1962 was the last year of production for the Triumph TR3 and the model was perfected in the design and mechanics. Launched in 1955, the TR3 evolved into variants commonly referred to as the TR3A and TR3Balthough these appellations were never made official by Triumph. The TR3A is characterized by its large aluminum grille, door handles, and trunk handle with a lock. Chrome rods replaced the black reeds placed between the wings and the hull. The engine output was increased to 100 hp, over the 90, then 95 hp of the previous versions. The Triumph TR3 was the first to have standard disc brakes in the front, which significantly improved the driving experience and gave the model a competitive advantage.
The Triumph TR3A is very popular in vintage racing nowadays and is a great model for weekend cruises. If you’re thinking about buying a 1962 Triumph TR3A and have a few questions before you start your research for the perfect example, The Beverly Hills Car Club is a good place to start. The team regularly answers questions such as What models sold recently and at what price? or Where can I find a model with x color and x option? The team will guide you through the research and tell you what the best practices are for buying a good classic at the right value. For example, it’s always a good idea to hire a classic Triumph expert to carry out a complete pre-purchase inspection to make sure you’re aware of the condition and functioning of the car you’re about to acquire. The Beverly Hills Car Club has a wide inventory of classic cars for sale, of all makes, models, and conditions. Come visit their showroom today to meet the team and view the examples for sale.
The 1962 Triumph TR3A of your dreams might be waiting for you at the Los Angeles classic car dealership. Don’t wait and call the member of The Beverly Hills Car Club team to ask about the current availabilities and get their useful tips and advice. The team is looking forward to speaking with you soon!
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