The Triumph TR3A was produced between 1957 and 1962, although the A designation was never made official. The TR3A was an upgraded version of the first TR3 model introduced in 1955. Improvements included a full width radiator grille, a lockable trunk handle, and exterior door handlesthat were part of an optional kit on the previous TR3. The 1.9-liter engine was linked to a manual four-speed transmission with overdrive. The TR3 was the first British production car to feature standard disc brakes in the front, which significantly improved the driving experience. The 1959 Triumph TR3A was slightly reworked and featured raised stampings under the bonnet, as well as a redesigned rear floor section.
The Beverly Hills Car Club enjoys an excellent reputation for great service when it comes to helping their clients and friends find the classic they’ve always wanted. The team regularly shares tips and advice to help them make an informed and smart transaction. One thing they’ll tell you for example is to hire a classic Triumph expert to carry out a complete pre-purchase inspection to make sure the engine runs well, as well as the other mechanical components. This step can end up saving you a lot of money with the purchase but also avoid hour spent in the shop and expensive bills. In addition, The Beverly Hills Car Club has a wide inventory of classics for sale, including examples of 1959 Triumph TR3A. The team has been in the classic car industry for many years, which gives them an extensive knowledge of the different makes and models as well as the best practice for each steps of the process of buying a classic.
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