For the 1960s, the TR sports car line's styling got more confident, with Michelotti providing a much cleaner, more modern look. Its radically restyled body on a widened TR3A chassis was generally well-accepted, and pretty much everyone liked the sharply defined modern lines.
Other improvements and upgrades included rack-and-pinion steering, all-synchromesh gearbox and an extra 150cc in engine capacity, upping the power and torque figures usefully. In 1964, the TR4 became the TR4A thanks to the addition of independent rear suspension, which vastly improved its handling predictability.
ABOUT THIS CAR
Chassis #: CT71286
Engine #: CT71541E
Previous Owner 38 years
Engine Completely Rebuilt by Cliff Bond Automotive in Christchurch circa 8 years ago – at 99K genuine miles – has traveled 3097 miles since
Has been fitted with electric fuel pump, electric overdrive on 3rd and 4th gears, a navigation light and an oil cooled radiator.
Car repainted circa 8 years ago and paintwork still looks like its been repainted yesterday.
New upholstery circa 8 years ago
Car is in excellent condition throughout.
As British, as they come, Triumph’s pretty TR4 is a potent and muscular sports car whose values are increasing steadily. A stunning, appreciating British Sports Car in hard to come by in this condition.
TRANSPORT / SHIPPING CAN BE ORGANISED ON THIS VEHICLE ON BUYER'S BEHALF AT BUYERS COST.