Interested in this vehicle? Please email us at email@example.com or contact us directly by telephone on 01363 83909 A Devon car from new, it has been fully recommissioned following three years storage and after a very comprehensive programme of maintenance and refurbishement now has a current Mot, Historic road tax 'exempt'. It has been fitted with brand new Minilite 14" wheels and 185x14 tyres in place of the standard 13" steel wheels and tyres which give it considerably higher gearing for modern day motoring as well as much improved fuel economy. It has the added benefit of the factory sliding sunroof. Superb mechanicals and very original albeit a bit time-worn interior, the paintwork is delightfully scruffy in the tradition of the true rally car. it was driven from the UK to Switzerland in March performing the 1000km trip faultlessly and is now being used there by our Swiss colleague for classic Regularity Rallying and promotional purposes The Auto-Invest team completed the 2012 Alpine Challenge in the Snotter in June, in the exhalted company of such classic icons as a 1955 Mercdes Benz 300SL Gullwing covering some 800 miles on some of the highest passes in Europe finishing
Interested in this vehicle? Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us directly by telephone on 01363 83909 The Pre-war Triumph Register estimate that from a total production of some 117 of this model, just 11 are known to survive with their original bodywork making this car an extremely rare item. It is a totally original example which would appear never to have been restored previously and is estimated to have been off the road for at least 50 years. Still fitted with its original 1232cc Coventry Climax engine and 'freewheel' gearbox, this rare 76 year old was registered new in Devon and there it has stayed apart from a brief 3 year interlude in South Wales. The original Exeter registration number BFJ 54 remains with the car and it is fitted with an original (presumably from new) Weathershield period sunroof. It requires full restoration- mechanicals/body/paint/interior trim. However, everything is there and has not been 'improved' by anyone in the past. The aluminium panels which form the entire upper part of the bodyshell have been stripped of paint and are in a good state of preservation whilst the chassis appears sound with only surface rust visible. Alternativel
Triumph Scrambler 900, Matt Blue, Arrow Exhaust, Black Sump Guard, Tidy Tail, As New, Warranty, Delivery and Finance Available
- Entered from a private collection - 1 of just 3 survivors known to the pre-1940 Triumph Motor Club - Dark Blue leather, continuation buff logbook, Eire registered since 1996
1971 Triumph Vitesse Convertible MK II. 2.0 Litre. Manual with Overdrive. Factory white with black ambla upholstery and black hood. This Vitesse has incredibly had just one owner from new until 2016, 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 with working overdrive. More recently the car has been fitted with a brand new set of Minilite style wheels and tyres and twin stainless exhaust pipes. 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.
Launched in 1970, the Triumph Stag was a luxury grand tourer. Envisioned as a luxury sports car, it was designed to compete directly with the Mercedes-Benz SL class models. All Stags were four-seater convertible coupés but, for structural rigidity and to meet new American rollover standards at the time, the Stag required a B-pillar 'roll bar' hoop connected to the windscreen frame by a T-bar. A removable hardtop was a popular factory option for the early Triumph Stags and was later supplied as standard equipment. A new 2.5 litre, V8 engine, designed and developed by Triumph's Harry Webster, was later enlarged to 2997cc. Most Stags were fitted with a Borg Warner automatic gearbox although manual gearboxes with overdrive are available. Electric windows, power steering and power-assisted brakes were fitted as standard. Presented in unmarked green paintwork with similarly presented black trim, this automatic 1973 Stag is in fantastic order throughout. In the past 32 years, this car had covered a staggering 710 miles. Having had a comprehensive restoration completed in 1985, the then owner tragically passed away and his widow couldn't bear the thought of parting with what had been a lab
We are delighted to bring to market this stunning 1962 Triumph TR3A with Overdrive matching numbers. This TR3A was imported into the UK some 4 years ago as a dry state US car, at that time the car was restored and converted to RHD, the engine was rebuilt to 2.0 spec with the addition of an unleaded head, there are a number of invoices in the cars history file confirming these works. Owned for the last few years by a titled owner the car is now well patinated and settled after the works. The car has a good hood, tonneau and side screens. On the road she drives well with engine being more torquey that normal with the overdrive clicking in and out smoothly. She is fitted with a nice set of chrome wire wheels and the brakes pull up straight and well.;The TR has received some minor re-commissioning from us mainly consisting of a full body machine polish. We will also be selling the car fully serviced and with a rebuilt up-rated radiator and new MOT. Although a converted car she is a sound car and offers exceptional value for money at the price offered.
