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
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.
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
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
1973 Triumph Stag Mk2 VIN: LE21675U This Triumph Stag is a documented one-owner example, purchased new by Byron Webb as his personal car when his dealership, Webb Motors in Roanoke, VA, was a factory authorized Triumph dealer. Originally used for touring early on, and in recent years exercised only on Sunday morning drives to church, the 40,747 miles is original and correct. The Stag has spent its entire life in Mr. Webb's climate controlled garage, or on proud display in his dealership's showroom. Maintained since new by Mr. Webb's factory trained mechanics, it presents in stunning condition. Having received meticulous, almost fanatical care and maintenance throughout its life, Mr. Webb's only changes from the original specifications were non-invasive upgrades that included a dual oil and temperature gauge in place of the original temperature gauge, a Crane XR-7000 electronic ignition, and a Rimmer Brothers radiator. Such low mileage cars, no matter how well cared for, always need a good bit of fettling to get them back up to reliable road going spec. When we acquired this car an extensive diagnostic was performed, and all the outstanding issues have been resolved. Some of the maj
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A good presentable car with a Rover 3.9 V8 conversion fitted with a K&N airfilter, Kenlowe fan, stainless steel exhaust. This car needs works to be perfect, it would benefit from attention to the paintwork and hood mechanism
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