1969 Triumph TR6 3.9 V8. Just taken in part exchange by ourselves this highly modified TR6 is a real thrill to drive. It has been fitted with a TVR 3.9 V8 engine fueled by a single Edelbrock carburettor mated to a five speed Rover SD1 gearbox and body wrapped in brushed aluminium. This is a very special car that delivers the most wonderful noise. We have a rolling road print off from 2015 showing the car developing 226 BHP @ 5100 RPM. The car has been further enhanced by the fitment of Mazda MX5 seats. The TR6 has recently returned from Laon Historique Classic Rally in France and earlier this year attended Classic Le Mans. This really is a one of a kind car and a great opportunity to have a very fast TR. There is a full and half tonneau with the car and the hood is in very good condition and operates correctly. MOT April 2017. In summary this is a very usable TR6 that is ready to enjoy. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
Just arrived is this great Triumph TR6. This is a very solid, runs good with very good oil pressure. We are just putting new brakes on then we will send it for a MOT so you will be able to register it straightaway. This is a simple processes which costs GBP 55. We will happily do the paperwork for you.;;All import duties etc are already paid by us.;;There are around 60 photos including the underside on our website www.nuneatoncarsales.co.uk. The paintwork is in good order with the exception of a small area on the NSR quarter. The trim needs a little tidying and the hood works fine, but could do with a new cover. ;;Priced sensibly, be quick to avoid disappointment.;;Our showroom in Hinckley is open 7 days a week. Any inspection welcome.
We are delighted to offer this superbly presented home market Triumph TR6 150BHP onto the market. This is the ultimate TR6 model being a CP chassis number car with overdrive and in today's strong TR6 market this car represents excellent value. JUL 834K is finished in Pimento Red with Black leather trim, original correct wheels and has been restored during the 1990's to an excellent standard. The TR comes with a new soft top hood, hood cover, tonneau cover and history file to include handbook, MOT's, invoices and a full photographic record of a comprehensive restoration. The Triumph is also equipped with a tow bar as the previous owner often towed a small trailer carrying classic bikes to shows. If necessary we are happy to remove the tow bar. JUL 834K is an impressive car and this is partly due to the high standard of restoration undertaken. We can see from the condition and photographs that this car was taken back to the bare chassis. The body was totally stripped down, removed from the chassis and rebuilt to a high standard. The chassis was stripped, cleaned, prepared and painted and prior to re-fitting the restored bodyshell, it was prepared for a full re-paint in Pimento Red in
This a fantasic opportunity to own a rare piece of Triumph Stag history, this is a very early vehicle, one of the oldest stags on the road and 32nd off the production line, verified by stag owners club and the chassis number, Triumph V8 with manual over drive, gleaming yellow bright work with saddle tan interior, electronic ignition, kenlow fan, hard top, three window soft top, bumpers re-chromed, tax exempt, huge history file, lots spent (receipts totaling GBP 13,000 since 1983) well maintained, full Rimmer Bros full engine at 82,000 miles, dry stored ,MOT unit August 2017, Very good condition throughout drives superbly, good investment which will only continue to rise in value. Photod with the correct original wheels, in the last piture there is a set of refurbished Stag alloys which we will happily fit for you should you desire. Any inspection welcome. Our showroom in Hinckley is open 7 days a week. Lots more photos at www.nuneatoncarsales.co.uk
The Triumph TR3 is a sports car which was produced between 1955 and 1962 by Standard-Triumph. The face lifted variant, unofficially known as the "TR3A", entered production in 1957 and had the full width radiator grille and front disc brakes, just like this car which we are offering for sale. The TR3 was a fantastic little sportscar in the fifties. Powered by a 1991 ccm 4-cilinder engine, producing almost 100 bhp, it was a great and fast drivers car. A top speed of almost 170 km/u and an acceleration time of 10 seconds from 0 to 100 km/u were very impressive figures for a small sportscar of that era. It was also a regular sight at racetracks and rallies. This example is finished in the beautiful colour combination of Pale Yellow, black interior and black painted wire wheels. The car is just completely nut-and-bolt restored, and looks better then new (which it probably is as well). The quality of this restoration is from a very high level, with a beautiful paint and immaculate finish. A Triumph TR3 is an ideal starter classic car : it combines classic looks with good performance, and it's a great car to participate in both historic racing events or touristic rallies. A testdrive with
This stunning UK supplied 150BHP Jasmine Yellow Triumph TR6 with overdrive has covered just 60 miles since a 12 month, full nut and bolt restoration. This is very different to so many other restorations as this has been a roadworthy car, kept on the road annually covering low mileage. From MOT cerificates with the car we know it had a recorded mileage of 54585 in 1986 when the car was 15 years old. Since then a further 28 MOT's have been carried out prior the restoration that began in 2015, showing this has been kept in usable condition effectively since new. The mileage prior to restoration was recorded at 74000 and just 60 miles have been covered since completion in the past few weeks.
