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It is believed that this numbers matching 1963 TR4 belonged to NJ owner Mr Mamchur, who then sold the car to Mr Poll of California, a known collector of fine vintage automobiles. Having two TR4’s he decided to sell one of them, to make room in his garage for something new. The TR4 was then bought by a well-known New York dealer who sold to a local enthusiast in 2016.

 According to the accompanying Heritage Certificate, this factory left hand drive TR4 left the factory on May 14th 1963. Factory optioned with 590 x 15 tyres, Heater, Windscreen washers, White hard top, White Surrey Top, Wood veneered facia, Overdrive and Sun visors. The TR4 was shipped from Samuel Williams Wharf in Essex to North America.

 Understood to be in good and low-mileage original condition, it was decided to undertake a comprehensive restoration of this TR4 in 2008. The engine was completely rebuilt with .040-over liners and pistons and hardened valve seats to permit use of unleaded petrol. The crankshaft bearings, as well as the main and rod bearings, were renewed and a new timing chain was fitted. New head and manifold studs also were fitted and for smoother operation with an aim to reduce oil leaks, the crankshaft was turned under 0.10 inches, then modified to accept a modern rear oil seal and fitted to the line-honed block.

 All the mechanical ancillaries, including the oil pump, water pump, distributor, starter, generator and radiator were repaired or replaced. The flywheel was resurfaced and a new was clutch installed. The fuel tank was then restored and a spin-on oil filter conversion was fitted. A stainless steel Falcon exhaust system was installed which is still in excellent condition today.

 The frame was checked and made sure to be straight. It was stripped and dipped, then primed and repainted. All body panels were primed and repainted using Glasurit materials. The body and frame were then correctly assembled using new mouldings and seals.

 The interior was beautifully redone, with re-padded seats upholstered in black leather with white pipping. The new carpeting fitted during the restoration remains in as new condition throughout. A period aftermarket wood-rim steering wheel, matching the fully restored low-gloss fascia wood, was fitted, though the original black banjo steering wheel comes with the car. The original switches, controls and gauges are in excellent condition with only minimal signs of patina. The engine compartment is in correct body-coloured paint and is exceptionally clean, with twin SU carburettors, and factory air cleaners with correct stickers.

Today, with only limited seasonal use, having covered 13,000 miles since restoration, this collector owned TR4 has been a contender and winner at concours shows while also having been used for enjoyable summer road tours. The condition, both cosmetically and mechanically, is excellent throughout. Testament to the quality of the restoration, today this TR4 shows with only the slightest of cosmetic imperfections.

This TR4 would certainly be a welcomed sight on both a concours lawn, or as a great summer tour automobile. This TR4 comes complete with the factory tool roll and tools, owner’s manual and a history file including photographs and receipts from the restoration. Also present is a Heritage Technical Certificate documenting the factory options, including the rare ‘Surrey Top’. A wonderful British sports car for any discerning enthusiast.

Inspections and offers welcomed.   Asking Price $38,500

Here is a link to a Hemmings Ad with many more photos
https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/triumph/tr4/1935019.html


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1973 Triumph TR 6 with 58,000 miles.
 Very clean
Owned car for 27 years.
Garaged and covered.
Brown / Black
Selling car because of lack of use. I could use the garage space.
Asking $12,000.
Car located Long Island
Call for additional details
Ken...(cell) 516-606-2232
Bayvilleken@yahoo.com


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1968 TR-250

Triumph Racing Green. Black interior, convertible top with cover and tonneau cover. Racing steering wheel.   AM/FM cassette stereo.  Body-off restoration by prior owner.
I have owned since 1998 and done the following:  Wire wheels with new Redline Radials.  New main & rod bearings. New front and rear seals.  New clutch, pressure plate, throw-out bearing & clutch master cylinder. Oil cooler with thermostat and stainless steel aircraft hoses.  Auxiliary upper-end oil feed.  New starter motor.  New radiator with auxiliary electric fan. New water pump. New timing chain.  New stainless steel exhaust. Rear End completely rebuilt w/ new ring & pinion gears, carrier bearings, pinion bearings, axle bearings and seals.  Rare transition car; only 8,000 made, only one year.

