Triumph Herald 1200 Convertible

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A genuine and delightful Triumph Herald 1200 Convertible with 39,166 miles.

EQUIPMENT
Steel-girder chassis, solid white rubber bumpers, fully disappearing hood, well cover, safety glass, opening front quarter-lights, two sun visors, facia ash tray, facia courtesy light, speedometer illumination lamp, warning lights, lockable glovebox. Factory Options; front wheel disc brakes, heater and demister, tonneau cover, Radiomobile.

EXTERIOR
Finished in period Cactus Green, (Code 15), this preserved and unmolested example has a uniform shine which has aged remarkably well having always been garage stored and pampered with just a few owners. Panel fit and integrity is excellent and this original example shows correct production line features as manufactured by the Standard Motor Co Ltd. The chrome brightwork has minor pitting and all the correct badging remains undamaged. Some rubber trim is slightly split and a couple of tiny dings do not detract from the overall honesty and charm. All the glass is clear and the disappearing hood complete with optional tonneau cover and well cover is immaculate. A beautiful example.

INTERIOR
The separate front seats and divan rear seat are finished in matching Green Vynide which along with the door cards are in stunning condition. The green real pile carpeting is remarkably still factory fitment and deservedly shows some wear after 53 years of age. The walnut veneer facia and door capping offer Pullman style luxury along with the chrome plated door pulls. The chrome ‘Herald’ dash badge is still fitted along with a functioning Radiomobile. The boot area again reveals fabulous originality with the boot mat, plywood spare wheel cover and even the fuel tank reserve sticker intact. Charming in every respect.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
Simple and well proven, the 1147cc four cylinder engine with a chain driven camshaft and 3-bearing crankshaft produces a healthy 43bhp which enables a top speed of 78mph and 0-50 in 17.3 seconds. Amazingly quiet, smooth and responsive due to regular servicing this car offers fun yet practical classic car ownership. The original build plate in the engine compartment denotes the correct CV chassis number to confirm this is a factory built convertible. The 4-speed gearbox is light, precise and a joy to use but as supplied when new, no synchromesh on first!

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
Stainless steel wheel trims are in excellent condition with branded 145/80 R13 tyres. The extra cost option of self-adjusting disc brakes to the front are fitted and standard drum brakes to the rear stop the car safely.

HISTORY FILE
A phenomenal history makes fascinating reading. Supplied new by Lambs Ltd, Standard-Triumph Dealers in Romford Essex on the 22nd October 1963. Incredibly this fine example has only had three former keepers, the first being Mrs Eldridge of Tode Hall for 24 years. Sold then to Mrs Aaron who remained the keeper for eight years before selling the car to Mr Gibson in 1995, proprietor of Roman Garage in Grantham. He kept the vehicle in his private collection before the final keeper, Mr Burrows, took ownership in 2008. Mr Gibson has continued to maintain the vehicle while in Mr Burrows care. Each owner has remained within 30 miles of each other! Every MOT since 1967 is included and fully warrants the low 39,166 miles covered. The original Triumph Service Voucher Booklet along with every manual is present. Masses of invoices confirm the attention lavished on this prime example which is now ready to impress its next caring owner.

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Triumph Stag Automatic

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A superb Triumph Stag Automatic with a colossal history file from new.

EQUIPMENT
Wrap around bumpers, rubber faced over-riders, forward-hinged bonnet, self-parking wipers, twin electric windscreen washers, polished metal door pillar cappings, stainless steel sill tread plates, chrome door mirrors, tool-roll, four quartz-halogen headlamps, high impact laminated safety glass windscreen, toughened tinted safety glass windows, electrically operated side windows, padded sun visors, passenger vanity mirror, non-reflective veneer fascia with padded surround, electric clock, power assisted steering.  Factory options; detachable hard top, automatic transmission, Phillips 860 stereo cassette.  Optional accessories; BosScreen rear tonneau, roof canopy and turbulence screen.

