1959 Triumph TR3A

Gearbox: Manual 4 Speed O/D

4 years on we are delighted to welcome this lovely TR3A back into our showroom. According to an accompanying extract from the production records of The Standard Motor Company Ltd, this example was built on 24th September 1959 and originally finished in Signal Red with Black upholstery and Black weather equipment- a combination it wears to this day. Supplied new across the pond, it was repatriated in 1989 by sports car dealer Murray Scott-Nelson. Treated to an extensive, chassis-up, bare metal restoration by its first UK keeper, Mr B. Watson of Clifford, Wetherby, the work included conversion to right-hand drive and the installation of a more powerful TR3B/ TR4 specification 2138cc four-cylinder UHV engine. Converted to run on unleaded petrol as part of an engine overhaul carried out during 2002, ‘SSK 972’ now runs and drives just right. The overdrive kicks in and out on the button. Progressively improved since then, the Triumph has benefited from attention to its fuel system, cooling system, clutch, headlights and carburettors. Offered for sale with V5C Registration Document, restoration photo album and a large history file this TR3A really has it all (Apart from a new owner of course!)

Price: £31,995

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