This Triumph Gloria Straight Six Tourer from 1935 is in concours condition. Beautiful color combination of black with a beige leather interior. This unique English classic was in the period 1990/1994 fully restored by Gloria Coachworks in England. After the import to the Netherlands was in 2013 engine completely overhauled and the bodywork is completely repainted. Also the gearbox overhauled. The Triumph is in top condition and is very rare. The history is back to 1948 with an original English tax disc of 1935. Currently there are 5 Tourers in the 6 cylinder version with 2 liter Coventry Climax engine prewar Triumph at the English club announced. This Triumph is a very nice appearance with very many beautiful details. The 6 cylinder produces a wonderful sound. We speak Dutch, English, German and French. Our cars can be delivered with Dutch, German or Belgium registration. We can assist with the French registration. Transport to your door is possible. We have our own workshop facility with 25 years experience with classic cars.
1963 Triumph Herald Estate 1200cc. Two tone blue with blue upholstery. Very rare Herald estate, according to How Many Left this is one of only nineteen 1963 1200cc Heralds on our roads today and this includes saloons, convertibles and coupes as well as estates. Owned by its previous keeper for 26 years, during this time he fully restored the car to include new outriggers, floor panels and sills. The original engine was rebuilt, the brakes overhauled including master and slave cylinders. The car was treated to a complete re-paint and the underside fully waxoyled. The interior is in super order with lovely original upholstery with no rips or tears, good door cards and new carpets. The work carried out has been recorded photographically and presented in a very nice album. On test drive the car performed very well with a strong engine that pulls very well. The car presents very well and is structurally outstanding with no signs of rust or rot. The paintwork is still very bright with just the odd of age related mark.The car has an MOT until October 2017 with no advisories but we will apply a fresh MOT upon sale This is an ideal opportunity to acquire a very rare Herald estate. 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.
We are pleased to offer this fabulous 1958 TR3A for sale As the accompanying Heritage Certificate confirms, this TR3A was built in April 1958 and despatched to the Stanbourne Motor Company of Bournemouth. Pearl Grey with red trim, it was originally registered RBL 510 and was first owned by JH Fisher Contractors of Burghfield Common, Berkshire, as confirmed by the original green log book. JH Fisher was a company owned by Sir William Benyon, a grandson of Lord Salisbury, who also owned the 14,000 acre Englefield Estate in Berkshire and Hampshire and was to be the Tory MP for Buckingham from 1970 to 1992. Anecdotal evidence related via a previous owner states that Benyon had the car modified for competition use and campaigned it extensively before selling it in 1963, although there is no documentary evidence to substantiate this. The second owner kept the car until 1972 and the third until 2007 although it was barn stored for much of this time. The fourth owner sold it on again in 2010 by which time it was in fairly dilapidated condition. It was then treated to a total nut-and-bolt rebuild between 2010 and 2013 which has resulted in the fine specimen you see today The original engine was fully rebuilt and upgraded to 2,190cc specification which, allied to the 4-speed overdrive gearbox and front disc brakes, gives sparkling performance. The colour-coded wire wheels are shod with quality Vredestein tyres (including the boot-mounted spare), while a battery cut-off switch has also been fitted to the dash and inertia-reel seat belts installed. Since the restoration was completed, the car has covered barely 1,000 miles and is only just run-in. It comes with a good history file, including the aforementioned Heritage Certificate and original green log book Many invoices detailing the parts used in the restoration. A rare hard top with roof-mounted driving lamp and a full set of weather gear including a new hood, sidescreens and tonneau are also included. In excellent condition throughout and with a most appealing and original colour scheme Must be viewed to be appreciated Export enquiries welcome Explore your purchasing power through flexible payment plans designed specifically for this sector.
This handsome 30s sports car is one of about ten built, with only a few now on the road. Much pre-war competition history in Rallies and sprints, possibly a works car driven by G L Boughton and H C Dryden. Thought to be "The Autocar" test car, tested at Brooklands in 35. Many period pictures at Brooklands and on many Rallies. The car was totally restored in the 1980s and now after 5k of recent fettling is ready for the open road. 2-litre, 6 cylinder.
