1961 Triumph TR3A
1961 Triumph TR3A
Factory Commission Number: TS 77810 L. Seller States: Last of the classic swept door British Sports cars. This car is a late in the production TR3 with builder documentation. (If you are unable to find a Morgan, this car should be yours). This car is a prime candidate for restoration. It was driven into the garage 10 years ago and I never got to it. Basically no rust and no Bondo can be found in the usual spots such as floor boards, trunk, rocker panels and wheel wells. All parts included, some need re-chroming. Has electric fuel pump and the gas tank was cleaned and coated with the POR gas tank system. Trim and carpet will need to be restored but all readily available. Comes with Weber DCOE 45's ($1200 upgrade) and a restorable factory set of SU carbs and the manifold if you want to go back to original. Definitely will want a paint job at some point, but good to go now. I put in an all 4 speed synchro transmission. Lots of books and manuals for restoration and owner. Rebuilt painted wire wheels with new knock-offs and an extra set of wire wheels. Includes the following parts: trunk luggage carrier, box of 4-SU (original) carburetors (used 2), carb manifold, (5) repair and owners manuals, windshield wiper blades, misc. carpet, (2) radiator (interior) cores, seat rails, glove box panic bar, glove box (fiber), misc. gaskets shift lever boot, (2) R & L knock off wheel spinners, (2) tire irons, wheel spokes, dash panel replacement, dash instrument panel, (2) wind wings for windshield, (2) side curtains, rear bumpers and brackets, front bumper overrides and brackets, front bumper, fender mirrors, hood hinges, Triumph marque lettering, head light rims, steering column turn signal shaft, (4) tires, (4) spoke wheels, extra motor radiator (needs repair but almost impossible to find), rear-view mirror, wheel spoke wrench, chrome badge bar, rebuildable starter motor, water pump, new hood Dzus fasteners. Come view this car in person on our Showroom floor Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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