1978 Triumph Stag MK II 3.0 V8 Automatic. Tahiti blue with Beige upholstery. This Triumph Stag is chassis number LD45719A which is the third last car off of the production line, the last being chassis LD45722 displayed in the British Museum at Gaydon. The Stag comes complete with its original Passport to Service book with 15 service entries, the original owners handbook and a history folder of bills, invoices and every MOT issued for the car which confirms the mileage correct at 89,000 miles. Lots of money has been spent on this car over the years which has kept it in the condition it is today, the Stag drives without fault with a very strong engine and smooth gearbox. The car still has its factory hard top and a black soft top. Various upgrades have been fitted over time which include a Kenlowe fan, cooling system expansion tank and ignition immobiliser. We think that this is one of the best colour combinations and this car presents very well. This Triumph is just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands and is a car that you will be very proud to own, it is not a concours show car but is very presentable and more importantly very usable. In summary a very late Stag with warranted miles that is ready for use. Absolutely any inspection welcome. Please call us for any more information. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
This very original Triumph Spitfire MKIV is believed to have covered just 32,500 miles from new and was bought new in 1972 by Charles Hague & Sons Ltd, a soft drinks manufacturer and beer and wine distributor in South Yorkshire. The Company was founded in the 1950's and run by the father of former Foreign Secretary and leader of the Conservative Party William Hague. BET 614L has had just four owners from new, all in South Yorkshire and is a remarkably honest, original example.
Triumph TR8 Convertible 1980. This matching numbers, manual TR8 is presented in the original striking Midas Metallic Gold color and is in good condition throughout.
Blue with a white stripe and blue interior, only 3 former keepers from new and 47000 miles believed to be genuine, this is a nice genuine car ,it has had a lot of money spent on it, to bring it to this standard, we have mot's back to 1972 and lots of spares, we have lot's invoices and history, come and look you will love this little car, pictures to follow
JUST ARRIVED IN A VERY NICE 1 OWNER TR7 BEEN STORED FOR YEARS IN A DRY GARAGE JUST BEEN RECOMISSIONED AND READY FOR ITS NEW OWNER PLEASE CALL FOR FULL DETAILS
Air Conditioning, Cloth Upholstery, Front Centre Armrest, Head Restraints, Power Steering, Front Fog Lamps, Radio Cassette, 13'' Alloys, Full service history ATR88V is one of the extremely rare batch of production FHC TR8's (less than 250) built in 1979/80 with the chassis number prefix TCN. The car has features unique to the TR8 such as Factory Air Conditioning and Power Steering which function correctly like everything else on this rare vehicle. The full history of this car has featured in many publications over the years and this car is one for the serious collector. If you know your TR7's and TR8's there is nothing more that needs to be said about this truly magnificent example. The car has been maintained to the highest of standards by all of it's previous 3 owners. Part-Exchange will be considered for the correct vehicle and possible assistance is available for finance subject to the normal credit checks. I am happy to assist with delivery worldwide for this beautiful classic Triumph and the cherished numberplate (A TR8 8V) will remain with the vehicle if sold in the UK. The extensive history and more detailed photographs of this car are available upon request if you call the office, alternatively if you know the present owner in the Triumph TR circles his personal contact details are available in the front of the TR Drivers club magazine.
