This lovely matching numbers Triumph TR4A IRS has been subjected to a considerable amount of restoration over its life including a full body refurbishment in the early 90s. The engine was rebuilt in the late 80s and the car has subsequently been well preserved with money whenever needed to keep the car in excellent condition. This is the first time the car has been on the market in almost a decade and with the summer months ahead, this is a great opportunity to buy a car that will provide open top motoring for the season ahead. The history file really tells this car's story with documents and history dating back to 1970 including the original buff log book. There is a thick pile of invoices showing all work carried out including the body refurbishment and engine rebuild. The car has been regularly serviced and more recent work includes a suspension overhaul (new coil springs and bushes), new cluth and master cylinders, new flexible brake hoses, new wiper motor, carbs refurbed, new radiator, new door pins, rev counter refurb, new flasher unit. The last service was undertaken in June 2017. The car starts on the button and drives as it should with the overdrive operating on third and fourth gears. The hood on the car is in good order and the paint also presents well with a few blemishes as you would expect on an older restoration. Included in the file are a full workshop manual along with the driver's instruction manual. If you are seeking a TR4A IRS, this one is certainly a nice example and with a good body and chassis, this car represents excellent value in our view at £21,995.
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