EXTERIOR
The stunning elegant lines of the Michelotti styled Triumph Stag are unmistakable, with this example being finished in factory specified Tahiti Blue (code 146).  The paintwork showcases a deep glossy shine and uniform finish to accentuate the handsome shape immensely.  Minor paintwork imperfections and evidence of remedial cosmetic upkeep are traceable upon scrutiny but do not offend.  The underside is structurally excellent with all panels completely free from corrosion.  The bonnet has a few light dings.  All exterior chrome brightwork is perfect and the original badge work and decals are intact.  A spotlessly clean engine bay enables bonnet up showcasing.  The factory optional hard top is in excellent order as is the tailored weather proof tonneau set, although the hard top interior lining is showing minor signs of age.  A pristine quality replacement mohair hood in deep blue completes the all-weather package.  A fantastic example of this gorgeous 2+2 Triumph Roadster.

INTERIOR
The interior of this luxury grand-tourer is a testament to the care and devotion bestowed upon the car throughout its lifetime.  The hard wearing extra wide seats are finished in Tan perforated expanded vinyl (code 74) with matching door cards and trim sections.  The upholstery is in exceptional order with no damage and is spotlessly clean.  An expensive tailored replacement carpet set with embossed rubber triumph insets completes the wonderful trim.  All interior functions and equipment operate faultlessly and the original walnut fascia with padded dash top is pristine.  Even the period Phillips 860 stereo remains fitted!  A beautifully crafted and machined Motolita steering wheel is the icing on the cake!  Classic motoring in sheer style.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The original Triumph V8 powerplant of 2997cc displacement with twin Stromberg 175 CD-2 carburettors produces 146bhp and achieves a top speed of 118mph whilst completing 0-60 in 9.3 seconds.  The engine produces an intoxicating but unobtrusive deep burble through the twin stainless steel tailpipes and the strong power delivery is wonderfully smooth.  The factory optional Borg-Warner three speed automatic transmission delivers reassuring and subtle changes throughout the range and offers kick down upon command.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The factory fitted 14in light alloy flat hump safety ledge rims are shod in matching Camac NC80 185 R14 tyres with masses of tread remaining.  The wheel rims are in perfect condition owing to professional refurbishment in correct polished aluminium with gloss black infills.  The 270mm front discs brakes and 228mm self-adjusting rear drums benefit from direct-acting servo assistance and install ultimate confidence under all manner of driving.

HISTORY FILE
This remarkable example was first registered on 15th September 1976 by Rover Triumph Main Dealers H R Owen of Golders Green (part of the Heron Motor Group) to a Donald Herman Lossos Esquire, the first of just four former keepers.  The history file for this pampered example is nothing short of incredible and hugely extensive.  The original plastic wallet houses all handbooks, guides and dealership literature including an unused Heron Motors tax disc holder!  The Triumph Passport to Service booklet is stamped with twenty entries dating from the PDI stamp to April 2000.  A huge binder contains literally hundreds of receipts from the late 1980’s to present along with every MOT certificate from the same period allowing the mileage of 79,341 to be fully traced.  All documents are fastidiously arranged in chronological order and leave absolutely no doubt the extraordinary care and devotion this example has enjoyed.

KGF Classic Cars are pleased to present this fantastic example ready for a new keeper to enjoy the car and the result of years of cherished ownership.

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Triumph Legend TT

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An outstanding Triumph Legend TT with one owner and 1,436 miles.

EQUIPMENT
Micro alloyed high tensile steel spine frame, aluminium twin-sided swingarm, brushed finish front suspension with triple rate springs, monoshock rear suspension with adjustable preload, colour matched mudguards, satin black power coated engine, 15 litre tear-drop fuel tank, digital ignition with electric start, deep-chromed engine covers, pillion seat, reverse cone megaphone silencers, steering lock, twin chromed rear view mirrors, large chromed single headlamp unit, chrome-bezelled speedometer and tachometer, warning/information lamps, high beam lamp, heavy-chromed ‘old’ Triumph tank badges.  Accessories; disc brake lock.

