• Year: 1975
To modernise the Triumph TR5 that had evolved from the Michelotti designed TR4, Triumph looked to produce a new modern body. Triumph commissioned Karmann of Germany but the task was difficult as Karmann had to produce a new body style whilst retaining much of the original structure. The re-style included a new nose, wings and a new tail. The result was the 'Kamm' tailed TR6 which was produced between 1969 and 1976 and became the best selling Triumph at the time with 94,619 units sold. The TR6 featured the in-line, six-cylinder engines from the TR5 and in the US, the engine was fuelled by carburettors whilst cars supplied around the rest of the world, including the UK, were fuel injected. The home market TR6 initially produced 150bhp but was later detuned to 125bhp. Due to their greater power output, the early models are sought after amongst the Triumph enthusiasts. This Damson Red TR6 with biscuit interior has been subject to an older restoration some five years ago, which can be seen from a photographic record and receipts within the history file. As such, this example presents extremely well but despite this, the current vendor has undertaken further work to ensure this car is tr
• Year: 2015
Triumph TR3A 1959 Roadster overdrive revised engine.
• Year: 1959
This original RHD Triumph TR5 PI was built on 17th May 1968 and supplied new in Signal Red with Black Ambla upholstery. The car was fitted with overdrive, heater, tonneau cover and is a genuine home market UK car. When new, the car was subject of a Home Delivery Export Scheme and the vehicles first owner was Mr H.G Beth in Sweden. The TR5 has spent almost its entire life in Sweden and was brought back into the UK in 2015. JSA 354G has had just one UK owner and has been driven to us from Teesside. We can report the TR has a superb, strong engine that runs perfectly both cold and warm. The engine holds superb oil pressure, has correct cooling and performance is very impressive. The TR5 feels quick, responsive and is great fun on the road. JSA 345G has proven totally reliable, starts instantly and is ideal for longer distance touring. The gearbox has lovely slick changes, the overdrive works correctly and the car is fantastic fun to drive. The TR comes with a comprehensive history file with many invoices and details of work carried out over the years. There is also a file of photographs showing the car having a major rebuild in the early 1990's. We can see the body was removed and
• Year: 1968
The TR3 was launched in October 1955, and was essentially the same as the TR2 but with 95bhp courtesy of larger SU carburettors and inlet ports. Visually it differed in having an egg box grille, stainless steel strips along body panel joins and the option of an occasional rear seat. The only mechanical change occurred over late-1955/mid-1956, when the 'high port' cylinder head – as used on the works TR3s at the 1955 Le Mans 24 Hour race – was fitted, raising power to 100bhp at 5,000rpm. The modification, however, was not officially announced until Autumn 1956, when the adoption of front discs made the TR3 the first ever British series production car to have disc brakes fitted as standard; at the same time larger rear drum brakes were introduced and a stronger axle with taper roller bearings. This 1956 TR3 is presented in excellent order throughout and is painted in iconic Racing Green with Tan hide interior and a Tan hood. The service history is amongst the best we have seen with many photos taken throughout the years including black and white shots of the car both at home and on the circuit. There really is too much to list and you would have to trawl through the large folders of
• Year: 1956
• Mileage: 14400 mi
This TR4a is really quite a find. What we have here is a totally original, right-hand drive UK supplied TR4a that has never been restored, has only had four keepers since new (one of which had it for 32 years) and is extremely solid. There can’t be many left like this. First registered on 15 th February 1966, this TR4a was ordered in Triumph Racing Green with black trim, steel wheels with hubcaps and no overdrive. It retains that specification today. The first keeper had the Triumph until 1977, the second, a John Robert Jaques, kept it until 1979 when it was acquired by a Keith Raymond Gunn who owned the car for 32 years, selling it to its last keeper in 2011 who had it professionally recommissioned the car after a long period of dry storage. This work included a new dynamo, all new brakes including calipers, hoses, wheel cylinders and fitting a servo. Along with a new stainless steel exhaust system, two new tyres, a driver’s side floorpan and one new sill, which have been nicely fitted. Having inspected the car, it would appear that no other repair work has ever been carried out to the body or chassis. Quite amazing on a TR4 that has lived in the UK all its life. The chassis is co
