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1960, Triumph, TR-3 - Complete, partially apart, only light rust on rocker panels, body work done on fenders, doors, trunk lid, tire access door and hood. rims bead blasted and painted, four new B/W tires. Originally purchased in Florida, sat in Roseville California under tarp, garaged for 26 years. Call Bob in Greeley, 970-518-5929 or email at email@example.com.
Asking Price $: 7,200.00
Looking for a complete set (6) of early (black rimmed) TR6 gauges in working order. Will trade for a great set of later chrome rimmed TR6 gauges. Please contact Patrick at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-525-1089.
Need rebuildable power steering rack for TR-8 contact Louisbeard@comcast.net
Rust free frame and body shell for 1974 spitfire. I began a ground-up restoration of mine and I now have not one but two complete basket case cars - both frames and shells are really beyond restoration and I'd like to complete my project with a good foundation. Please help! Willing to travel to pick up. Christopher Mutty…email@example.com
Working PERMA-COOL 16 in 2300 CFM Standard Electric Cooling Fan P/N 18126. Electric Cooling Fan. Standard. 16 in Fan. Puller. 2300 CFM. Curved Blade. 16-1/2 x 16 x 2-3/4 in Thick. Plastic. $50.00. Please contact Andrej at TRdad@mail.com, this fits the stock TR6 radiator.
1974 Triumph Spitfire - I have owned the car since 1984, in the time since, a lot has been done. It was painted in 1985. In the last year, I completely replaced the brakes, everything new, new tires, new upholstery, battery, gas tank, and weber carburetor. Many new engine parts, including an electric fan and radiator plus, overdrive from a 1980. New clutch, starter and related parts. No rust on the car. Has been in a garage most of the time. The steel top needs to be restored. Value was based on NADA Guide (www.nadaguides.com/Classic-Cars/1974/TriunphSpitfire) Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Need to sell - $6995.00
1973 TR6, runs & drives good all around car, no major issues, webers installed but includes strombergs & su's plus other spares, always garaged. It has received much love in its life. Brown over tan. Redline tires look new. In Denver, price is $12,500 obo.
303-229-4128, Les Stern
1979 triumph spitfire 1500. This car has been in the family since day one. It runs and drives great. It needs to be put back together due to a restoration that is not complete. We just have the time to do it. Email for info: email@example.com
Asking Price $ 500 obo
1979 Triumph Spitfire--custom build and truly unique! It was built in the 90’s by a gentleman in the Austin, TX area about the same time the Grassroots Motorsports Ro-Spit was being built. The builder was actually in contact with the magazine at the time and received much support from them. However, he chose to make his car a fast road machine, rather than a track car. This car has all the Spitfire features (mainly, good looks), plus a Mazda 12A rotary engine (somewhat hopped up with porting and alloy flywheel…est. 190 HP/ 150 MPH) with dual side draft Mikuni carb with stock Mazda electronic ignition, RX7 5-speed gearbox, heavy duty clutch, Mazda limited slip diff, Mazda rear disc brakes (yes, this car has four wheel disc brakes!). Further enhancements include four-wheel Koni coil over independent suspension, (the ridiculous Spitfire transverse leaf spring suspension has been replaced with dual trailing arms), and an RX8 stainless steel exhaust (still pretty loud…sounds like a Hayabusa motorcycle!). No emissions controls so it cannot be registered in any county requiring emissions testing. Located in Denver. Open to reasonable offers, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Asking Price $9,250
Triumph 1959 TR3A-20 Roadster TS53256LO garaged 20+ years, engine turns. Complete restoration, wire wheels, no rust, rear seat, upholstery perfect, top/boot/side curtains. Small ding left front fender. Located in Arvada, Co. Asking $13,500 or reasonable offer. Contact email@example.com or 303-467-0036 (leave message) to view. MOVING SALE!!!!!
1976 Triumph Spitfire 1500, 61,000 miles. I have worked on this car alot over the last 17 years, driven it very little. Less than 1000 miles on the following: Professionally rebuilt higher performance engine, 4 carb PRI setup, headers, monza exhaust, HD 3 row radiator, additional electric fan. Replaced brakes, master and slave cylinders, clutch, shocks, fuel tank, bushings, bearings, seals, tires, etc. Rebuilt differential, HD starter, HD rear spring, needs some TLC aesthetically. Original soft top, original pimento paint, body ok, minor dings & scratches, original upholstery & carpet, needs body seals. $5500.
Tom, 970-216-4501. Grand Junction, CO.
We have a 1973 Triumph TR6 stripped body shell with almost NO RUST! This car was being built as a vintage racer, but the project was abandoned. We are working on getting the title, BUT THAT MAY NOT HAPPEN, so being listed AS IS. Based on the original body #'s, this appears to be a 1973 shell, which is perfect for a restoration on a 1973-1976. Shell was media blasted a while ago, NOT fully primered, so what you see is what you get! It was put in storage shortly after, and again, is partly primered, partly raw steel. There is some LIGHT SURFACE RUST/OXIDATION, but no rust/rot thru! This body shell is in EXCELLENT condition......there are a few PROFESSIONALLY DONE rust repair patches, looks like the passenger floor pan has been replaced, perhaps a few more but not apparent, and no apparent crash damage! The shell has a few modifications, but nothing on the body shell itself that can't be reversed back to stock. Unfortunately, the doors have been CUT OUT on the inside, and the top door glass channels welded closed, so they are race only. The hood obviously has louvers, but they are nicely done. There are a few factory "holes", ie the original fuel filler hole, that have had metal panels RIVETED in, so an easy fix back to stock. Three fenders are EXCELLENT, appear to be rust free! The left fender was never finished, and has a dent that was pounded out, but again, not finished. The trunk lid is EXCELLENT. It would cost you $5000+++++ to have a rusty and/or damaged body shell to be PROPERLY restored to this condition!! This is a STEAL!!!! The car is currently bolted to the frame, but the frame is NOT INCLUDED WITH THE BODY. More pictures available, or call to set up an appointment to see it!! Body shell is located in ARVADA. Call or text TJ at 269-598-5836 or call M-F 9am-5PM 720-542-3762. $1,500.
Rare 1970 Triumph TR-6 hard top convertible. $3000. Wire wheels, newer tires; engine and transmission rebuilt in 1995. Body in decent condition- some rust and old hail damage. Original factory paint, original steering wheel, interior gauges, wood dash, and upholstery. Garaged for past 17 years; not currently running. A great restoration project for a TR lover. Owned by seller since 1976. Contact Email; firstname.lastname@example.org Asking Price $ 3,000
1960 Triumph TR-3A, total off frame restored... ( photo album of step-by-step process ) rack and pinion steering, five speed transmission every thing in tip-top condition.. looks and runs like new. Always maintained by Sports Car Craftsmen. Asking Price $:22,500 email - norm.lin@Hughes.net