This is a nice Triumph Spitifire MK2 from 1967. The car is imported to the Netherlands in 2000. Car runs good but comes from a collection and hasn’t been used much lately. The Spitfire has a Dutch registration and looks pretty neat. More information on: www.kucarfa.nl
Extensive History File, Heritage Certificate, Overdrive on 2,3 & 4th Gears, New Hood, Lead Free Fuel, Bosch Uprated Fuel Pump, Radio Cassette, Headlamp Covers, Zipped Tonneau cover, Black Wing Mirrors 1971 Triumph TR6 2.5 PI. 95.000 Miles. Finished in White, with Tan Interior, Tonneau Cover, New Black Roof and Fitted with Traditional TR6 Steel Wheels. An Older Restoration and Re-Colour, yet Still in Great Condition. A Magnificent Car, that has had a Much Cherished History. Previous Owners have loved this car and so do we. A Great Classic British Sports Car, with Heritage Certificate. All in Fine Fettle.
1971 triumph TR6 (vin: CC61040L). This TR6 is in Netherlands and since 1991 in the possession of the last owner. There is a very extensive dossier at the car containing all invoices of maintenance etc. In the period 2008-2009, the engine, gearbox and Overdrive were overhauled. Since then, 7000 miles driven. This red TR6 is beautiful fully equipped with many extras. * new leather seats, * Overdrive, * Motor suitable for unleaded petrol * Chrome luggage rack * Extra front fog lamp, * Rally Trip meter, A very good and reliable TR6. We speak Dutch, English, German and French. Our cars can be delivered with Dutch, German or Belgium registration. We can assist with the French registration. Transport to your door is possible. We have our own workshop facility with 25 years experience with classic cars.
Triumph TR 6, year 1972. Colour dark blue with a black leather interior and black carpet. Beige mohair soft-top and hood-cover. This magnificent Triumph TR 6 is in very good to excellent condition and the car drives superbly! This is for a big part thanks to the tuned six cylinder in-line engine which has been fitted with three twin-choke Weber carburettors. The engine is very responsive, runs on lead-free petrol and it produces a fantastic sound-track! This TR 6 features overdrive, Weber carburettors, K&N sports air-filtres, electronic ignition, Minilite light alloy wheels with very good Michelin 195/65-15 tires, a chrome luggage rack, two rear view door-mirrors, a Moto-Lita sports steering wheel with wood rim, and a foldable wind-stop. This car is for the man in search of a spectacular yet practical British roadster; let the fun begin! We speak Dutch, English , German and French. Our cars can be delivered with Dutch, German or Belgium registration. We can assist with the French registration. Transport to your door is possible. We have our own workshop facility with 25 years experience with classic cars.
Triumph TR 6 PI, year 1971. Colour Royal Blue with a black interior and a black soft-top. This is a relatively rare European AND left hand drive Triumph TR 6 PI fitted with petrol injection. This fabulous TR 6 PI is in excellent condition. The car was recently extensively improved to a high level. The body was given new paint and many new parts have been fitted. The engine was given new bearings and the cylinder head was modified for the use of lead-free petrol. A TR 6 in European ‘PI’ (CP) specification is very special; the car features a lusty six cylinder in-line engine delivering 150 bhp, 4- speed gearbox with overdrive and a top speed of 200 km/h (125 mph). In the late 1960ies and 1970ies that were staggering figures for a sporty roadster. Also in our modern times the TR 6 knows how to produce a big grin on the face of the enthusiast; the driving experience and the engine sound are truly addictive! We speak Dutch, English , German and French. Our cars can be delivered with Dutch, German or Belgium registration. We can assist with the French registration. Transport to your door is possible. We have our own workshop facility with 25 years experience with classic cars.
