Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta is proud to offer this sweet 1965
Triumph TR4. The Triumph TR4 was produced from 1961 to 1965. The
TR4 body was designed by Giovanni Michelotti, one of the most
prolific designers of sports cars in the 20th century. His notable
contributions were for Ferrari, Lancia, Maserati and the Triumph
marques. In spite of its modern styling, a total of only 40,253 TR4
models were built during its 5-year production run. Code named
"Zest" during development, the new TR4 body style did away with the
cutaway door design of the previous TRs to allow for wind-down
(roll-up) windows in place of less convenient side-curtains. The
angular rear allowed a boot (trunk) with considerable capacity for
a sports car. The pushrod inline-4 TR4 engine was continued from
the earlier TR2/3 models, but the displacement was increased from
1991cc to 2138 cc (130.5 cu in) I4 in the TR4 by increasing bore
size, backed by a 4-Speed manual gearbox.
This 1965 Triumph TR4 has is believed to have undergone an older
full restoration finished back to its original White finish with a
Black convertible top over Black/ White Piping interior. It is
equipped with the rare 60-lace wire 15" wheels with chrome
spinners. This TR4 runs smooth and provides an exhilarating
open-air experience you would expect in a classic British sports
car. These timeless cars are increasingly getting harder to find on
the market. Inquire today.
1965 Triumph TR4
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