• Year: 1966
The Triumph TR3 was built between 1955 and 1957 during which time only 1286 cars were produced for the home market. According to the TR Register, as of 2002, there remains only 893 registered TR3/3A's on UK roads. The TR3-B is an unofficial name given nowadays to the final version of the TR3 which was produced in 1962. It was offered concurrent with the TR4 which started production in 1961 and was a special short-production run in response to dealer concerns that the buying public might not welcome the TR4. It had the body of the later TR3-A and two series were produced, one with a commission number preceeded by 'TSF' of which 530 were produced and one with commission numbers preceeded by the TCF of which 2,804 were produced. The TSF series were identical to the last run of TR3A's and the TCF series had the 2.2 litre, TR4 engine. It also had different headlight rims, a wider grille and door handles. This stunning example has been totally restored in 2013 with such fundamental elements such as the body, frame, chassis interior and engine all recieving due attention. The frame and suspension particularly has been sand-blasted and painted. She sits on new chrome wire wheels and benefi
• Year: 1970
We have known this superb driving UK specification 125BHP model TR6 for over eight years first selling it to a long term customer in Kendal. After around five years of ownership the TR6 came back to us in part exchange against an MG TD and we soon sold the car to one of our regular customers in South Yorkshire. The TR was briefly in the Sheffield area before coming back in part exchange and it quickly sold to a long term customer near Huddersfield. The TR has spent the past couple of years in West Yorkshire and has proven reliable, usable and a delight to own. HEW928N was subject of a major restoration in 1994/1995 and comes with substantial paperwork and photographs of the restoration. The car was stripped back to bare metal, the body rebuilt and mechanically fully overhauled as per standard specification. Since rebuild the car has had substantial use and has covered over 60,000 miles proving a truly usable car that really is well prepared and ready for regular use and long distance touring. The TR still presents very well and has had some improvements since rebuild. The bodywork is sharp and the paintwork is still of a high standard. Chrome work is smart, wheels and tyres very go
• Year: 1975
• Mileage: 60000 mi
URM 221 is a genuine UK supplied RHD matching numbers Triumph TR2 that was first registered on 25th June 1955. From an old brown 'buff' logbook we know the TR was in the Forest Hall area of Newcastle in 1963 and by 1970 the owner had moved to nearby Jesmond. Shortly after this the TR was taken off the road dry stored for many years until a major restoration began in 1990. Unfortunately the restoration was not completed until it was sold to one of our regular customers in York who has spent almost two years completing what has been a long term major nut and bolt restoration. The TR2 has now covered in the region of 400 miles since completion and is still running in. The body was totally stripped down and treated to new floors, sills, inner and outer wings bulkhead and door skins. The panels were fitted by a Triumph specialist ensuring the completed shell was as new with attention to detail ensuing gaps and fit were excellent. The chassis was blasted and then painted and as a result the underneath of the car is as new. Brightwork was all replaced or re-chromed and painted wire wheels fitted, 72 spoke on the rear and 60 spoke on the front with new tyres. The upholstery was totally re-
• Year: 1955
• Mileage: 400 mi
Fabulous 1965 Triumph Spitfire MK II 1146cc Matching Numbers car with Heritage Certificate. Signal red with black upholstery and red hard top. This left hand drive Spitfire was originally supplied to Athens in 1965 and stayed there until 2015. The car is in fabulous condition and has previously been restored to show standard. Still fitted with its factory hardtop that it was supplied with new, as stated on the Heritage certificate. The interior is totally standard and equally as good as the exterior with all dials and guages still fully functional. There is a folder of lots of bills and invoices from Greece and an original owners handbook. Mark II Spitfires are becoming very scarce now and we are delighted to be able to offer this wonderful example. The car drives without fault and is well worth viewing. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended and we know you won't be disappointed. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
• Mileage: 5500 mi
• Engine size: 1.146
