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We are very pleased to offer for sale on behalf of our one of our customers this absolutely fantastic Triumph TR4 Finished in flawless red paintwork with black interior Factory RHD / original finished in White Matching numbers Restored around 15 years ago and covered 4500 documented miles with the same avid owner since. Triumph Heritage certificate present Continuation buff log book present Overdrive KenLowe fan Walnut dash Original steering wheel Original Gear knob Painted Wires Recent MOT & Service 1st and 2nd in class at many local concourse events over the past few years. The car presents flawlessly and drives impeccably It gets no better than this. Export Enquiries welcome Competitive finance rates available
We are delighted to offer this wonderful example of the Pre-war Triumph Dolomite, so well recognised for its flowing art deco style waterfall radiator. Some may also recognise this Triumph Dolomite, as it was sold to the current owner in our Mercedes-Benz World sale in November 2014. Since then, the Dolomite has been kept in a Carcoon within dry storage and used sparingly; in fact, the Triumph has covered less than 100 miles in that time. Mr Fred Richardson originally purchased the Dolomite from 'Glovers of Ripon and Harrogate'on December 16 th 1937. In 1955 Mr Richardson, then 70 years old, parked the car in his garage for the last time until a Mr Keith Snowdon discovered it, 25 years later. It was a further two years before the car was finally rescued from the garage whereby, sadly, the roof had collapsed on it but although the Dolomite was in very poor condition it had only 28,000 miles recorded on the clock. In 1998, now in the ownership of a Mr Alan Davis, a restoration was embarked upon that would eventually take several years to complete. Rob Green of Gloria Coachworks who is probably the world's authority on the restoration of pre-war Triumph motor cars undertook the major
This 1955 Triumph TR2 is a good original car to restore. Green with black interior and very complete. For only $12,950
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.
1976 Triumph Stag Mark 2, it has been sympathetically fitted with the Rover 3.5 v8 and 5 speed manual gearbox .The engine is an early high compression engine fitted with an new Edelbrock 4 barrel carb at a cost of GBP 1000, runs sweet and sounds great through a stainless steel exhaust.The car has recently had new discs and pads up front and new cylinders and shoes on the rear plus a brand new battery.Interior wise the drivers seat has had a new base and the 2 front seats have had new foam in the bolsters so it is both comfy and tidy.The car has just passed it's MOT with no advisories and presents well although not concourse.It was renovated with many new panels including floorpans and sills in the 1990s when it was also resprayed. The fact the car presents so well still is testiment to the quality of the work. It comes complete with both hard and soft tops.;;This car drives great, its far more user friendly than a standard Stag, lots of power and sounds great.;;This is a very useable car that looks good, however it is not perfect. I think a fair assessment of this Stag is as follows.;;Mechanically 9.5 / 10;Interior 9 / 10;Exterior 8 /10 ;;Priced accordingly. Any test or inspection welcome. Lots more photos on our website www.nuneatoncarsales.co.uk Our showroom in Hinckley is open 7 days a week.
Arriving soon from the USA. Requires re-commissioning + Interior work. Please enquire.
Just arrived from the USA. Very sound Arizona dry state car. Ideal basis for quality restoration.
Arriving soon from the USA. Good car to restore, More details on request.
The Triumph Southern Cross Tourer was built upon the type nine chassis and used the Coventry Climax, overhead inlet and side exhaust valve engine of 1,018cc displacement with a four-speed gearbox. This model was the first of many variations, all, similar in design before being replaced by the all new, two seater, Gloria Southern Cross. This 1932 Triumph Southern Cross has been in the same ownership for more than 50 years whereby it was lovingly cared for, attending many rallies with the Pre-1940 Triumph Owner's Club, the owner being one of the earliest members. It was given to the gentleman owner by his father in 1963 and has been a part of his family since. Sadly, the owner passed away and the car stood for 18 months. The Triumph is in excellent condition having been restored by South Stoke Workshops in Oxfordshire circa 2004 to 2008 and has recently had light re-commissioning works undertaken to maintain its running condition, with the car starting and running well. The large history file was well maintained by the meticulous owner and includes many invoices, letters, drawings, technical data and much more. One letter, from the Pre-1940 Triumph Motor Club Archivist and Registrar,
The Triumph Super Nines and Tens were developed from the earlier Super Sevens and were manufactured between 1932 and 1934. Larger in size to their predecessors, they were the first to use the Coventry Climax designed engine, which Triumph built under license in their Coventry factory. Saloons, sporting open bodied tourers and even some commercial vehicles were also produced on these chassis. This Triumph Super Nine has been in the same ownership since 2010 whereby it was lovingly cared for, attending many rallies with the Pre-1940 Triumph Motor Club. Sadly, the owner passed away and the car stood for 18 months. In remarkably original condition, the Triumph has recently had light commissioning works undertaken to maintain its running condition, with the Climax engine starting and running easily. The four-door coachwork presents well in blue and is complimented with a lovely patented brown leather interior and exquisite details such as the British Jaeger odometer and Roman numeral clock. A large history file accompanies the car and includes some interesting history, noted in a column from The Automobile in April 1992, invoices and photographs. Offered with no reserve, this Triumph Su
This is a wonderful opportunity to purchase an original, 35,500 mile from new Triumph Spitfire that has had one recorded owner from 1978 to early 2016 and comes with documentation to include the original bill of sale and Passport to Service book. On the 13th March 1978 Kennings Ltd of St John Street, Lichfied supplied this Brookland Green Triumph with a 12.5% discount taking the total price including number plates, delivery, four gallons of fuel at £2.95 and road fund license for a total price of £2,336.48. The Triumph comes with early history detailing services at 5000 miles and 14000 miles in 1984 at six years old but would appear to have spent more years dry garaged stored than on the road. The history suggests the Triumph spent many years unused but we do know in 2000/2001 the car recorded 34,897 miles and was serviced and treated to new brake pads, exhaust centre section, temperature sending unit, brake master cylinder, washer pump and oil service. In 2014 was subject of £3,000 of remedial work. This included new front and back seat foams, exhaust back box, viscous fan coupling, water pump, re-conditioned cylinder head, all new water hoses and thermostat, new fan belt, radiato
