The Triumph TR3 was introduced in 1955 as the successor to the popular Triumph TR2 model. Produced by the Standard Motor Company in the UK, the model was built in 13 377 examples, only 1,286 of which were sold on the British market, the rest went to the US. The model was a convertible two-seater sports car with a hardtop and third seat available as options. Design-wise, the Triumph TR3 featured a revised aluminum grille, the central stop light in the rear was replaced by two lights on the sides. Using bigger carburetors, the engine could produce 95 hp at 5,000 rpm and was linked to a manual four-speed gearbox with overdrive. Disc brakes were made available as an option and came standard from September 1956. The Triumph TR3 was replaced by the Triumph TR3A in the summer 1957.
If you’re in the market for a Triumph TR3, call The Beverly Hills Car Club team to find out about their current offers and availabilities. The team is known for their good deal and great customer care. Not only will they help you find your perfect example of Triumph TR3 and make your experience memorable, but also they’ll share great tips and advice on how to make a good purchase. Some owners have modified their Triumph TR3 and it’s important to know whether changes were positive or not. For example, the conversion of the old steering system of the TR3 to a rack and pinion steering was a good upgrade if made correctly by a qualified Triumph technician. Call The Beverly Hills Car Club team today if you have any questions about the modifications made on a model you’re interested in. The team is always happy to speak with other enthusiasts about their classic car projects.
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