The Triumph TR3 was introduced in 1955 and produced until 1962 in three distinct variants. Although officially, the variants were all named TR3s, everybody agreed to use the appellations A and B to distinguish the different models. The Triumph TR3A was an evolution of the first TR3 and was introduced in 1957. The A model featured a larger front grille, exterior door handles and a lockable trunk handle. Models produced after 1959 were also equipped with raised stampings under the bonnet, a redesigned rear floor section and a windscreen attached with bolts rather than the previously used Dzus connectors. The engine unit was a powerful 1.9-liter linked to a four-speed manual gearbox with overdrive.
If you’re in the market for a 1961 Triumph TR3A, you came to the right place. The Beverly Hills Car Club has a wide inventory of classics of all makes, models, and condition for sale. The team is composed of classic car enthusiasts who regularly select new classics to add to the collection, with great care. They have years of experience in the industry and an extensive knowledge of the different makes and models, as well as the current market situation in terms of prices and availabilities. They can answer your questions such as: Is this a good time to purchase a 1961 Triumph TR3A? What will the car cost me in terms of service and maintenance? The friendly staff regularly shares tips and advice with their clients and friends. For one, they’ll advise you ask the current owner to take you for a spin in the car, so that you can observe the way he drives and takes care of the car. This can give you useful indication on the gearbox and clutch wear for example, which are expensive piece to service or replace.
The Beverly Hills Car Club is at your disposal to answer any questions you may have concerning the purchase of a 1961 Triumph TR3A and to help you find your perfect example. Start by browsing their online inventory and call for more information. The team is looking forward to speaking with you soon.
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