This car has been lovingly restored over a period of years.
The goal was to have an absolutely correct stunning original TR3.
Everything in and on the car has been refurbished as new or replaced with new.
Painted a very correct but unusual color of Salvadore Blue, the car sits on period correct whitewall bias ply tires.
The beautiful tan leather interior with matching vinyl trim is complemented by a correct working original Triumph tube radio.
You may never see another car with these Aamco corner guards in the rear.
Note the period correct Tripod lights and the plexiglass wind wings
It has the correct original Lucas distributor cap with a reliable pertronix ignition hidden underneath.
For a more spirited engine the stock cam has been replaced with a mild cam.
For your driving pleasure this car has been fitted with a fully refurbished synchromesh overdrive transmission.
Transmission was redone by Quantum Mechanics in New England, the premier Triumph transmission rebuilder.
Everything about the car is original, correct, and a prize winning car in any show.
Do you want to be one of the too many red TR3A's or really stand out in this small mouth TR3 in its unique
but correct color?
This is a 1957 TR3 (not a TR3a), and an early disk brake car.
The car has been carefully driven and broken in. It has less than 100 miles on it.
The radio, lights, overdrive, blinkers, heater fan, etc., all work flawlessly.
The gas tank was replaced.
The engine was completely and totally rebuilt using 87 mm pistons.
Engine is the correct original TS 14227-E
Car comes with a clear Texas title; TS 13796 LO.
Car was built on October 24th, 1956.