Early Mk2 example, delivered on the 1st March 1974, the first day of the new ‘M’ registration for years 1974/75
Finished in Mimosa yellow, with recent full photographic repaint in 2010. The paintwork presents very well with excellent panel gaps, no structural rust and no unsightly signs of filler in the common places.
It can be seen from the restoration photographs during the works that the car was structurally very solid and a worthy project to work upon, hence the repaint.
Fitted with the original bronze interior as per factory specification, so, still retains that genuine feel and appearance. All glass appears to be the original. The hood is in great order as too is the original hood mechanism.
Chrome and brightwork on the car is presentable but most importantly original, there is some slight fading on one bumper, however, no rust or damage.
The car is fitted with the desirable 3.0 Ford Essex engine, which was professionally rebuilt and installed in 2010 after which the car has only travelled a mere 2000 miles. The Ford engine was not only more reliable than the original V8 but also generated slightly more power. The engine runs very well, starts the first time, idles happily and sounds great!.
It has the desirable manual gearbox which is a pleasure to work with and with such you can truly appreciate its sporty nature.
The odometer shows 95000 miles, which is to be believed genuine, although obviously cannot be verified.
The car has a pleasant history file with numerous MOTs, most recent invoices are for servicing include; new water pump, engine rebuild and repaint amongst many other general service parts.
This is a great opportunity to own a very useable British classic that represents great value within the market. It is most importantly free of rust and in excellent usable condition.
Please feel free to arrange a viewing, I am a stag owners club member that welcomes any inspection. Thanks for your time.
This Stag has now completed its extensive restoration for bodywork and a full respray, this includes many new panels and sills.
In October 2015 the car had an extensive engine rebuild at a cost of £4000 this included a new water pump and engine bay refurbishment.
Prior to 2015 there are records .....
Beautiful Triumph Stag. Delivered new in St. Gallen, Switzerland to Mr. Fatzer on May 21st 1976 by Bachtold AG. Comes from fourth owner and has driven only 147.202 kilometres original. Equipped with a powerful V8 with automatic transmission. This car has never been restored, only repainted once due .....
1975 triumph stag fully restored with comprehensive history file. Restored in 2000 and again to a higher standard in 2016 . Far too much to mention but absolutely stunning . Mileage 81k full mot no advisories engine done appx 14k miles since rebuild new gearbox, bare metal new panel refurb. All wheels .....
3 litre Original Stag Engine.
Reconditioned, good oil pressure.
Manual with overdrive.
65,000 miles (not verified).
Complete professional bare metal respray
Full Waxoyl under car treatment.
New Minilites and tyres. Original Stag rims available.
Estimated Value: £6,000 - £8,000
Recently repatriated from Europe where it has been mainly dry stored for the last few years. This nice Stag is an older restoration that still presents well but does have some minor cosmetic issues. Benefiting from still having the correct Triumph V8 engine that .....
TRIUMPH STAG 3.0 JUST 41000 MILES BY 3 OWNERS AND PAPERWORK TO BACK UP LOVELY AND STRIKING AND RARE MAGENTA COLOUR
LOW MILEAGE LOW OWNERSHIP STAGS ARE GETTING HARDER AND HARDER TO FIND .
THIS HAS A GOOD AMOUNT OF PAPERWORK BACKING UP ITS LOW MLEAGE
IT WAS SUBJECT TO A RESTORATION .....
Estimate: £13,000 – £15,000
Recently benefitting from an engine rebuild this 1971 Stag starts on the button and runs smoothly. The rest of the car has also benefitted from refreshed during the last few years. 90,668 miles on the clock and an MOT until October 2018.
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A REALLY GENUINE EXAMPLE WHICH HAS COVERED ONLY 52000 MILES FROM NEW.THE 2ND OWNER WAS TO KEEP HER FOR SOME 35 YEARS AND WE ACQUIRED HER A FEW YEARS AGO FOR THE CURRENT OWNER, A LONG STANDING CLIENT OF OURS, FOR HIS SMALL PRIVATE COLLECTION.
ONLY FOR SALE DUE TO RETIREMENT AND THE NEED TO DOWNSIZE .....
Produced from 1970 to 1977 the Triumph Stag was envisioned as a luxury sports car designed to compete directly with the Mercedes-Benz SL class models. All Stags were four seat convertibles powered by a 3.0V8 engine with twin Stromberg carbs and a choice of manual or automatic transmissions. Very advanced .....
Triumph Stage Convertible, 1975 N registration, automatic, white with tobacco interior and black mohair soft top. Only 71,000 miles from new verified with over thirty old mot certificates and the original passport to service book. This car has benefitted from much recent expenditure including an engine .....