EXTERIOR
An exhilarating classic design from Triumph, this Legend TT was derived from the Thunderbird 900 as a no-frills rawer alternative.  This exceptional example is finished in factory original Imperial Green, (Code 673).  Often misused, the descriptive terms ‘timewarp’ and ‘virtually as new’ are entirely suitable with this exceptional one cossetting owner machine.  A mere 1,436 miles covered and strict heated garage storage underneath a cover, has ensured the paintwork and chrome pieces are exceptional.  A miniscule scratch to the rear mudguard is only just visible.  The exposed framework displays clearly visible factory plates and VIN stamping to the stock, and the original PDI colour markings are untouched.  The supplying dealer number plate remains fitted.  All trims sections, lights, badges and decals are as new, as are the seats, foot pegs and handlebar grips.  This beautiful machine simply gleams and certainly lives up to its namesake, Legend.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
Factory powder coated in satin black, the punchy three cylinder 885cc DOHC engine is quenched through 3 x 36mm flat side CV carburettors and develops 69bhp at 8000rpm.  An intoxicating growl through the beautifully ornate chromed reverse cone megaphone silencers can be enjoyed upon each rap of the throttle!  As you would expect from such a low mileage and cosseted machine, the engine is a piece of ornamental beauty, proudly on display, a detailer’s paradise!  Firing instantly on the electric start, the bike performs perfectly and the transmission with wet multi-plate type clutch works through each of the five gears effortlessly.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The beautiful original chrome laced wheels, 17in with 36 spokes to the front and 40 spokes to the rear, are virtually perfect with dazzling bright finish.  Quality Bridgestone tyres have masses of tread remaining.  The standard large disc brakes of size 320mm front and 285mm rear with two-piston callipers take care of safe stopping.

HISTORY FILE
Named in honour of the famous Isle of Man race circuit, the Triumph Legend TT was produced from 1998 to 2001.  This late registered example was supplied by Triumph dealer, PFK Ling of Ipswich, on the 18th July 2002 to Mr Peter Dixon, who purchased the bike alongside his wife Thirza, who at the same time purchased a brand new Triumph Bonneville America.  Mr Dixon is the one and only keeper and has covered a mere 1,436 miles from new!  A Lings sales invoice and order form is included in the history file.  Despite the low mileage, regular dealer and specialist servicing has been upheld.  The original Triumph plastic document wallet houses the handbook and original service book with stamped entries.  Furthermore, a collection of receipts and service invoices in the history file includes the most recent service carried out in September 2016 by Triumph Main Dealer, Webbs of Lincoln.  The history file also contains both original blue V5 documents and the PDI checklist, as well as previous MOT certificates.  Two sets of keys are present with the spare still having the plastic sheath and code tag attached.

A timeless classic machine from Triumph, preserved exactly as the maker intended and guaranteed to delight enthusiasts and collectors alike.

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Triumph Bonneville America

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A truly pristine Triumph Bonneville America with one owner and 1,242 miles.

EQUIPMENT
Swingarm twin-sided tubular frame, brushed finish wide-glide front forks, deeply-valenced mudguards, 16.6 litre fuel tank, electric start, deep-chromed engine covers, forward foot controls, raked back handlebars, super-low 28in seat, pillion seat, custom style exhausts with slash cut mufflers, steering lock, twin chromed rear view mirrors, large chromed single headlamp unit, chrome-bezelled white-faced speedometer, deep chromed console housing warning/information lamps, heavy-chromed ‘old’ Triumph tank badges. Accessories; disc brake lock.

EXTERIOR
Bold, stylish and unmistakably Triumph, this Bonneville America is every inch the classic cruiser. Low slung and laid back in the stateside mould, this exceptional example is finished in factory original Jet Black and Silver, (Code L2344). The descriptive terms ‘timewarp’ and ‘virtually perfect’ are rarely justifiable but entirely suitable in this instance. Owing to a mere 1,242 miles covered and strict garage storage underneath a cover, the paintwork and vast chrome pieces are exceptional. The exposed framework displays clearly visible factory plates and VIN stamping to the stock, and the original PDI markings are untouched. All trim sections, lights, badges and decals are as new, as are the seats, foot pegs and handlebar grips. The supplying dealer number plate remains fixed. The pillion footrest hangers mimic a toolbox, a neat touch borrowed from Triumph’s pre-war machines. Effortlessly stylish, this legendary cruiser will delight and amaze onlookers.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
At the heart of the machine lays the 790cc DOHC eight-valve engine with a 270 degree firing angle, instead of the usual 360 degree firing angle crankshaft. This bottom-end configuration gives the engine an uneven firing-order and produces the Bonneville America’s distinctive and unmistakable off-beat exhaust note through mirror finish chromed slash-cut mufflers. As you would expect from such a low mileage and cosseted machine, the engine is a piece of ornamental beauty, proudly on display with masses of high polished chrome, a detailer’s paradise! Firing instantly on the electric start, the bike performs perfectly and the transmission with wet multi-plate type clutch works through each of the five gears effortlessly.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The beautiful original chrome wire wheels, 18in 36 spoke to the front and 15in 40 spoke to the rear, are virtually perfect, boast a gorgeous bright finish and retain the factory fitted weights. Quality Bridgestone tyres have masses of tread remaining. Disc brakes of size 310mm front and 285mm rear with two-piston callipers take care of stopping superbly.

