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1967 Triumph TR4A matching number car: original engine, transmission, 60 spoke wire wheels, black leather seats, tonneau cover, banjo steering wheel, and hood stowage cover. In 2015 replaced timing chain, fuel pump, clutch master & slave cylinder, spin on oil filter, rear brake hoses and rear wheel cylinders, upper ball joints and tire jack. In 2016 two new slide seat assemblies. In 2017 new clutch and speedo cable. In 2017 rebuilt transmission – Quantum Mechanics. In 2018 new valve cover gasket, TRF car cover and rubber seal for trunk lid. Dunlop 165 SR 15 steel belted radials. British Motor Industry Heritage Trust certified copy of factory record. Garaged only. Never in rain or snow. Asking $25K  Gere 631-680-0924.  




1976 Spitfire

Delft Blue, runs and drives. 68,800 miles.  No rust or rot. Beautiful black walnut dash. New Clutch and rebuilt  gearbox . Top is in like-new condition, tonneau cover included. Trunk has new fitted carpet. Air shocks in rear to help adjust camber and ride comfort. Asking $7,800 negotiable. Call Alan at (631) 764-5753.

1963 TR3 B

Second Owner, 88k miles, off road for 40 years, spent most of its time in southern California, garaged in Northport, NY 
asking $12,000
Call Peter: (516) 381-3064


1962 TR-3B
This car was purchased as a partially completed restoration, subsequently completed by the current owner.  The frame has been professionally evaluated and declared one of the best original frames he has seen.  The restoration was completed in 2015 and has been driven minimally since on club events (<1000mi).  There are countless new and refurbished parts.  A link to a list is provided below itemizing all of the major components listing them as new, refurbished or original as appropriate.  A few of the notable changes are; Miata high back seats, GM alternator, High Torque Starter, TR4 Steering rack conversion, Stainless Steel exhaust and headers, Toyota 4-piston Brake calipers and much more.  This car starts and runs very well, and has as much or more pep than my 1974 TR6.  This is essentially a new TR-3B.

Asking $30,000
Contact Bob at 631-921-6185



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