1962 Triumph Other For Sale






Total votes: 149
Fixed price: 
US $15.600.00
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Last update: 
30.12.2015
Make:
Model: 
Other
Item Location: 
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Type: 
Convertible
Exterior Color: 
Green
Trim: 
Roadster
Interior Color: 
Tan
Engine: 
4 cyl
Number of Cylinders: 
4
Transmission: 
Manual
Drive Type: 
RWD
Fuel: 
Gasoline
Options: 
Convertible
Warranty: 
Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Vehicle Title: 
Clear
For Sale By: 
Private Seller
Mileage: 
80,000
Year: 
1962










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Description 1962 Triumph Other



  I am relisting my ad because a few potential buyers wanted better pictures and I had none available for them... So here we go again...better pics of underneath and I also took a quick video of it running (that I can send to you)...for those who are interested please do your research and understand a little bit about what these cars are worth, their history and what they are about....makes it easier for both of us... There is a recent article in Robb Report....Google "Robb Report tr3"
   Selling my 1962 Triumph TR3A.. Hagerty classic car insurance company has a value guide tool,  average cars sell for around 25k, please check for yourself. You will not loose any money by buying this car, by spring of next year it will increase another 5-7k. I own a vintage Porsche as well and they have just skyrocketed in price and these cars are equally, if not more fun to drive. And the trend seems to be going the same way. It has had a older restoration on the body and the interior. The undercarriage is in great condition and drives very well. It has a new top as well. Manual 4 speed, no overdrive. The reason I am selling is that I have a large vet bill to pay and I chose my dog over my car. It has been a very fun car to drive around and nothing is better than a vintage British roadster on a beautiful spring or fall day. The car has some small issues, the bumpers are a bit dented, the speedo does not work and the motor runs strong (140's psi across the cylinders on compression test) but leaks a little oil and would need a pan gasket and cam seal from what I heard from my specialist. Parts for these cars are still very reasonable in price so, it should make for a good winter project. I can send more detailed pics for interested buyers... I am in Vancouver, Canada and I will do what I can to help with the transferring of this vehicle. There is a simple video on importing to the US from Canada...search "CBP Video Import your automobile"....
 Thanks for bidding.







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