Orginal UK Right Hand drive car Last owner for 30 years and restored to a very high body off standard with supporting photographs and invoices . Upgrades include Bosch fuel pump and unleaded cylinder head koni shock absorbers strenghthened diff mounting case correct green water hoses aeroquip hoses
We are delighted to offer this fantastic driving, genuine and largely original Triumph GT6 MKIII onto the market. The HKC 620L has covered 95,000 miles from new, backed up with MOT certificates dating back to 1977 and is a car that can really be used, driven and enjoyed with absolute confidence. We originally took the GT6 in part exchange against a Triumph TR6 and drove the car to North Yorkshire from the Lake District. Before even marketing the car, it sold to one of our regular customers and to prove reliability further, we drove the car to South Yorkshire faultlessly. Since then the GT6 has been with another regular customer in Norwich, and has been kept in regular, almost daily use and now comes back to us in part exchange. This GT6 was supplied new with rare rear seat and spent its early life in Liverpool. We have MOT records at 16764 miles in Liverpool 5 in 1977 and by 1978 the car was near Warrington. During the early 1980's the GT6 was in Widnes and from 1986 Wigan, later Bolton, really finding its way around the North West. In 1989 the car moved to South Wales before a return to the North West in 1993 when the car was in Eccles, Manchester. The Triumph was taken off the ro
The Triumph TR6 was manufactured for seven years from 1969 and by the time production came to an end in July 1976, it was the best-seller of the TR range. The bodywork closely resembled that of the previous model, the Triumph TR5, but the front and rear were squared off and all TR6s featured inline six-cylinder engines. For the US market, the engine was fitted with carburettors whilst for other world markets, including the UK, the TR6 was fitted with fuel-injection. It featured a four-speed manual gearbox, independent rear suspension, rack and pinion steering, 15" wheels and tyres, pile carpet on the floors and boot, bucket seats and a full complement of instruments. In total 94,619 TR6s were built of which 86,249 were sold overseas and only 8,370 were sold in the UK. This lefthand drive Triumph TR6 was imported from the U.S. by the vendor who has been using it as his own personal car. We are advised she drives well with no known faults and is described as a solid example. The red coachwork is in good order and the seats have recently been re-trimmed. Supplied with a V5C registration document and a current MoT test certificate valid until 17 th July 2017; TR6 values have increased
The 1962 Earls Court Motor Show saw the introduction of the Triumph Spitfire 4, a small lightweight sports car designed by Michelotti and a design that had much in common with its sibling, the Triumph Herald. The 4 within the title referred to the four cylinder engine with thoughts to the future of producing a six cylinder version. In UK specification, the in-line four produced 63bhp at 5750rpm which gave a top speed of 92mph and would achieve 0 to 60mph in 16.4 seconds. Average fuel consumption was 31mpg. In March 1965, the Spitfire 4 Mk. II was introduced. It was very similar to the Mk. I; in addition to small trim changes, a revised camshaft and exhaust design gave the Mk. II a modest 4bhp increase in power. With a fully opening front end, servicing was a delight and today, these British sports cars are well catered for by several specialists throughout the UK. This pretty little car outsold its Abingdon rivals during every year of production except one and that was the year the Canley factory went on strike. Production finally ceased in the summer of 1980 ending an 18-year production run; quite something for this small sports car. We are delighted to offer this lovely 1966 Triu
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
Without overdrive 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 feat
Lowered price from €10.950 -> €9.950 The Triumph Spitfire was a small British two-seat sports car, introduced in October 1962. The vehicle was based on a design produced for Standard-Triumph in 1957 by Italian designer Giovanni Michelotti. The codename for the vehicle was the "Bomb". The car was largely based on the Triumph Herald saloon, and throughout its life was built at the Standard-Triumph works at Canley, Coventry. In 1973 in the United States & Canada and 1975 in the rest of the world, the 1500 engine was used to make the Spitfire 1500; though in this final incarnation the engine was rather rougher and more prone to failure than the earlier units, torque was greatly increased which made it much more drivable in traffic. The reason for the engine problems was due to continued use of three main bearings for the crank shaft. While the rest of the world saw 1500s with the compression ratio reduced to 8.0:1, the American market model was fitted with a single Zenith-Stromberg carburettor and a compression ratio reduced to 7.5:1 to allow it to run on lower octane unleaded fuel and after adding a catalytic converter and exhaust gas recirculating system, the engine only delivered 10
