TRIUMPH 1958 TR3A, that is very rare with great history as late 1957 production for a 1958 USA registration, an early TR3A produced for the world market! In just remarkable condition mechanical condition as restored to top Driven British Car Day Show condition, a great cosmetic presentation and very, very top mechanicals just completed, repainted in the original Signal Red, restored black buckets with white piping trim, this looks just like the factory promotional brochures, this very strong 2.0 litre 4 cylinder engine is rebuilt with less than 400 miles, very excellent compression with a 156 to 160 lb reading just taken, equipped with the proper dual SU H6 carburetors and factory air cleaner, then after sitting for an number of years, this is just fully set up with final British tech tune, strong clutch assembly, hard to find shop and factory Manuals, also many factory original ads show this presentation as made to the public in 1958, this model features the cut back door build with gorgeous swooping fenders, this remains a true classic car design, very nice chrome, excellent wiring, the 4 speed transmission works great with the optional working overdrive, excellent braking with first year front discs, blackwall tires, effortless good suspension, see the proper restored ‘banjo’ factory steering with spokes to complete the factory appearance, all the chrome is excellent throughout, front bumper guards, outstanding underchassis and frame that are set up detailed for driven show, the mechanicals and cosmetics are fresh, here is an extremely rare investment 1958 TR3A verified by the ‘numbers’ and the promotional material for this very rare car, previous owner since 1968, now a full Fraser Dante check of the car for Summer 2017, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
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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