$25,000
Ron Holik (631) 871-4115    ronholik@gmail.com

    
                           

       


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1974 TR6 Original Owner, Garaged
asking $17,000
Very Clean, 61,000 original miles
Color: Mallard Green
Free Flow Exhaust, Overdrive, New Top
Reason for Selling, replaced by new Porsche
Call Mark at 516-458-3013 (Glen Head NY)

                                      
             

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Fun to drive, runs well. Body in good condition, factory hardtop, 52,850 miles. Electric overdrive switch.

1980 Triumph Spitfire 1500 with 52,850 miles, $4,500 (b/o).

The car is in good condition and runs well. It was in Idaho before coming to New York, where it has been garaged for the past seven years. Generally not driven during the winter months. 14,000 miles on rebuilt engine, which was put in in 2008. Front brakes replaced in 2009. New tires put on in 2011 - they have about 7,000 miles on them. Rear differential replaced and new clutch assembly installed in 2014. New battery put in summer 2015. I have all receipts for repairs made and parts.

Transmission has the electric overdrive switch in the gear shift knob.

Custom brown paint job in 2008. Interior carpet and seats were replaced in 2013. The car comes with a tonneau cover, convertible cover, and a factory hard top. (Lining of the hardtop needs to be replaced, but doesn’t look too bad or interfere with driving.) The rear bumper is a solid, temporary fix (steel).

Life changes and a move out West mean I have to sell this little car. I’ve loved owning it and driving it. It’s a lot of fun.

Call 917 699 7095 (cell) with any questions or for more information.

                                               







           


                                                               


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1970 Triumph TR6

 7,935 on odo (believed to be 107,935). 

 $10,000.

 646-210-2598  Car is located in Amagansett.

 Approximately 1,000 miles on rebuilt motor done by British Car Service.  Rebuild was done in 2008 and is fully documented,  including new clutch, flywheel ring gear, new brake master cylinder,  new radiator, water pump and associated parts, new oil pump, new engine & trans mounts and rebuilt carb.  

 Good overall condition, reliable, drives and runs very nicely.  All electricals work.  No body rust or dents, some nicks in the paint.  No frame rust.  Driver side footwell has rust.  The car has been repainted yellow, but not a Triumph color and is in average condition. 

Interior is in good but it is not the original factory interior.  The top is in good shape and the roof bows are in good condition.  .  

 I have owned the car since 2008 and it has always been garage kept and covered in a heated garage. 

I am selling this car and two other non-British cars,  that I have owned for years to finance home renovations.  

                                      
               



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Triumph TR6 1972 in excellent condition. 
This car has been completely restored. All new paint, new interior, rebuilt engine and rebuilt transmission, new clutch and much more. Owners manual and summer car cover.  Runs beautifully and looks great...just get in and drive.....
Call Annette at 631-905-9620  

 $17,500

           Color: Mimosa Yellow

          Interior color: Black

          VIN: CC80736U

          Transmission: MANUAL

Miles on Rebuild: <10,000

          Engine: 6 Cylinder

                 
                     
                       

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1980 Triumph TR8 with 46,000 original miles. VERY clean.
Purchased new in Louisiana, built in Jan of 1980. It is a highly desirable Posieden green metallic (British racing green) with tan interior (RAG). Only about 2,700 were ever produced. Engine is Land rover V8, 5-speed with original carbs. Currently on its third owner (second is good friend of mine) and has been garaged its entire life.
Paint is 8/10 with only one quarter-sized rust spot on the entire vehicle (on trunk lid by drivers head). Some fading, spidering, etc.
Car is 99.99(9)% original and untouched with the exception of aftermarket radio. Car runs great! top hoses replaced, serviced with fluids, tear in driver's side seat (fabric) from wear. Tires have plenty of life. All switches, knobs, dimmers, light motors 100% functional, Fog lights and horn work. Top leather is in great condition but a few snaps need to be replaced and plastic window is hazed from time. Actively working on trying to remedy as they are easy fixes. Original wheels, owners manual, key, lots of service records, even original bill of sale. Car does have A/C but is not functional.
Air Pump was recently replaced. Car has been very well taken car of.
It is not a show car, although it is a great candidate to be one, it was used as a weekend enjoyment vehicle but no longer have the time to give it the attention it deserves and I'd like the garage space back.
Car is located in Western Suffolk County, NY. Asking $10,000. Any questions, please contact Justin via email, 1980TR8ForSale@gmail.com

               
               
                 

                
            


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