Here we have a 1972 Mk1 Stag manual with the benefit of hardtop and overdrive on 3rd and 4th gear. The gearbox and overdrive unit (Laycock type A) have both been fully rebuilt and the original Triumph V8 engine sounds great and is fitted with an upgraded variable Kenlowe fan to ensure a proper running temperature. The car has had a full restoration and is virtually rust free and looks really eye catching in period yellow with black vinyl interior which is almost as new. This car is not concours but requires just a small amount of detailing to complete. It runs very well and has a surprisingly modern feel which will make it a most usable classic with that lovely V8 burble. This Stag is the same colour, Sapphire Yellow, and spec as the car driven by Sean Connery in Diamonds Are Forever which can only enhance its future value. The speedometer shows 18,909 miles, however I believe the odometer has been round once so it has in fact done 118k. The last MOT has no advisories and we have all the MOTs dating back to 1988. We also have a huge amount of history for the Stag and a file full of invoices for various work carried out. Both the roof and the hard top are in superb condition. I really feel that this Triumph is a must see for anyone, I fail to see how this vehicle could disappoint. If you have any questions or to arrange a viewing, please contact one of our helpful staff.You can also reserve this car for 48 hours with a £150 refundable deposit.As part of the National
Alloy wheels This a really pretty Herald 13/60 convertible (CV commission number) in a rare and striking colour which drives just as well as it looks.Completely solid throughout, the paintwork is very good, the interior is tidy and presentable and the car is in excellent mechanical order. The engine starts readily and runs smoothly with no smoke or untoward noises, the transmission is smooth and quiet and the brakes stop the car effectively. The chassis and floor are solid with no problems. It is fitted with inertia reel front seatbelts and lap belts in the rear.There is a small history file with receipts and invoices from the last period of ownership and details of previous owners. There are 21 MOTs in the file which support the total mileage of 104000 and the current MOT expires in July 2017 and has no advisories.This is a lovely little car which I bought (and registered) to use personally in the hope that I could share my interest in classics with my younger children but I'm afraid that their reaction has been somewhat less than enthusiastic !! It's ready to use and enjoy immediately,makes a great summer car ( if it ever stops raining!), and will give good service for many years to come.Please feel free to call me on 07860 726219 if you need any further information or to make an appointment to view the car.Thank you for looking.
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Solid USA import for very light restoration. 27,000. Miles. Engine runs sweetly.
Constructed between 1968 and 1976 the Triumph TR6 represented a natural progression from the popular TR5 model. Featuring a redesigned front and rear bodywork, the car featured a fuel injected (carburettor for US delivered cars) inline 2.5L 6-cylinder engine mated to a 4-speed manual with optional overdrive. The TR6 proved to be extremely popular model with 94,619 model produced, interestingly, only 8,370 of these were sold in the UK. This Triumph TR6, fitted with factory overdrive has undergone an extensive refurbishment over the last 4 or so years which is evident in the overall quality of the car, both mechanically and aesthetically. This Triumph represents a great opportunity to acquire a desirable classic complete and ready to enjoy. Brooklands “Sales by Brokerage” service : This vehicle cannot be sold by Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd until purchased in full by Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd from the vehicle’s owner. Otherwise, the sale would be considered consignment selling and Brooklands Classic Cars Pty Ltd would be in contravention of the Motor Car Traders Act 1986.
This is a totally unique opportunity to purchase a first class, fully rebuilt Triumph TR2 that has recently completed a full nut and bolt rebuild with test drive miles only since completion last year. We invite enquiries to purchase a potential show winning car that has great provenance being a genuine UK car with matching numbers, original registration mark and has been restored with photo record to original specification including interior and exterior colours. This outstanding vehicle has been restored by a restoration expert with a keen eye for detail. Several years ago we sold the best MG Midget we had ever seen, restored by the same owner and this car was also restored to a totally original specification. This MG has gone on to win multiple show winning events and since restoring the MG, a Triumph GT6 was restored and has since featured in magazines with the quality of restoration being one of the main focuses of the article. The results of this long term TR2 rebuild are impressive and the entire restoration has been done to a very high standard. VAF 344 was registered new in Cornwall and an initial rebuild in the South West began thirty years ago. It was not completed or put
1971 Triumph Vitesse Convertible MK II. Factory white with black ambla upholstery and black hood. This Vitesse has incredibly had just one owner from new, it was supplied by Byatts of Fenton Ltd of Stoke-on-Trent on 10th May 1971 and has been in the same ownership since. It was treated to an GBP 11000 refurbishment in 2004 by Classic and Vintage Restoration of Market Drayton and has covered little mileage in the last 12 years. We have a copy of the invoice and photographs of the work carried out. The car drives just as it should with a strong six cylinder engine and smooth gearbox. This Triumph is now ready to use and just waiting to be enjoyed in new hands. This is a vehicle that any enthusiast would be very happy to own and enjoy. Absolutely any inspection welcome. Please call us for any more information. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Delivery can be arranged.
