This car was stolen in December of 2016, and was recently recovered.
More info coming soon!
Photos in photo album
- Toyota transmission conversion (5-speed)
- Rear seat is a custom build and hinges open
- Choke pull is T-shaped, gas gauge is TR4 style
- Twin-tip stainless exhaust
The Triumph TR2/TR3/TR3A series automobile was a revolution in sports
car design in the 50s.
The TR2/TR3 was a "poor mans" sports car. It was the first car that
the "man on the street" (originally retailing for just £950) could
afford that could break 100mph, and it was also the first production
car to offer disc brakes, a feature that Jaguar later made famous.
I've always been fascinated by this car, and here
is the history of my current TR3A vehicle.
I've also included some general information on projects
I'm working on in the car (including photos), in the hopes that it will
help other people solve the problems I've been needing to solve.
- The Vintage Triumph Registry - a great resource for the Triumph TR3A.
- TR Registry
- A list of Triumphs including the TR3A by commission number.