1978 Triumph Stag MK II 3.0 V8 Automatic. Java green with black upholstery and black mohair soft top. This very genuine Triumph has covered just 56,000 miles from new, the mileage is backed up by the original Passport to Service book which is stamped up and lots of previous MOT's. There is also a folder full of bills and invoices for work carried out over the years. The overall condition is very good with the car still very original and unmolested, the interior is totally standard with all electrics and guages still working correctly. The car drives without fault and has a very strong engine and gearbox and makes that wonderful V8 noise associated with Triumph Stags and is more than happy in modern traffic with no overheating issues and it is getting harder to find low mileage models such as this. The car is in very good order and presents well and is perfect for fun days out or weekends away. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended and we know you won't be disappointed. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
• Mileage: 56000 mi
• Engine size: 3
TRIUMPH TR4 1965 SURREY TOP Carte grise de collection La TR4 est née du crayon du "picasso de l'automobile", à savoir le génial Giovanni Michelotti. Les lignes sont équilibrées, le dessin pur, la tr4 plaît aussi bien à ces messieurs qu'à ces mesdames. Notre exemplaire est de provenance américaine comme beaucoup. Elle est française depuis 4 ans, et se présente en bon état de carrosserie, avec une peinture blanche nullement ternie et globalement en bel état, seule une petite retouche peut s'observer sur l'aile conducteur. Les ajustements de capot, toujours sensibles sur une TR4, sont ici excellents, de même que les ajustements des autres ouvrants. Les chromes sont en très bel état, ils offrent d'excellents reflets. A noter enfin qu'elle dispose d'un rare Surrey-Top, hardtop en 2 parties, agréable à l'usage. La mécanique sera revue en atelier, cette voiture ayant peu servi ces dernières années. A noter que la capote est neuve (noire) et que tonneau-cover est présent (noir). Quant à l'intérieur, il est en bon état, avec des sièges non avâchis ou tachés mais demandera le changement des joints de porte. Le bois du tableau de bord est en bon état, le volant affichant cependant son âge. Le
1978 TRIUMPH Spitfire 1500 FH, gros dossier d'entretien, carte grise normale, 63 429 km relevé compteur (39 643 miles) Notre Spiftire est un modèle de 1978, une des dernières donc, la lignée s'éteignant en 1980. Il est en couleur marron Sienna avec son hardtop crème, en bel état d'ensemble avec une peinture tout à fait correcte. Le hardtop est en très bon état, qu'il s'agisse du vitrage ou du ciel de toit. Les parechocs sont légèrement piqués mais présentent bien dans l'ensemble. La capote est en très bel état et se manie avec une facilité déconcertante. Le tableau de bord est très propre, le volant Moto-Lita est à l'état neuf. La sellerie est sans accrocs ou tâches et les sièges se rabattent sans problème. Cette voiture avait été vendue par nos soins il y a 3 ans et nous avions procédé à la pose d'un pont neuf en rapport 3,63 ainsi qu'à un traitement epoxy sur les soubassements. Le dossier d'entretien est très complet et comprend la pose d'un alternateur, le remplacement de l'allumeur et de l'embrayage entre autres. En outre les 4 pneus sont récents. Avec sa ligne inox, cette Spit de dernière génération "européanisée" avec ses 2 carburateurs SU n'attend que vous pour embarquer à s
Triumph Stag manual with overdrive and hard-top, 1972. Road tax fee exempt. Stunning in Saffron Yellow with lovely original interior. Very popular colour which is the same as the James Bond Stag featured in the hit film ‘Diamonds are Forever’. Original V8 engine which was rebuilt in 2013, with many new parts including 8 new pistons, timing chain, new exhaust valves, oil pump and fitted with a new clutch before installation. Upgraded radiator. Superb engine bay. Lots of other work including reconditioned power-steering pump, alternator, exhaust system, heavy duty battery and new tyres on totally refurbished original alloys which look like new. Brand new replacement american straight grain walnut 7-piece dashboard fitted June 2015. Most parts supplied by Rimmer Bros., the specialists in Triumph parts. Comes fully serviced and MOT’d
• Year: 1972
Designed by Giovanni Michelotti the Spitfire was possibly the prettiest of British sportscars produced in the 1960’s. It was produced from 1962 to 1980 in various guises. Our car is from the end of production, so carries all the improvements made over years of development. The car was totally restored over many years by a retired engineer, and has completed very few miles since completion. It is virtually as good underneath as on top, and has the desirable options of overdrive and hard and soft tops. I drove the car yesterday and was most impressed. The colour is Vermillion and really suits the car.
