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Triumph TR3A

FACTS

1955 - 1961

CONSTRUCTION YEAR

"Bill" Towns

DESIGNERS

4 CYLINDERS

2,000

95 hp

ENGINE

58,236

NUMBER OF PIECES

1961

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STORY

The Triumph TR3A is a sports car produced by the British automobile brand Triumph from 1957 to 1962.

The TR3A was introduced in 1957 and was intended to address some of the weaknesses of the TR2. One of the most noticeable changes was the front design with a wider grille and integrated bumper.

The TR3A was powered by a four-cylinder in-line engine producing around 100 bhp. It had rear-wheel drive and was fitted with a four-speed manual gearbox. Its performance and sporty handling made it a popular car for motorsport enthusiasts.

The TR3A was commercially successful and also won several awards in motorsport. The car's robustness and sporting characteristics made it a popular choice for racing drivers and rally participants.

Today, well-preserved Triumph TR3As are sought-after collectors' items, and there is a vibrant community of enthusiasts dedicated to restoring and maintaining these classic sports cars.

The Triumph TR3A has a firm place in the history of British sports cars and is considered by many to be a signature example of the roadsters of the 1950s.

PERSONAL STORY

This Triumph has been restored from the ground up. During the restoration, the classic 'Dolce Vita' color combination was chosen: white with red leather.

A convertible that gives a motorcycle feeling through its open lines.

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