This is a 1 owner 1971 Triumph TR6 150hp with overdrive and only 65000 miles from new, matching numbers. The car was originally delivered to the owner new in Singapore to UK spec. The TR spent it's early life in Singapore being only used sparingly at weekends and special occasions. In December 1987 the car was repatriated when the owner moved back to the UK. Once again the car was used occasionally at the weekends and always in the dry. The car was stored in a heated garage. As the owner got older the car was used less and less until his demise in 2016. We purchased the car from his widow and although in outstanding structural condition it was clear that the car needed 'refreshing' and re-commissioning. ;We stripped the car down, removing the engine and gearbox and stripping the interior basically to a bare shell. On inspection it was clear that the TR6 had all it's original panels and had never been welded and there was no rust present. We re-finished the paintwork and serviced the engine, we replaced the clutch and flywheel which were balanced together with the balanced prop-shaft, which was fitted with new UJ's, we also replaced the brakes completely, fitted a new up-rated radiator and replaced various items under the bonnet, a new battery was fitted . We also serviced the engine and renewed the fuel lines. The TR also has its original factory hard top.;The interior of he car was re-fitted using the original seats and belts with renewal of the carpets only being necessary due to sun damage. The hood is original and in good condition as is the tonneau cover and hood envelope. We also fitted a new set of chrome wire wheels and tyres. We have a photographic record of this work which will be passed on to the new owner.;The end result is a TR6 that is both stunning to look at and in condition. The car drives extremely well with the overdrive working smoothly. This we believe is the only 1 owner Triumph TR6 to come to market in recent times, accordingly the car is not cheap, particularly with the level of work that we have undertaken and the cars excellent provenance. The Triumph will be sold with a new MOT. ;The car represents a blue chip investment for the discerning collector and must be the best TR6 available in the market today.
Finished in stunning Signal Red with contrasting immaculate black leather interior and red piping. Recent full service and MOT. Runs and drives beautifully. Great opportunity to own and use a piece of classic motoring history!
We are delighted to offer a truly magnificent motor car created by a very determined gentleman who is, not only the current owner, but also the one who set out to learn the necessary skills to turn his idea into a reality. The class winning Le Mans Triumph Spitfires and the lightweight competition E-Types inspired the idea. His vision was to create a fine handling and quick motor car that could be driven through France and compete at hill climb events. The donor car was a Triumph Mk. III GT6 of 1972 vintage. The car was completely stripped and shot blasted. A rear body tub, Spitfire floorpans and Mk. III Spitfire scuttle were acquired and the highly respected Mark Davis, of MD Restorations, ensured that the basic shell was completed to a high standard. With the structure and chassis now sound, the painstaking work of creating the shape began. Constrained, only by the basic shell, the aluminium panels were formed in the traditional manner, ply wood formers creating the profile and the aluminium shaped and worked over them and welded in several sections; all done by eye. The bonnet was the main challenge and if you recognise some Italian connection here then you would be correct. An
This very original Triumph 2500 TC Saloon has only covered 46000 miles from new. The car still retains its original dealer supplied number plates, windscreen sticker, dealer folder and passport to service book. USC 137R was supplied by Heron Rossleigh in Kirkcaldy, Fife on the 22nd October 1976. The supplying dealer carried out the first two services at 1105 and 3293 miles. Further service stamps in the passport to service book are recorded at 7130, 15250, 21981, 26621 and 28719 miles in 1986. By 1995 the Triumph had covered 32880 miles and the oldest MOT we have is dated 23rd April 1996 with 33146 miles. Between 1996 and 2007 the Triumph covered just 1600 miles but in the past nine years USC 137R has covered almost 11500 miles taking the mileage to almost 46000. We have supplied the car to several customers over recent years, this time the car was driven to us from Norfolk. We previously sold the Triumph to a West Yorkshire based Barrister and prior to that it was driven to us faultlessly from Lancashire. Since first selling the car in 2013 it has covered in the region of 4500 miles. When we originally bought the car in 2013, it was driven to us from Northampton so we are confiden
- Entered from a private collection - Light Brown leather upholstery, original service instruction manual - Aged Black paintwork, unwarranted but not inconceivable 40,816 recorded miles
A real treat to behold, we bet there aren’t many who wouldn’t agree that our Stag looks like a fresh restoration, despite having been completed in 1991 such is its exemplary condition and quality. A credit to the team at Tudor Classics of Manchester with whom more than £26,000 was invested to make this the very best available. The bodywork is very good, arrow straight and exceptionally well painted in a tasteful shade of metallic blue with what appears to be a light fleck in the paint. The interior is well trimmed in black leather, and the wood, hard-top, door cards and carpets are all in good order as well. Mechanically, the V8 engine which was meticulously rebuilt at point of restoration and performs as you would expect from such a car. It’s being mated to the manual overdrive gearbox is also an enormous positive in our opinion since we believe this enhances the driving experience considerably. The restoration was comprehensive to the very last nut and bolt and is fully detailed with receipts from Tudor Classics, however, even before this restoration it is clear from the copious documentation from pre-1991 that this was a well maintained and cared for car. This car really does need to be seen to be appreciated. Now offered with a nearly new canvas hood, hard top, and a large collection of invoices, receipts, old MOTs, plus the current valid to 5th January, 2018, inspections are welcomed at our premises in North Yorkshire.