New deliverd in Belgium. Recent paint, ready to drive. The Triumph TR2 is a sports car which was produced by the Standard Motor Company in the United Kingdom between 1953 and 1955, during which time 8,636 cars were produced. The car used a twin SU carburetor version of the 121 cid (1991 cc) four-cylinder Standard Vanguard engine tuned to increase its output to 90 bhp (67 kW). The body was mounted on a substantial separate chassis with coil-sprung independent suspension at the front and a leaf spring live axle at the rear. Either wire or disc wheels could be supplied. The standard transmission was a four-speed manual unit but overdrive was available on top gear as an option. Lockheed drum brakes were fitted all round. As of Q1 2011 there were approximately 377 licensed and 52 SORN TR2's registered with the DVLA. The TR2 was designed to challenge MG in the sports car export market to North America. It was also built because Sir John Black, the boss of the Standard Motor Company, made a bid for the Morgan Motor Company and failed. So he would have to build his own sports car that could compete with MG. Triumph already made the Triumph Roadster, but it was out dated an
Lowered price from €4.950-> €2.250 first registration : 11/04/1974. Sold with a 1300 cc or a 1500 cc, non mounted. Can be delivered with mounted engine, on request. The Triumph Toledo was a compact car introduced in August 1970 as a cheaper version of the Triumph 1300, which was at the same time replaced by the Triumph 1500. The Toledo shared the 1500s new front with a split grille, but instead of the 1500s twin round headlamps, it had single rectangular units set in a grey plastic grille. The rear end was like the 1300 except for the tail lights, which were of a simpler, flat-faced design. The biggest change from the 1300 was the retrograde step to rear-wheel drive and live rear axle (still with coil springs), in the interest of simplicity and low production costs. The interior was also cheaper, with wood confined to a dashboard consisting of a simple plank with holes drilled for the quite basic instrumentation but the interior was a cut above most other small cars at a time when black plastic was commonplace. Initially, the Toledo was only available as a two-door saloon with the 1300 cc engine of 58 bhp (43 kW) net. Drum brakes were fitted all round and there was no overdrive or
Lowered price!!! Belgian papers, very good shape (from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) The Triumph Mayflower is a small car which was produced by Britain's Triumph Motor Company from 1949 until 1953. It was the first small car to be built by Triumph under new owners, the Standard Motor Company. It used a version of the pre-war Standard 10 side-valve engine updated by having an aluminium cylinder head and single Solex carburettor. The engine developed 38 bhp (28 kW) at 4200 rpm. The 3-speed gearbox, with column shift, came from the Standard Vanguard and had synchromesh on all the forward ratios. There was independent suspension at the front using coil springs but a solid back axle and half-elliptic leaf springs, also based on the one used on the Vanguard, was at the rear. The front-suspension design was used on the Triumph 20TS prototype and, with modifications, on the Triumph TR2. Lockheed hydraulic brakes were fitted. A Mayflower tested by the British magazine The Motor in 1950 had a top speed of 62.9 mph (101.2 km/h) and could accelerate from 0–50 mph (80 km/h) in 26.6 seconds. A fuel consumption of 28.3 miles per imperial gallon (9.98 L/100 km; 23.6 mpg-US) wa
£29,950 The Triumph TR3 was produced between 1955 and 1962 by the Standard-Triumph Motor Company of Coventry, England. A traditional roadster, the TR3 is an evolution of the company’s earlier TR2 model, with greater power and improved braking. Updated variants, popularly but unofficially known as the "TR3A" and "TR3B", entered production in 1957 and 1962 respectively. The rugged ‘sidescreen’ TR, so named for its employment of removable plexiglass side curtains, was a sales and motorsport success. With approximately 74,800 TR3s sold across all variants, the model was the company’s third best seller after the TR7 and TR6, The Triumph was campaigned in races, hill climbs, and rallies across Europe and North America, with several outright, team, and class victories to its credit Although the car was usually supplied as an open two-seater, an occasional rear seat and bolt-on steel hard top were available as extras. The car is powered by a 1991 cc straight-four OHV engine initially producing 95 bhp (71 kW; 96 PS), an increase of 5 hp over the TR2 thanks to the larger SU-H6 carburettors fitted. This was later increased to 100 bhp at 5000 rpm by the addition of a "high port" cylinder he
Opening Hours Monday 9am-5pm Tuesday 9am-5pm Wednesday 9am-5pm Thursday 9am-5pm Friday 9am-5pm Saturday By appointment Sunday By appointment Appointments can also be made outside normal business hours. A true Iconic car ! A piece of History ! Only one owner from new ! Comes with original bill of sale from HR Owen. This stunning TR6 is finished in bright Yellow with Black leather interior. No frills, no nonsense, just a beautiful piece of British Motoring. This example drives amazingly well, probably better than when it was new it has overdrive and all functions correctly, the car has been painted as you would expect and looks stunning, the interior is all original, so may be the only area that could do with some attention. This is potentially a great investment opportunity, with only 8370 originally sold in the UK out of a total production of 94,000. In 2011 there were only 2723 registered in the UK. For further information or to arrange a viewing/test drive, please do not hesitate to contact us by email at email@example.com or telephone 01732 883113
Been subject to a full nut and bolt restoration a few years ago and more recently a repaint and interior refurb.;Immaculately presented throughout, finished in Black with contrasting luxurious Red leather interior. Used very little these last few years but has been carefully and correctly dry stored. ;MOT'd (no advisories) until March '17.;Being loud, fast and punchy this TR6 is now ready for some action!