HISTORY FILE
The iconic Bonneville series from Triumph needs no introduction, and this America model has secured a special place amongst the cruiser fraternity, popular worldwide. This outstanding example was registered on 20th July 2002 to Mrs Thirza Dixon, who purchased the bike alongside her husband Peter, who at the same time purchased a brand new Triumph Legend TT. Mrs Dixon is the one and only keeper and has covered a mere 1,242 miles from new! A sales invoice and order form in the history file from supplying Triumph dealer, PFK Ling of Ipswich, illustrates the high price of this bike when new. Despite the low mileage, regular dealer and specialist servicing has been upheld. The original Triumph plastic document wallet houses the handbook and original service book with stamped entries. Furthermore, a collection of receipts and service invoices in the history file includes the most recent service carried out in September 2016. The history file also contains both original blue V5 documents and the PDI checklist, as well as previous MOT certificates.

The legendary Triumph Bonneville America was introduced in 2002, in this example is as close to a ‘new’ early machine as you can get.

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Triumph TR3A

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An astonishingly beautiful Triumph TR3A meticulously restored.

EQUIPMENT
Full opening hood, side screens and full tonneau cover, detachable front screen, wide front grill, external door handles, lockable boot handle, rear arch stone defenders, quarter lights, central stop lamp, interior heater, 5in tachometer and speedometer, fuel, water temperature, ammeter and oil pressure gauges, button starter, scuttle ventilator, panel lights, glove locker, door pockets, twin-tone Lucas horns.  Optional Extras: Chrome wing mirrors, knock-on type wire wheels, wooden steering wheel.

EXTERIOR
This highly desirable TR3A has been subject to a meticulous photographic nut and bolt restoration to the uppermost standard.  Finished in Gloss Black, the glorious paint finish is exceptional with a mirror finish guaranteed to draw admiration.  The spotlessly clean underside is free from excessive underseal to allow easy inspection and appreciation of the excellent condition and intricate detail.  The chrome pieces are perfect having been subject to expensive refurbishment.  All further trim, badges, glass and rubbers are virtually as new, and the nearside tail light which has a small ineffectual chip.  A very expensive new deep red mohair full tonneau compliments the white all-weather equipment.  An outstanding classic roadster.

INTERIOR
This well-appointed interior has been professionally re-upholstered in beautiful quality deep red Italian leather with white piping.  Interior panels and padded door tops continuing into the dash rail are matched to the seat material, and the plush deep pile carpeting is perfect.  The makings of a traditional sports tourer include bucket type seats and extensive working instrumentation to provide accurate readings to the driver.  The correct chromed grab handle and rear view mirror are supplemented by an optional wooden steering wheel with Triumph boss.  An exquisite and sympathetically revised interior finished to the highest level.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The correct 1991cc straight-four OHV engine remains fitted and benefits from a documented complete mechanical strip down and rebuild at the time of restoration.  All drivetrain and engine ancillaries were rebuilt or replaced with correct components to ensure this meticulously detailed engine performs as good as it looks.  Refurbished factory plates and the Triumph Commission plates proudly adorn the firewall.  The new at restoration single dry plate hydraulically operated clutch enables smooth progress through the 4-speed gearbox.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
Stunning 60 spoke chrome wire wheels of the ‘knock on type’ were the correct optional fitment available on post 1959 cars and a replacement for the 48 spoke rims.  The wheels are perfect and shod in quality correct specification Vredstein Sprint Classic Radial 155 SR15 tyres with masses of tread.  The separate lockable compartment houses a new matching spare.  The TR3 was the first British production to feature front discs and rear drums as standard, thus making the car renowned for its superior braking ability.

