Selling A Triumph TR3
Changes abounded with the introduction of the Triumph TR3, as compared to its predecessor the Triumph TR2. Outside, an egg crate grille filled the open “mouth” with recessed mesh, while badges bore a new model number and you could now order an “occasional” rear seat. Under the hood, larger-choke SU carburetors and modified ports increased output of the 2.0L by five horsepower. Additionally, in 1956, the TR3 became the first series-built British car with standard front disc brakes. With increased popularity, the Triumph TR3 was a huge hit in the American market. In fact, 1956 export sales totaled 4,726 units, while in 1957 totals surged to 10,151.
Triumph TR3 Seller’s Tips
The Triumph TR3 was also introduced with a new factory option, the “GT Kit.” Inspired by Triumph’s designs on two different rally classes – Sports and GT – the kit consisted of an optional lift-off hardtop and a set of exterior door handles. Like the TR2, the TR3 would only last two years. If you’re looking to sell classic Triumph models including the 1959 Triumph TR3, be sure to connect with Alex Manos and his team today by calling 877-912-0007. Always on the lookout for great classic and vintage cars for their collection, the team will evaluate your car and will happily offer top dollar, on the spot. Furthermore, the Alex Manos team can arrange for pick-up anywhere in the United States, including Alaska.
From unfinished restoration projects to barn-finds, showroom quality classics to unique autos from around the world, the team at Alex Manos is always on the lookout to purchase classic European and American sports and luxury cars. They are happy to pay top dollar and in cash for many types of vehicles including Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, Bentley, BMW, Bugatti, jaguar, Maserati, Mercedes, Porsche, Triumph and more! To learn more or to discuss your Triumph TR3, connect with the team today. They look forward to hearing from you soon!
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