• Year: 1979
• Mileage: 1980 mi
This 1976 Triumph TR6 is in Pageant Blue with Tan. Description not yet generated. All inspections welcome. We ship worldwide. Contact us at 831.373.3131 day or evening. VIN: CF55687 Condition: Clear Title Transmission: Manual Exterior Color: Pageant Blue Interior Color: Tan Stock No: 0 Mileage: 61812 Warranty: Warranty Check the CARFAX Record View Other Vehicles Make An Offer Get Auto Financing Additional Photos Home | About Us | Inventory | Consignment | Storage | Cars We Sold | Contact Us © 2015 Mohr Imports, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Powered by eLab Communications
• Year: 1976
• Mileage: 61812 mi
Year: 1972 Mileage: Transmission: Manual A usable example of the iconic Triumph Stag, finished in bright red with contrasting black vinyl and wood trim. Buying outside N.Ireland? With no hidden charges, taxes, Vat, import duties, and a shared UK Road tax system with DVLA Swansea and courtesy collection available at local airports, buying a car from N. Ireland has never been made easier! Please see our home page for more details and advantages. Exterior: Condition = B Interior: Condition = B Wheels/tyres: Condition = B Please feel free to give us a call, for an honest overview of this vehicle. for more information on condition rating: – http://www.hollybrooksportscars.com/services/detailing/ Services Delivery to anywhere in UK & Ireland Available Courtesy collection service from airports can be arranged, we are only 20 minutes from airports and ferry ports. Part Exchange Welcome Finance Available.
• Year: 1972
The Triumph TR4 was introduced in 1961. Code named "Zest" during development, the car was based on the chassis and drivetrain of the previous TR sports cars, but with a modern Michelotti styled body. 40,253 cars were built during production years. The TR4 proved very successful and continued the rugged, "hairy-chested" image that the previous TRs had enjoyed. The new TR4 body style did away with the classical cutaway door design of the previous TRs to allow for wind-down (roll-up) windows (in place of less convenient side-curtains), and the angular rear allowed a boot (trunk) with considerable capacity for a sports car. In 1965, the TR4A IRS (Iindependent Rear Suspension) superseded the TR4. Apart from the rear suspension, which used trailing arms and a differential bolted to the redesigned chassis frame and a number of small styling changes and refinements, the two models appear nearly identical. In fact, an estimated 25 per cent of TR4As were not equipped with IRS, but instead reverted to a live axle design similar to the TR4, which was adapted to fit the new This car is just in at Oldtimerfarm, Aalter Belgium. Steenweg op Deinze 51C. Teusday-Saterday 10-17h (no appointment neede
• Year: 1967
• Mileage: 5527 mi
Super 1954 Standard Vanguard Phase II restored as an RAF staff car. The first owner kept this car for 53 years then it was pulled from his garage having been stored for 30 years with lots of photographs showing the reveal. A sympathetic restoration was carried out in 2009 and the Standard became an RAF recreation. Along with all the structual and body work the engine was also rebuilt by Anglian Triumph Services and has covered only 2,000 miles since. The original instruction book and service manual are still with the car. On test drive the Standard performed well with a strong engine and smooth gear change. This Vanguard is ideal for membership of a military vehicle group or just your own personal enjoyment. Now MOT and Tax exempt ownership is very cost effective. Ready to use and enjoy. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended and we know you won't be disappointed. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
• Mileage: 111000 mi
• Engine size: 2
The Triumph TR7 is a sports car manufactured from September 1974 to October 1981 by the Triumph Motor Company (which was part of British Leyland) in the United Kingdom. It was initially produced at the Speke, Liverpool factory, moving to Canley, Coventry in 1978 and then finally to the Rover Solihull plant in 1980. The car was launched in the United States in January 1975, with its UK home market debut in May 1976. The UK launch was delayed at least twice because of high demand for the vehicle in the US. For export to the US market, Triumph created a much more powerful Triumph TR8 model in 1977/78, which was a TR7 with a 135 bhp (101 kW) 3.5 L Rover V8 engine. While some genuine TR8 models stayed in Britain, these examples are exceedingly rare. Most TR8s went to the US, where they did not fare well due to both Triumph's poor build quality at the time and the unusually strong pound which peaked at around $2.40 by 1980, making Triumphs fairly expensive compared to competitors. Specifications Bodywork Length: cm (in): 406 (160) Width: cm (in): 168 (66.1) Height: cm (in): 126 (49.6) Wheelbase: cm (in) : 216 (85) Weight: kg (lb): 1204 (2654) Mechanics. Displacement: V8 3532 cc (215 cui)
• Year: 1980
Looks very attractive in white with red side band and roof, good sound car, much work done over the years, much by Totally Triumph, includes reconditioned engine that is as sweet as a nut and done very few miles, recon gearbox and overdrive unit, only two previous owners, large history file including many bills, MOTs and tax discs, recent headlining, exhaust manifold, windscreen seal, and D plate, re-varnished woodwork, full MOT. A cheap way into 6 cylinder motoring really a GT6 with a saloon body. Ready to be enjoyed.
