A 1960 Triumph TR3A Roadster. Two tops. The car was stripped quite a few years ago for a restoration which didn’t happen. All the body panels have been taken apart and it comes with many new panels as well as other duplicate pictures. Comes with everything you can see in the pictures, and no more.
The engine turns over manually by hand.
Comes with the spare tire and side curtains.
An excellent opportunity to own and restore a fabulous TR3 Roadster.
Any questions welcome.
Please message or call Frank Sajjad at 2166452100.
(We can help to make arrangements for worldwide shipping.)
Shipping cost to Rotterdam or Felixstowe, UK is $1,500
A Triumph TR3 was the first sports car in which I ever rode, and the most indelible memory is how the car was so low and the doors cut away so much that I could easily reach down and touch the pavement.
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