HISTORY FILE
With a total production run of 58,236 TR3A’s and many of these destined for the US, this example is believed to have been first registered in Anaheim, California in January 1960.  This unofficially named TR3A, as all cars were formally known as the TR3, is denoted by the wide mouth grill, external door handles, lockable boot handle as standard.  Having been subject to a complete mechanical and body restoration, the splendidly presented history file contains full documentation of such as well as many detailed colour photographs of the works undertaken.  UK registration was carried in July 2014 with official paperwork to support and confirmation of all levies and taxes paid.  The neatly organised history folder also contains a collection of invoices and receipts for parts sourced from renowned UK Triumph specialists.  Forming part of a collectors full TR range and having covered just 329 miles since the restoration this outstanding example is wanting for nothing and absolutely ready for enjoyment.

Tax Exempt and HPI Clear.

Triumph GTR4 Dove

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An exceptionally rare and genuine Triumph GTR4 Dove in show condition.

MODEL HISTORY
The Triumph GTR4 Dove gained its existence and namesake from Triumph main dealer L.F.Dove & Company of Wimbledon who recognised the appeal of a practical long distance tourer based on the successful TR4 Roadster.  L.F.Dove Ltd commissioned coachbuilder Thomas Harrington & Company to carry out the conversion to be sold exclusively through their dealership, and which upon seeing the quality of craftsmanship the model was officially recognised by Triumph.  At an asking price of £1,093, it was a 30% premium over the standard car and equal to a Jaguar E-Type.  It is suggested that this and the concern of diluting sales of the similar GT6 meant Triumph did not enter into mass production with the model, and just an estimated 50 vehicles are thought to have been converted.

EQUIPMENT
Steel panelled body on cruciform chassis, forward hinged bonnet and doors, chrome bumpers, chrome headlamp surrounds, detachable laminated windscreen, safety glass, winding windows, enamelled dashboard, full minor instruments, glove locker.  GTR4 Dove specification; one piece bespoke roof, rear top hinged hatch with internal release, opening rear quarters, 2+2 child seating configuration, folding rear seat, 18 gallon horizontally arranged fuel tank, L.F.Dove Ltd moniker on dash, GTR4 and Dove boot badges.  Factory options; Overdrive, wire wheels.  Accessories; Motolita steering wheel, map reading lamp.

EXTERIOR
The elegant lines of the Giovanni Michelotti design are instantly recognisable along with the addition of the one piece bespoke roof.  Triumph heritage confirm that this beautiful example is finished in its original colour of Wedgewood Blue (code 26) which boasts a beautiful uniform finish and polished shine.  Close scrutiny will reveal only very faint and localised areas where the paintwork is less than perfect, all utterly minor.  All trim sections, glass, lights and badges show exemplary attention to detail and the chromework is pristine.  With less than 20 GTR4 Dove’s known to remain, this is undoubtedly one of the best in existence.

INTERIOR
Incredibly original, the interior is simply wonderful.  The seats still wear their factory Blue Vynide covering which is in remarkable condition aside from three miniscule nicks to the driver’s seat base.  The factory original enamelled dashboard is in beautiful condition with the unique L.F. Dove Ltd moniker still affixed below the glove box.  All switchgear is correct and operational and all gauges give healthy readings.  A high quality replacement carpet set is exquisitely appointed to enhance the appeal.  The clean boot area is carpeted in the matching pile and below the boot floor houses the spare wire wheel, jack and wheel brace.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
Mechanically identical to the standard TR4, the 2138cc four cylinder engine with factory optional overdrive and twin Stromberg 175CD set up produces 100bhp.  A 0-60mph figure for the Dove quoted at 18.4 seconds is 0.6 seconds slower than standard owing to the added weight, however 0-100mph is actually 3 seconds quicker in the Dove, attributed to the improved aerodynamics.  The high detail to the engine bay is ready for showing with factory plates, stampings and stickers visible.  The four speed + overdrive transmission performs flawlessly.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The optional 60 spoke chrome wire wheels are beautifully made and remain in amazing order.  Matching quality Michelin XZX 165 SR15 tyres have plenty of tread remaining and the Girling hydraulic braking system offer predictable and safe braking.

