.
History and photo evidence of a full body off chassis restoration in the early nineties.
Here's a brief but non exhaustive rundown of works carried out:
87mm pistons & liners increasing capacity to 2187cc
Gas flowed & polished head (9.5:1 CR)
Triumph tune TR4A style camshaft
fully balanced including clutch
TR4a inlet manifold and HS6 Carbs
4 branch exhaust with single stainless silencer
All bushes, bearings, hoses, brakes and suspension renewed at the time of restoration.
Chassis fully stripped, prepped and painted in black enamel.
Body stripped, prepped and finished in 2 pack Brooklands green.
New wiring loom fitted at time of resto.
Chrome wire wheels.
Still holding up really well, all in stunning condition.
The engine is as sweet as a nut, fully on point.
1981 Triumph TR7 Convertible £12995
Stunning example finished in Triton green with navy and grey check interior.
1998cc 4 cylinder engine with a 5 speed gearbox.
3 owners from new, 2nd owner for 37 years since the car was 8 months old.
Body, interior and underneath are all in remarkable condition.
She's been off the road for the last 3 years but has been recommissioned with the following work:
Rear shock absorbers
4 x new tyres
full engine service.
Big thick history file including MOt's back to 1986 veryfying the odometer reading of 59000 miles.
1974 Triumph Stag Auto, New Hood. £17995
Finished in gleaming Mimosa Yellow with black interior on black carpets.
Fitted with a brand new soft top to original spec (beige headliner)
Original 2997cc V8 engine coupled to an automatic gearbox.
Bodywork is very nice on this car, no rust or paint damage. Engine bay is nice and clean and in very good order.
Chrome wire wheels.
Interior is totally standard apart from a wood rimmed steering wheel.
Underneath is solid and straight.
Good history file with loads of invoices and receipts.
Odometer is showing 110K
1975 Triumph TR6 Pi overdrive. £24995
Genuine UK RHD car. Finished in Pimento red on black interior.
Wood dash and wood rimmed steering wheel.
Overdrive fully functional.
Electronic ignition and a Bosch fuel pump help keep this beauty reliable.
Bodywork is in lovely order, panel gaps are nice and straight.
Soft top is black and in good order.
Nice history file with MOT history back to 89 and plenty of invoices.
Drives very well with the torque you'd expect from Triumph's straight six.
All in all a very nice, solid and much loved example.