1962 TRIUMPH TR3A $25,500 (over $30,000) invested). The car has excellent red paint and body work, very good interior, like new white top and 60 spoke chrome wire wheels with 2-1/4" white wall tires. It has a used tonneau cover and picnic basket. This car has won Best-in-Class at the Vancouver BC and Seattle All British Car Shows. The Odometer reads 06937 (106,937) the engine has been rebuilt, has good compression, good oil pressure and runs strong. The restoration started in 1993 and it has been driven limited miles each year and never in the rain since it was painted. This September (2016) Crown Hill Motors, a British car repair shop, did over $7,600 worth of repairs. They installed a reconditioned distributor, new rotor cap, new spark plugs and wire set, replaced motor mounts and the valves adjusted. Also they re-cored the radiator and replaced the cooling parts. They installed a new brake master cylinder, rebuilt the calipers with new pistons, new rotors and ceramic pads, installed new brake hoses and front wheel bearings. The fuel pump was changed to an electric fuel pump and they adjusted the rebuilt carburetors. Earlier the starter and solenoid, the real axle seals and pinion seals were replaced. It has new rear bumpers, new battery box, TR3 wings, new air filters and the front bumper assembly was replaced.