Produced between 1955 and 1962, the Triumph TR3 was a British sports car produced by Standard-Triumph in England. A new face lifted variant was introduced in 1957 and was unofficially named the TR3A. Upgrades included a new full width radiator grille, exterior door handles, and a lockable trunk handle. In addition, the TR3A featured a standard full tool kit, which was available as an option on the previous model. The Triumph TR3 was the first production car to be fitted with standard disc brakes, which were kept on the TR3A model and gave the car significantly superior braking abilities over its competitors. The model was powered by a 1.9-liter engine linked to a four-speed manual transmission with overdrive. The Triumph TR3A was one of the best selling TR with a total production of 58,236 examples. Another version was introducedthe TR3Bbefore the model was discontinued in favor of the Triumph TR4.
Fun fact is that the Triumph TR3A was so popular that the original panel molds wore out before the end of the production run and had to be replaced. If you’re considering a 1958 Triumph TR3A for your next classic car purchase, you made a great choice. The Beverly Hills Car Club experts would love to speak with you to help you make a good transaction. The team is known for sharing useful tips and advice with their clients and friends. For one, they’ll tell you to pay close attention to the history of ownership and the service and maintenance records. A lot can be learned from the way the example have been taken care of over the years and you want to make sure you don’t buy a model that will require unexpectedly long time in the shop.
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