HISTORY FILE
Registered new on the 2nd October 1963, this genuine GTR4 Dove number CT21794 is well known to the TR Register and file correspondence from the clubs TR4/4A Registrar, Jon Marshall, confirms its authenticity and original colour of Wedgewood Blue.  The remarkable history folder is befitting of this very special car, with magazine and club publication features included.  A Practical Classics feature from August 2001 covers the restoration carried out by previous owner, Andy Smith, who in 1998 restored the car from a near wreck to the incredible example we see today.  The article makes fascinating reading and leaves no doubt over the fastidious nature of both owner and the project undertaken.

Further correspondence from previous keepers will delight the next owner, including coverage of the cars time in Switzerland and subsequently Holland before thankfully returning to the UK and being given back its original registration number.  Completing the history file is a large collection of specialist receipts and invoices to allow the next owner peace of mind and assurance.  An exceptionally rare and equally important piece of Triumph TR history, and a wonderful interpretation of one of Coventry’s finest.

Tax Exempt and HPI Clear.

Triumph Dolomite Sprint

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A stunningly rare Triumph Dolomite Sprint with low enthusiast ownership.

EQUIPMENT
Four sealed-beamed headlights, front air spoiler, full length coach stripe, opening front quarter-lights, vinyl roof, heated rear window, rear armrest, drivers seat height adjustment with recline, adjustable steering column, walnut facia, Thru Flow ventilation system with 2-speed booster fan, seat stretch pockets, tachometer, water and battery gauges, combination dial with warning lamps, electric clock, cigar lighter, hazard warning switch, twin wind-tone horns, four ashtrays.  Factory Equipment: Tinted laminated windscreen.

EXTERIOR
This range-topping Dolomite Sprint is finished in Carmine Red, (Code 82) and has a deep rich shine thanks to a privileged pampered existence.  The black grained vinyl roof is in perfect order and sporting features unique to the Sprint model such as the full length coach strip and matt black rear end panel remain present.  The heavily chromed wrap around front and rear bumpers show a little dulling but do not detract from the show like appearance.  All Sprint badging is proudly displayed along with the original period number plates.  A rare British icon in such unmolested condition.

INTERIOR
Lavishly appointed in Chesnut brushed broadcord Bri-Nylon trim, (Code C63), the interior condition reflects the cossetted low owner credentials.  Fitted plush pile carpet with integral underlay retain their colour with only minor wear apparent under close scrutiny.   The elegant walnut facia and deep wood veneer door cappings really have defied age thanks to dry garage storage.  The comprehensive range of instruments, controls and switches are all functional except for the electric clock.  Comfort and support is guaranteed with wide front fully adjustable seats.  The boot area is spotlessly clean with an unbroken plywood support.  Remarkably factory correct in all respects.

ENGINE & TRANSMISSION
The jewel in this model is the powerful 1998cc slant 4 engine with 16 valves, cross flow ports, aluminium cylinder head and twin SU carbs.  Maximum power is quoted at 127bhp with 0-60mph despatched in 9.2 seconds and a M.I.R.A recorded 116mph top speed.  Comprehensive invoices will reassure the next custodian with regards to the mechanical upkeep and correct operation.  The sturdy 4-speed transmission with working overdrive is light, precise and a delight to use.

WHEELS, TYRES & BRAKES
The Sprint was the first British saloon to wear alloy wheels as standard and the stylish GKN wheels on this example are immaculate shod with branded tyres displaying ample tread.  Front discs and rear drums with servo boost give good stopping power.

HISTORY FILE
The British Motor Industry Heritage Certificate confirms the date of build of this desirable Sprint model to be the 21st March 1974.  Registered by Barnard Motors Limited on the 6th June 1974 this cherished example has only had three former keepers from new.  Owned by Mrs Sonia Ziegler for 26 years and Triumph enthusiasts since, this car really has been pampered.  The history files reveals thousands spent by renowned specialists including Jigsaw Racing Services and represents a superb fully documented and rare find.  A replacement speedo was fitted in 2015 at 67,254 miles and now reads 3,610 so is unwarranted.   The history file includes many invoices, MOT certificates, previous registration documents a sales brochure and all spare keys.  This is an historically important British motoring icon and presents in fabulous, usable show condition.

HPI Clear.