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
1972 Triumph TR6. Sapphire blue with black leather upholstery and a black hood. This Triumph was built at the Canley plant in December 1971 and dispatched in January 1972 to British Leyland Motors in Denver Colorado. The TR spent the first twenty years of its life in the US until it was repatriated from Califorina in 1992 when it was purchased by Mr Potts of Durham. During this ownership the car was completely restored and converted to right hand drive and eventually re-registered in the UK in 1998. The car still has the original twin carburettor setup as supplied when new. Over the years the car has been subject to various upgrades which include new high back seats, Spax shock absorbers, K and N filters and a Moto Lita steering wheel. We have a history folder with the car which contains lots of bills, invoices and some old MOT certificates. The Triumph drives just as it should with a strong engine, good oil pressure and a smooth gearbox with overdrive. A fresh MOT will applied upon sale. 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 proud 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 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
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
Eager to produce an affordable sports car, Sir John Black of the Standard Motor Company set about to initiate a prototype and thus the TR2 was born. Originally based on the chassis of the Standard Eight and the engine of the Standard Vanguard, the 20TS was condemned by the BRM and so with another year of major tweaking and eager perseverance, the Standard Motor Company had produced what became the biggest earner for Triumph to date; the TR2 was a huge success and loved by both the UK and American buyers alike. The designs of the TR range were mostly thanks to Walter Belgrove, who took some of his influences from the stunning Jaguar XK120, which can be seen in similar features around the cockpit area, headlamps and front wings. Our lovely TR2 is beautifully finished in Pearl White with brown leather trim and the original wire wheels. The previous owner recently had the car fully restored so it is in a fantastic condition inside and out and drives superbly. Complete with a lovely file including many invoice receipts and old MOTs to substantiate the mileage. This truly is a stunning example, which leaves little to be desired.
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
We are delighted to offer this incredibly smart Triumph TR2 onto the market. SVS 150 is finished in British Racing Green with Cream leather upholstery and has an excellent set of painted wire wheels. The car comes with a superb hood, as new side screens, desirable overdrive option and is a genuine UK supplied RHD car. We have some background information about the cars history and are told its first owner was a lady who kept the car for fourteen years. It was sold in 1970 and used to commute between Buckinghamshire and Aberdeen. The car proved totally reliable but after four years the owner made the sensible decision to have a company car, a Morris Marina. At this point the car was sold requiring some restoration work and the car stayed with its next owner for seventeen years. In 2003 the TR2 was sold and was moved over to Northern Ireland and then changed hands again within Northern Ireland prior to a major restoration in 2009. SVS 150 was totally stripped down and restored to a very high standard. The engine was removed, the car totally stripped and rebuilt from the ground up. A comprehensive file of invoices and photographs are with the car that includes mechanical restoration wo
We sold this British Racing Green Triumph TR4 fifteen years ago to a long term regular customer, a business owner in Driffield. Since 2001, the TR4 has had regular local summer use and has been a true delight to own. Over the fourteen years he owned the car, the TR4 has only covered around 1000 miles averaging just over 70 miles per year. Every year the Triumph has been put through an MOT test and serviced and therefore ready at any time to be taken out, driven and enjoyed. Over the recent long term ownership, the TR4 has only seen rain once, during its farewell drive the day before being driven over to us from nearby Driffield. It has been incredibly well maintained and has been carefully looked after over the past fourteen years. The TR4 came back to us after fourteen years in exchange for a Triumph TR6. We sold the TR4 quickly during the summer of 2015 and carried out an extensive programme of work at the request of its new owner. This included removing the cylinder head and carrying out an unleaded head conversion. We the inspected the engine and undertook a bottom end rebuild to include new piston rings, conrods and bearings. Further work included vapour blasting the carburet
This is one of those wonderful finds. Finding a totally original 22,000 mile from new Spitfire, with one owner from 1978 to 2015 is quite unrepeatable. VJA 180S was purchased from H R Owen in Stockport, Cheshire in 1978 and was supplied new in Russet Brown with Beige trim. The car stayed with its first owner until last year and the history file even contains a photo of the long term owner with the car whilst on honeymoon in Scotland from the 1st October to 8th October 1978. In recent years the Triumph has covered very little mileage and in July 2015 at 21,985 miles had almost £1000 of expenditure that included a new fuel pump, exhaust silencer, new rear wheel cylinders, windscreen washer pump and serviced front brakes ready for an MOT test which it passed. Prior to this MOT the Spitfire was off the road for many, many years. Whilst the car is now roadworthy and usable, we will be carrying out further work within the price. Due to flat spots, all four tyres will be replaced, the car will also be treated to new engine mounts, new distributor cap, rotor arm, points, condenser, alternator belts and axle exhaust mountings. The Triumph will also be freshly serviced and supplied with a fu
This 1980 Triumph Spitfire 1600 Convertible is a beautiful and extremely low mileage example with just 14k original miles. Orange with black interior. An extremely clean and solid car that drives excellent. Original owners manual, tonneau cover, and spare included. One of the nicer ones you'll find and a great buy at only $12,500.