• Year: 1968
The Triumph TR5 was only in production for thirteen months from August 1967 to September 1968. As a result, the TR5 is the most sought after and collectable model of the TR range with only 1,161 built for the UK market. The TR5 looks identical to the TR4 with the Michelotti styled body, the main difference being the 150bhp straight six engine with Lucas fuel injection system. This made the Triumph TR5 the first British production sports car to feature petrol injection and was particularly quick with a recorded 0-60mph time of 6.3 seconds and a top speed of 117mph. NNW 595F is a genuine UK home market car that was built on the 10 th January 1968. The TR5 was despatched on the 9 th February 1968 and supplied new by A.G Wilson Limited, Leeds with disc wheels, heater and 165-16 Michelin XAS tyres. More recently the TR5 spent eight years in Lanarkshire and when purchased was driven to Scotland from Hampshire. During eight years of ownership in the region of 4000 miles were covered and over this period the owner commissioned a body restoration to include four new wings. The car was fully stripped down, rebuilt and re-painted with a beautiful finish and a photographic record has been reta
• Year: 1968
• Mileage: 4000 mi
HAS BEEN GARAGED FOR MOST OF THAT TIME,;;JUST ARRIVED IN PART EXCHANGE, HAS FILE FULL OF ALL SORTS OF HISTORY, OLD TEST CERTIFICATES and TAX DISCS ETC;;HOOD IN VERY GOOD CONDITION;;ANY INSPECTION WELCOME;;MUST BE THE CHEAPEST LIKE FOR LIKE TR7 CONVERTIBLE AVAILABLE IN THE UK;;A RESERVATION FEE CAN BE TAKEN OVER THE PHONE TO SECURE, ALL MAJOR BANK CARDS ACCEPTED;;Exterior Features;Alloy Wheels;;Other Features;V5 Registration Document
• Mileage: 63790 mi
• Engine size: 1.998
--Triumph Racing Green with Tan leather interior, Tan carpeting and Tan convertible top, Fully restored, 4-speed and chrome wire wheels. In 1957, Triumph introduced the TR3A line. The new TR3A was seen as an improved version of its predecessor, the TR3, in both design and engineering. The sporty new "3A" had formidable speed potential, topping out at over 105 mph. It featured a considerably larger grille complete with its own badging. The wider eggcrate style of the new grille earned it the nickname of "widemouth" from Triumph enthusiasts. The TR3A came equipped with a multitude of options, including wire or steel wheels and a selection of exterior colors to choose from, as well as recessed headlights and a locking trunk lid. Triumph TR’s became familiar in competitions from club to international level. At the Le Mans 24 Hour race in 1960, all three cars finished and in 1961 they placed ninth, eleventh and fifteenth to take the team award. Restored between 1996 and 1998, it remains in superb, well serviced, collector owned condition. It has been used sparingly since restoration. Recently this TR3A has received new Spax shocks, Front and rear swaybars, New tires, Rebuilt overdrive u
• Year: 1959
• Mileage: 2015 mi
• Year: 1972
1976 Triumph Stag MkII Manual with Overdrive.;;Carmine Red with Beige interior. 4 speed manual with Overdrive. 74,000 miles, believed genuine. Stainless exhaust, music system. Comes with a good history file, excellent order throughout, a nice example of these usable grand tourers.
• Mileage: 74000 mi
• Engine size: 3
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