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1964 Triumph Spitfire 4 MK I. Wedgewood blue with black upholstery, black hood and factory hard top. This stunning Spitfire was restored in 2002 by well-known Triumph specialists Robsport and we have a large album containing photographs of the work carried out. Since thast time the car has only covered 5,000 miles and is still in outstanding condition today. We have a large history file containing bills, invoices and old MoT certificates as well as the original buff log book. Interestingly the car is also a TV star having appeared in the 2013 Clark's Shoes Commercial "Weekend Away" see https:vimeo.com/200853083. MK I Spitfires are a very rare sight nowadays and according to How Many Left only 13 cars were taxed during 2016 so that makes this Triumph very collectible. The soft top is in great condition as is the tonneau cover and with the factory hard top it makes this car very usable. Driving just as it should with no faults it is just waiting for a new home where it can be cherished and loved by its new owners. We think this car will be a sound investment because of its condition and rarity. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery and shipping can be arranged.
This ultra-low mileage, low ownership Triumph Spitfire was first registered on the 22nd November 1979. LNO 381V left the factory in Vermillion Red with optional overdrive and a hard top that is still with the car today. The Triumph was registered new in Brentwood, Essex and changed hands within the town to a lady on the 16th October 1988. She kept the car until 2011 but we believe the Spitfire had spent many years off the road. The Triumph was not used from 2011 to the summer of 2015 when it was subject of some basic re-commissioning work. The Triumph was MOT tested but only covered 15 miles from 2015-2016 and the car arrived with us in totally original condition with a mileage of just 25000. On arrival at our Malton Coachworks workshop, the Triumph was checked over and various work was recommended. The vehicle was programmed into the schedule and has since benefitted from a rebuilt gearbox, replacement brake caliper, brake hose, front and rear wheel cylinders, new rear brake shoes, new brake master cylinder, replacement brake fluid, new sump gasket, timing cover gasket, timing cover oil seal, replacement radiator, new fan belt, new thermostat housing, new starter solenoid, windscr
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 outstanding low mileage Triumph Stag was supplied new by Paul Street Garage Ltd, London EC2 and supplied new to National Car Parks Limited in West London. This French Blue example spent six years in Northern Ireland before first coming to us in 2014 with a mileage of 60,000 from new. Since selling the Stag in 2014 to one of the key board members of the East Yorkshire Thoroughbred Car Club, the car has covered 4000 miles and has had almost £5000 taking the car to a truly outstanding standard. Work includes fully re-furnishing the original hard top, major engine bay detailing, annual servicing and mechanical maintenance. The Stag has now come back to us in part exchange and has to be of one the smartest, most genuine automatic Stags we have owned. This is a truly superb motor car and it will not disappoint. The car comes with its original handbook, Passport to Service book with stamped PDI, sales brochure, British Leyland warranty card and original stereo manual and wiring diagram. The car has arrived with us in exceptional order and has the most superb, straight, rust free bodyshell. The underside is outstanding, the engine bay excellent and the individual panels are all in fir
Triumph Spitfire MK IV Overdrive, British Racing Green This original Dutch Triumph Spitfire MK IV was delivered in 1972 in beautiful British Racing Green paint. The MK IV has the original 1296 CC, 63 HP engine and is fully checked in our workshop. Recently the clutch was replaced and the Spitfire was provided with a bigger radiator for better cooling. The Triumph is great to drive thanks to the manual gearbox with overdrive. This makes driving an even greater pleasure. The whole interior is new and has black leather with a beautiful wooden dashboard. This marvellous Triumph Spitfire is ready for a lot of pleasure trips. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.
Triumph Spitfire MK2 1965 Overdrive The Triumph Spitfire was produced for a short time, so he is very hard to find nowadays. This is an originally in Holland delivered Spitfire, in colour Old English White with some traces of use and original patina and wire wheels. This Spitfir has a completely new leather interior in colour burgundy red, a beautiful combination with the wooden dashboard and chrome clocks. Technics fully checked in our workshop. The car has the original 1147CC engine. The car drives great and has the very popular overdrive option which makes the car even drive more pleasant. When you are looking for a perfect driving Spitfire, this one is a good choice. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any import taxes. We can help with transport.
Like the Triumph 2000 it was developed from, the Stag was styled by Italian maestro Giovanni Michelotti and featured the monocoque construction, independent suspension, disc/drum brakes, power-assisted rack, and also the pinion steering and driveline of that saloon. The power plant, though, was an all-new overhead cam, V8 of 3000cc capacity fed by a pair of Stromberg carburettors and the newcomer received a warm reception at the time of launch in 1970. Very desirable, the Stag is well supported through various clubs and specialist suppliers. First registered on the 1st May, 1972, this excellent example has the rarer and more desirable manual gearbox with overdrive. The car was completely rebuilt in 1999/2000 with the work carried out documented in a photo album. Also included is a large file containing details and invoices dating from 1980 through to today along with a V5 document, an MoT test certificate valid until February 2018. No expense has been spared to make the car a true pleasure to drive, however in the last year it has covered only 415 miles and it is thought that a change of ownership will give the car the use it deserves. With power steering, independent suspension, e
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