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Triumph TR250 cars for sale

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Triumph TR250
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  • Triumph TR250 cabriolet 1968

    €39,950(£33,993.46) €39,950(£33,993.46)

    Triumph TR250 cabriolet 1968, very rare, in good condition The Triumph TR250 was only built in 1968 and about 600 are left. The beautiful red paint is a great combination with the many chromeparts and chrome wire wheels. The interior has black leather bucket seats with white piping. This Triumph has the original 2498 CC, 111 HP engine. In combination with the manual gearbox, this car is easy to handle. The very rare Triumph TR250 is an interesting investment. Car has Holland title and Holland mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1968
    For sale
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  • 1968 Triumph TR250 hot rod

    $39,800(£32,094.72) $39,800(£32,094.72)

    1968 Triumph TR250 hot rod, S/N CD8433L, Dark Blue with tan, 2.5 litre in-line 6 cylinder engine with three Weber carburetors, 4 speed manual gearbox with electronic overdrive, competition upgrades by UK Triumph specialist, Racetorations, including Silverstone magnesium wheels, three Weber carburetors, forged pistons and modified cam, race prepped TR6 head, alloy finned sump, alloy water pump and housing, chrome moly pushrods, uprated oil pump, lightweight flywheel, electronic distributor, Racetorations finned rear differential, prop shaft and modified drive shafts, alloy radiator, oil cooler, finned rear brake drums, racing front calipers, roll bar, fiberglass surrey top, recent servicing by Racetorations USA agent.

    • Year: 1968
    • Mileage: 70700 mi
    For sale
  • Triumph TR250

    £36,395 £36,395

    FOR SALE A gorgeous Triumph TR250 meticulously converted to UK TR5 PI specification. MODEL HISTORY Only produced between July 1967 and September 1968 the TR5/TR250 is one of the rarest and most sought after TR models with only 1161 units for the home market and 8484 units for the export market. The TR250 was produced with twin Stromberg carburetted 104bhp/2498cc six cylinder engine to meet exhaust emission regulations in comparison to the fuel injected 150bhp TR5. Effectively a stop-gap model created to bridge the gap between the four-cylinder TR4A and the six-pot TR6, the TR5 blends the more period looks of the older model with the smooth straight-six of the later one. EQUIPMENT Steel panelled body, front and rear bolt-on wings, forward hinged bonnet and doors, chrome bumpers, chrome headlamp surrounds, recessed Smiths gauges with non glare bezels, ammeter, water and oil pressure gauges, rheostat control, heater fan, air distribution, glove locker, mohair tonneau cover. Accessories: Wooden steering wheel, electronic clock, 12v power socket. EXTERIOR Designed by Giovanni Michelotti the TR5 is instantly recognisable with the classic lines and bonnet bulges admired by so many. Finished in opulent Royal Blue, (Code 56), the glossy polished shine is incredible with a deep clear reflection throughout. The Heritage Trust Certificate confirms this to be the original and correct factory colour. All the chrome has a mirror finish and the black mohair hood with both half and full tonneau covers are pristine. Amazingly presented throughout and a real show piece. INTERIOR The lavishly padded cockpit remains finished in factory correct Black, (Code 11), and will please those wanting an immaculate TR cabin with all controls and gauges fully functioning. The clear and complete instrumentation is housed in a non-reflecting walnut facia undamaged and uniformly stained throughout. Rich carpeting with thick felt underlay combined with two deep shaped seats will allow comfortable long distance touring. A beautiful period wooden steering wheel has been added, electronic clock and 12v power outlet for convenience. Splendid. ENGINE & TRANSMISSION The 6 cylinder 74.7mm x 95mm 2498cc engine produces 150bhp at 5500rpm with a maximum torque 164lbs/ft at 3500rpm thanks to the Lucas fuel injection system. Smooth responsive power makes this a capable modern cruiser with a top speed of 125mph and 0-60 in 8.7 seconds. The exhaust note is truly addictive and exhibitionists will enjoy the spotless engine bay with a polished bonnet underside! A recent clutch kit makes the four speed transmission fitted with overdrive a pleasure to use. WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES Fitted with the optional and unmarked 60 spoke wire wheels shod in new branded 195/65 R15 tyres all round. Servo assisted front disc brakes and 9 inch drums to the rear provide effective and safe stopping power. HISTORY FILE Built on the 3rd of July 1968 this Triumph TR250 represents a rare and highly collectable model. Enthusiast owned with a no expense spared mentality since re-entry into the UK on the 25th November 2004. A history file consisting of many invoices, manuals and old MOT certificates is included with the sale. Used on both the show circuit and importantly for touring, with a recent trip across Bavaria on the German TR International event at Bad Gögging, this example really does offer the discerning buyer the very best TR250/5 experience. MOT Jan 2018, Tax Exempt and HPI Clear. To see a video of this car please click on the link below: https://youtu.be/reqV-V5Kh0c To see a full set of photographs of this car please click on the link below: https://flic.kr/s/aHskLGJFuJ 'Like us' or 'Follow us' for exciting new cars coming soon at KGF Classic Cars: http://www.facebook.com/KGFClassiccars http://twitter.com/KGFClassicCars

    • Year: 1968
    • Mileage: 9071 mi
    • Engine size: 2.5
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  • Triumph TR250 (1967).

    €55,000(£46,799.50) €55,000(£46,799.50)

    The TR250 and TR5 were roadsters built for only 13 months between August 1967 and September 1968. Visually identical to the Michelotti styled TR4, the main differences were under the body. The most significant change from the TR4 was the 2,5 Litre straight six engine, which was carried forward to the TR6. The TR5 had a fuel injected engine, and was destined for the European market, while the identical TR250 had a twin Stromberg carburetor set-up to meet the US emission regulations. In total 8480 examples were made, and it is believed less then 700 cars are still in existence. This matching numbers car was delivered in Los Angeles in December 1967, in exactly the same colour combination as it is today. The car was imported into Europe in 2005 and nut-and-bolt restored by the late Piet Mozes, a well respected and very experienced restorer. This restoration is completely documented with many photographs which come with the car. Driving this fantastic TR250 is quite an experience. During the restoration, some details were improved to obtain better reliability and driveability. The engine now offers similar performance as its European TR5 sister, and produces a gorgeous sound while doin

    • Year: 1967
    • Mileage: 930 mi
    For sale
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