If you are looking for a rust free Triumph Spitfire 1500, look no more. New interior and paint. Hard and soft tops. Stainless steel exhaust. New am/fm CD player and speakers. Lots of spare parts.
Body off restoration: Frame and body wire brushed and treated with naval petroleum jelly to remove all surface rust before painting. All attachment rubber bushings replaced with new. New windshield. New doors hardware inside and out. New brakes including brake lines. New brake master and clutch master cylinders. Clutch slave rebuilt. New standard front springs in place of stiff racing springs. Four wheel alignment. New steering flexible coupling. Steering is tight. I recently added photos of the underside.
Everthing is stock with the following exceptions. Modified the dash to include oil pressure and volt gauges. Moved the light switch to left of steering wheel. Have original dash if you want to restore. I also added a five position electrical sub-panel to add better electrical protection. Dual SU carbs expertly tuned. Have original Stomberg but not the intake manifold.
In the world we live in now, classic British sports cars have become less and less affordable. A Jaguar E-type roadster can cost more than $70,000, and a Triumph TR4 or MGA can cost more than $30,000.
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