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 and was produced between 1969 and 1976. The home market TR6 initially produced 150bhp but was later detuned to 125bhp. Due to their greater power output, the early models are more sought after amongst the Triumph enthusiasts. This striking example represents one of the earlier examples with a six-cylinder, Triumph GT6 Mk. II engine fitted. It also benefits from a four-speed gearbox with the optional factory overdrive unit fitted. Invoices detail a full strip and repaint (including hood-frame) in December 2015 as well as a new Stayfast mohair hood fitted at the same time. New tyres (modern 205's) can be found at each corner as well as a new clutch kit and full service including various electrical items. The MoT test certificate is valid for a full 12 months and the car is reported to run and drive well. Offered a
Triumph Tr6 Fast Road - recent build from Racestorations and has covered less than 3000 miles, Huge spec you will not find a better example.
1968 Triumph TR250, Nut and bolt restoration to Tr5 specification, registration number FND 620F, chassis number CD2591L, engine number CC3772-E, Signal red. With less than 400 miles since a full nut and bolt restoration, this Triumph TR250 is one of 8400 leaving the production line in a very short production run of only 15 months between 1967 and 1968. Intended for the North American market they did not feature the TR5's fuel injection system but relied on twin Zenith or Stromberg carburettors which in turn endowed the engine to develop 111 bhp against 150 bhp of the TR5's injected engine. This particular example that we have the pleasure in offering for sale has undergone a complete nut and bolt restoration by its previous engineer owner over a four year period. There is a CD containing over 100 images of all stages of the work that has been undertaken, supported by two large ring binders containing receipts and invoices. Now in Signal red with a contrasting black interior, hood and tonneau cover, the TR was converted to right hand drive and fitted with petrol injection which technically brings the car up to TR5 specification. It is interesting to note that the car is registered as a TR5 on the V5C as DVLA did not recognise the TR250 as a model when the Triumph was registered for the road. During the restoration the following works were carried out, a full bare shell rebuild and repaint, the engine was totally rebuilt with new pistons, bearings, crank regrind and rebore, the cylinder head was converted to cope with unleaded fuel, new electronic ignition, new fuel meter and pumps, new injectors, high torque starter motor, new hood, new hood cover, new dashboard (burr walnut), new wood rim steering wheel, new Mini Lite style alloy wheels with Yokohama tyres, new suspension with polybushes throughout, new exhaust system, new break callipers, disc pads, new brake and master cylinders, new brake servo, new heater matrix, new three piece clutch, the differential was overhauled, the gearbox and overdrive unit were overhauled, and the list of newly replaced or refurbished parts goes on and on to a total in excess of £15,000 not including labour. The Triumph currently has a road rally look with its Mini Lite wheels and bumperless body work but both the front and rear bumper and original steel wheels will be included in the sale and they are also in good condition. In summary the car drives exceptionally well and sounds lovely. V5C, MOT to November 2016, tax exempt
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