Triumph TR3
£24,995
A
Manual
transmission
Reg: ODO48
registration
1991cc Engine
engine size
43,810 Miles
mileage
Convertible
body style
Petrol
fuel type
2 Doors
doors
Yellow
colour
1959
year
£24,995
price
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Triumph TR3 A for £24,995

Description
Triumph TR3A in Primrose Yellow with Royal Blue leather and Cornflower Blue carpets. Manual/Overdrive The Triumph TR3 was built between 1955 and 1957 and was powered by a 1991cc engine which initially produced 95bhp increasing to 100bhp at 5000rpm.The four speed manual transmission could be supplemented by an overdrive unit on the top three ratios electrically operated and controlled by a switch on the dash. In 1956, the front brakes changed from drum to disc becoming the first British series production car to be so fitted. Because of these disc brakes, the TR3 and subsequent TR3As became known for their superior braking ability making it an autocross favourite. In 1957, the TR3 was replaced by an updated version, the TR3A, which included new wide front grille, exterior door handles, lockable boot handle and came with a full tool kit as standard, although the TR3As still retained the 1991cc engine. Attractively presented in Primrose yellow over Royal Blue leather with Cornflower Blue carpets, this 1959 TR3A was originally supplied by Wests of Lincoln to Stimpsons Garage, Boston. It comes supplied with a lovely history file which includes notes and letters from previous owners as well as the cars original logbook, old tax discs and even a period maintenance handbook. Upon the second owners passing, the car was then stored for some 37 years until its third owner had the car sympathetically restored and recommissioned with a lot of invoices relating to the work carried out included in the file. Upon test drive the car ran lovely with working overdrive on 2nd, 3rd and 4th gears. The desirable number plate ODO 48 is also included with the car. The car comes with a Heritage Certificate, original logbook, history file, many MoT test certificates supporting the mileage, old tax discs, service instruction manual and maintenance handbook this attractive and fun to drive little TR is ready to go. The overall condition of this car is stunning and drives just as you would expect. This is a vehicle that any enthusiast would be very proud to own and enjoy. MOT and tax exempt. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. All major debit cards accepted. Free U.K mainland delivery. Please follow us on Facebook and Instagram @morseclassics.