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For Sale: 1958 Triumph TR3A

-Restored to award-winning condition in 1984
-Best In Class at the 1985 Forest Grove Concours d’Elegance
-Multiple other awards from 1984-2003.
-Repainted in Primrose Yellow in 2001
-Mercedes-Quality leather seats over original spring-cushions.
-Fitted with Minilite wheels, stainless exhaust, overdrive and alternator.
-Driven a reliable 58,000 miles since restoration.
-Comes with quarterwindows, sidecurtains and softtop.

Price is $36,500 CDN Call Richard Owen 250-891-7475

Sold: 1962 Triumph TR3B

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-Fully restored TR3B with exceptional finishing by Coventry Woodwooks
-Fitted with desirable overdrive.
-Body off restoration with assistance from Peter Lee from 2003-2005
-Rack & Pinion conversion for much more direct steering
-Numerious touring upgrades for long distance driving.
-Custom interior with wooden wheel, wooden gauge fascia, armrest.
-Complete weather equipment in dark green canvas.
-ready for shows or drives of any length.

Sold: 1960 Triumph TR3A

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-The best TR3 we have had the privilege to work on.
-Preserved in Gordon Head for nearly 40 years in dry storage.
-Impressively original, rust free and accident free.
-Originally delivered to Vancouver in SPA White with blue trim and white soft-top.
-Matching numbers car.
-Exceptionally low mileage at ~48,350 miles
-Factory fitted Radiomobile radio with original antenna.
-Soft top painstakingly recreated by Styles from the original unit.
-Original grill, interior upholstery, dashboard switch gear, door panels, seat belts, dashboard gauges, fender mirror, engine.
-Comes with side screens, full tonneau, half-tonneau, original soft top, starting handle, wheel spanner and heritage certificate.
-Photo-documented bare metal respray to pearl white colour.
-refurbished original radio.

1958 TR3 Engine-Bay Restoration

Today we delivered a new engine-bay restoration which will be at the 9th Annual Restoration Fair & Swap Meet held by the OECC tomorrow.

This particular job took 100 hours, which included a strip to bare metal, etching, epoxy primer, careful seam-sealing and a polyurethane top-coat.

Everything was taken out and refurbished back into the bay. This included rebuilding the wiper motor, pedal box, ignition wires and master cylinders as well as looking over the carburetors and distributors.

Original bolts were cadmium plated as well as the fuel lines and brake lines. To help with long-distance touring we used new Zebra hose clamps where required. Almost all the speciality items such as the new battery leads, engine breather cap and all rubber came from the Roadster factory.