*** Asking Price Reduced ***
While driving around town, this Triumph is a real Head Turner. I
always get nods of approval and comments regarding how much the car
is liked. This fine specimen of a Spitfire and is ready to be
driven. The interior is needing attention. The body is in excellent
shape and has been painted Triumph Carmine Red from its original
Orange. All the mechanics in this vehicle are good.
This will make the new owner a smile each time it is driven.
I would rate the vehicle between Fair and Good based on Haggerty grading scale. The chrome has some pitting and scratches. Paintwork is imperfect from an older restoration. No major parts are missing.
Recent maintenance has been done to the Brakes, Clutch, Transmission and Engine.
April 2015 - Replace entire brake system, new water pump, new dash pad and a true wooden dash board. Ready for the Summer.
She drives and runs real nice.
No trades please!
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