Car Details

The Triumph TR4 represents the era of beautifully styled European drop-top driving machines. They have plenty of sought-after value, and so such a well-priced example like this has certainly caught your eye. It means you have found the kind of classic that has all the best fundamentals in place, and at the same time, it leaves room in your budget to personalize this to your tastes. The design comes from the master Giovanni Michelotti, and it's a true European with graceful lines. The low-swept hood (bonnet) is molded around the headlight for an instant sporty appeal. The full-length body crease has a sporty kick-up in the door. Plus, Triumph wanted to appeal to the American market with a hint of tailfin. This example is clean and quite complete with good panels fit in most places and doors that close with confidence. And the brightwork is complete from the chrome bumpers to the trim line that runs the full profile of this sports car. You may invest in some added polish, body improvements, or even a respray. The value price delivers the freedom to make these choices. And from day one we like how this delivers a true vintage sports car style, right down to the wire wheels with genuine knock-off hubs. The TR4 was built to be a true all-weather machine thanks to the roll-up windows and well-built folding roof. But this one also looks terrific with the top down. The black has a good look against the exterior maroon, and you can tell there has been a more recent investment in many places. We especially like how the white piping around the door panels and bucket seats coordinate with the dash panel for a uniform sense of style. Sitting down behind the thin and grippy Triumph steering wheel is a true sports car experience. You get a true enthusiast's feeling in everything from the action of the gearbox to watching the Jaeger gauges do their dance as you go on down the road. And just in case you need better road trim music, the radio is now a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner. The correct 2138cc engine has a clean and tidy look that makes it quite impressive. And we always love the look of the dual Stromberg carbs boldly protruding from the side of the engine. This powerhouse will need a tune-up to run ideally. It's part of any good classic car maintenance plan, and if you already know Triumphs, then you know what to do with this simple setup. We really love the Triumph motor because it's a hardy powerhouse with a terrific exhaust note, and the four-speed manual transmission puts you in the center of the action. These sprightly drop-tops have built a reputation for providing one of the best driving experiences around, and it even stops securely with front disc brakes. This is a beautiful classic with the potential to be everything from your favorite driver to a true show-stopper. It's open-top fun with a lot to love. Call today!!!

  • Body Types Convertible
  • Fuels Gasoline
  • Transmission 4 Speed Manual
  • Exterior Colour Maroon
  • Number of Doors 2
  • Interior Colour Black
  • VIN CODE CT18031L