Introduced in 1946 just after the war the early cars were equipped with the 1800cc engine derived from the Standard 14 and later fitted to the Jaguar 1.5 litre with the overhead valve conversion. In 1949, and in conjunction with the launch of the Standard Vanguard, Triumph turned to the more robust 2088cc Vanguard engine that in some form or another carried on right through to the TR4a.
This highly prized example really does stand out from the majority of examples one sees on offer. It was the subject of a very detailed and good quality restoration all carefully logged in two thick folders by the original owner who sadly had very little use of it due to health problems. We purchased the car and have sold it twice now so it is well known to us and delighted to see its return.
The coachwork is of an exceptional standard and was certainly painted by a professional who knew what he was doing. Chrome is first class all round and the supple red leather upholstery and beautiful walnut dashboard create a very desirable place for one to sit in. Dicky seat area shows virtually no use since the restoration, hopefully the photos portray this along with the condition of the rest of the car.
It was such a lovely dry sunny afternoon when we took the photos that I got totally carried away and decided to include a video, hopefully a link will be uploaded on the website in the next few days fingers crossed.
For more information and to arrange your appointment to view phone us on 01487 842085 / 07860 226562 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Length 14ft 6in, Width 4ft 3in
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|Model||Roadster 2000 with Dicky Seats|
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