Launched in 1955, the Triumph TR3 was a very popular model, produced until 1962 in three distinguishable versions. Although never made official, the appellations A and B were commonly used to differentiate the two variants that evolved from the first TR3. The Triumph TR3A featured a new and wider front grille, a standard full kit (optional on the previous version), exterior door handles, and a lockable trunk handle. In 1959, the version was slightly modified with a redesigned rear floor section and raised stampings under the bonnet. The car was powered by a 1.9-liter engine unit bolted to a four-speed manual transmission with overdrive.
The 1960 Triumph TR3A was a popular sports car of its era and is a highly prized classic nowadays. If you find an example in good mechanical condition, it will bring you a lot of satisfaction. Comfortable and fun to drive, the Triumph TR3A is a perfect automobile for a weekend cruise and attracts a lot of attention at any car show. The Beverly Hills Car Club team is a good place to start when looking to purchase a 1960 Triumph TR3A. Their Los Angeles classic car dealership has a growing collection of classics for sale. Additionally, the friendly staff is known for sharing useful tips and advice to help you make a smart purchase. Call the team today to ask for the best practice to purchase a 1960 Triumph TR3A. One tip the team often shares is to ask for a complete documentation of the example, including certificate of authenticity, ownership history, service and maintenance records, etc.
The Beverly Hills Car Club is looking forward to sharing their knowledge and expertise of the classic car market with you and to helping you find your perfect example of 1960 Triumph TR3A. Don’t wait, call the team today to get started. If you’re in the area, come visit the showroom anytime to view the current models for sale.
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