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1959 Triumph TR3

This car has been in storage for a lot of years, and we have just re-commissioned it into a good driver that is ready for the road. The body is in very nice shape with great original sills, and perfect floor pans and trunk floor. The body does have a few small areas showing signs of some rust, but it appears to be pretty minor especially for a TR3. The paint is very old, and while certainly presentable the car really deserves to be given a decent quality paintjob. The engine ran well but had a bit of smoke, so we rebuilt it with new piston rings, oil pump, bearings, and redid the cylinder head with new valves, the engine now runs strong without any strange noises or smoke and has good oil pressure. We fitted new master cylinders, brake hoses, and wheel cylinders to make the brakes safe. The car has a good looking set of sixty spoke wire wheels on it and we fitted a new set of tires and tubes to the car. The interior has new carpeting, and the rest of the interior is older but in pretty fair condition. The car is equipped with a white top and sidecurtains that are in good shape. This is a TR3 that can be used as is for many years to come as is, or could be upgraded/restored as desired. Priced at only $16,200 Cdn.    (stock #713)


1959 Triumph TR3

Here is a TR3 that needs a restoration and is reasonably priced. We have the heritage certificate for the car showing the production details, and that it was originally a Canadian delivered car. The car will need some rust repair work, but it isn't too bad for a Canadian car. The previous owner had started to do some restoration work on the body in preparation for paint, but some of the work done is not up to par and should be redone. We have had the car running and it runs well. The car appears to be basically complete and ready to start restoration. Tr3's are getting to be quite an expensive car when restored, and this is your chance to buy a TR3 restoration project relatively inexpensively. Priced at $4,900     (stock #700)


1960 Triumph TR3

We brought this TR3 back from Southern California and it is a great car to restore. The car has always been a southern California car. It came off the road in 1971 for a redo and never got back on the road. The body is in exceptional shape for a car of its age, there is some rust to be repaired in the trunk floor, but that appears to be it. The driver compartment floors still have some of their factory applied paint. The body does have little bumps and bruises, but shouldn't be a big deal to fix when it gets restored. After lubricating everything we started the car up for the first time in 45 years, and it runs great. We ran the car out of the float bowls and there is no smoke along with great oil pressure and compression. What is there of the interior is rough and
or missing, and the seats are in pretty rough shape but they are there. Unrestored California TR3s are nearly impossible to find now, this car is complete apart from a couple little items and is a great base to build a restored TR3 from. $8,900
(stock #708)


1961 Triumph TR3

There isnít a whole lot to say about this car - if you are looking for a superb TR3A this is about as nice as you will find. The car is an American car that we completed a full restoration on. The body was in great shape with only some very minor rust repair needed, and no body damage apart from some small little dings. The paint was redone in a high end base/clear, and the color is Triumph signal red. Every piece of trim on the car apart from the windshield frame (which is very nice) is new, as are all the badges seals and any other items attached to the car. The car is equipped with a badge bar which has a pair of chrome Lucas 576 driving lamps mounted, the headlamps on the car are a pair of Lucas tri-bar PL headlamps. The engine is rebuilt, and the gearbox has been upgraded with a full synchro overdrive gearbox that is fitted with the correct TR3 shifter so everything looks correct. Of course new generator, regulator, water pump, radiator, clutch, hoses etc, etc. were also fitted to the powertrain. Brakes and suspension are all fully rebuilt or new as well. New wire wheel hubs were fitted on all four corners, as were the new sixty spoke chrome wire wheels, chrome knockoffs, and new tires. A new wiring harness was fitted, the speedo, tachometer, and fuel gauge were rebuilt, and most of the lamp assemblies and switches/controls on the car were replaced with new items. The interior is all new and correct with items supplied by Moss Motors, including the leather seats, carpeting, panel kit, top, windshield and new side curtains. This is a beautiful car that would be hard to duplicate for the price. $35,200 Cdn. (stock #600)


1963 Triumph TR4

We found this overdrive TR4 in Washington state nearly a dozen years ago. The car was a very original rust-free car, and we sold the car to a loving owner. Time passed on and the priorities of the owner changed so we bought the car back. The body is superb on this car. I donít believe that the car has ever had a dent or any rust in it, and the paint is only about 5 years old. The previous owner did like the look of the side chrome on a TR4A so he added side chrome, but it is done with a peel and stick chrome moulding so it can be easily removed if desired. The interior is finished in red, and while not 100% perfect, it is very nice. It has a period correct Triumph wooden steering wheel (as well as the original), a recent top, and a new tonneau cover. Mechanically the car is great with a strong engine, an overdrive transmission which makes fast highway driving possible, and both brakes and suspension that have been redone in the past which make it a pleasurable driving experience. The tires and Minilight wheels are recent additions as well, but we also have the original wheels if desired. If you want a TR4 that is a sharp looker and an excellent driver, here is your car. Write for more pics. $17,300. (stock #725)


1964 Triumph TR4

We brought this TR4 back from Idaho, and it has a very clean body. The body is almost free of rust apart from a small spot in each rocker panel, and is basically a very straight car. We have had the engine running out of the float bowls, and it runs well with a bit of smoke which may disappear once some miles are put on it. The wheels are nice sixty spokes that we took off a Healey that was converted to chrome wire wheels. All the main components are there, and although it will need a complete restoration, it is a very worthwhile candidate. $4,700.. (stock #701)

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