The Triumph TR6 (1969–76) was a British six-cylinder sports car and the best-seller of the TR range built by Triumph when production ended in July 1976. This record was then surpassed by the TR7. 94,619 TR6s were built, of which 86,249 found homes overseas, only 8,370 being sold in the UK. The bodywork closely resembled that of the previous model, but the front and back ends were squared off, reportedly based on a consultancy contract involving Karmann. All TR6 sports cars featured inline six-cylinder engines. For the US market the engine was carburetted, as had been the US-only TR250 model's engine. For other world markets, including the United Kingdom, the TR6 was fuel-injected, therefore TR6PI (petrol injection), as had been the non-US market TR5. The Lucas mechanical fuel injection system helped the home-market TR6 produce 150 bhp (112 kW) at model introduction. Later the non-US TR6 variant was detuned to 125 hp (93 kW) in order for it to be easier to drive, while the US-variant continued to be carburetted with a mere (but more reliable) 104 hp (78 kW). The TR6 featured a four speed manual transmission. An optional equipment overdrive unit was a desirable feature because it gav
For sale is this this lovely condition low mileage Stag. Its is possibly one of the nicest examples that you will see. In stunning yellow with hard and soft tops. Viewing highly recommended
1973 Triumph Stag MK2 Convertible. 3.0 V8 Automatic. White with Black trim. 41000 miles. Full History. Vin LD22296BW. SNC113. $35,950. This musty be the best original Stag available today. Super unmolested condition and very low mileage. Ordered new with Automatic, Tinted glass and under seal. This car has never had a radio fitted and never spent a night outside. It comes with the most comprehensive history that will appeal to the true collector. This includes not only the full service history and log books but the original purchase order form, invoice and cheque for the purchase. Also letters from the owner to Standard Triumph prior to the order date. This history really makes this Stag unique. The car is an absolute delight to drive and is testament to its low mileage and originality. We have recently carried out a full service and fitted new German timing chains and tensioners. Koni suspension & Super-Pro bushes. Comes with alloy wheels and steels. The Stag is a very modern classic car to drive. With automatic gearbox, power steering and all round independent suspension. Safety features include split circuit braking, roll over protection, retractable seat belts and 4 halogen hea
Marcello and TR 3, spider Dolce Vita Via Veneto brightly lit, aboard a spider Marcello Mastroianni is waiting to shoot the scene of a film that will influence a generation of filmmakers. Fellini gives a last look at 'framing. The sweet life, one of Federico Fellini's masterpiece of 1959, may have also consecrated the spider. L 'car was a Triumph TR 3, car capable of making a difference with other convertibles of years 50. The car was presented for the first time with the initials TS 20 at the Earls Court Motor Show in 1952. The initial model was subjected several changes before being successfully marketed in 53 at the Geneva Motor Show with the name of TR 2 (TR stands for Triumph Roadster). In 1955 he born the TR 3 model, which will participate in the last two editions of the MilleMiglia. With about sixty thousand units produced in 1964 's car he is retiring.
This stunning yellow Triumph TR3A was manufactured in 1958 and was last sold by us in 2014 to a customer in Aberdeenshire. We prepared the vehicle and it drove 350 faultless miles to Aberdeen where it has since been garaged and carefully owned since. Prior to selling the car in 2014, the TR3A had been in Scotland since 1997 and had very little use since restoration with just 3500 miles covered. Over the past ten years the car has only driven 1000 miles but has arrived to us in strong mechanical condition. From receipts with the vehicle, we know the TR was subject to major work to include a gearbox rebuild, body restoration and various mechanical re-commissioning. The very strong 1991cc engine runs superbly holding excellent oil pressure suggesting it has been rebuilt. The car drives very well with excellent performance, superb handling and efficient brakes. Whilst the TR has had very little use, it has arrived on the button and is ready to use and enjoy. YFO 907 presents very well with a straight panels, good gaps and lovely bodyshell. The paintwork is very bright and nicely presented, the chrome work is excellent and the wheels, tyres, glass and weather equipment all in very good
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