Only around 330 left on the road now. This comfortable and useable classic passed its MOT one month ago ( the last ever! ) with no advisories. Tax exempt from March 2021. Current owner for 14 years , but sadly I haven’t been able to use it much the last few years, so reluctantly it needs to go to someone who can make better use of it. Restored by me 10years ago and still looking pretty good. The original blue checked seats have been replaced with MGF half leather ones which I find much more comfy, but the originals are included if required. Good tyres on factory alloys. Lots of upgrades including :
H4 headlamp conversion
Front suspension anti dive kit
Kevlar brake pads
USA style rubber rear bumper
Poly bushes all round
Rebuilt carbs with non waxstat jets
Front strut roller bearing upgrade
For a 40 year old car it’s very clean and solid with little evidence of rust. At MOT time the garage always comments on how good it looks underneath. The paint is OK, but there are some blemishes, most of which will buff out. The fit on the hood isn’t the best, but it’s sound and does the job. As befits a car British sports car of this age, it has the usual TR7 oil leak, but it’s been like that since I’ve had it and is just a bit messy rather than a problem. I’ve just noticed the clock isn’t working and I will try and fix that this week. Apart from that everything seems to work the way it should.
It comes with loads of photos of work done on the car plus a huge history file. There are also some spares included.
Brutal classic English automobile violence with this gigantic 4.6 liter V8 Range Rover engine in a Triumph TR7 convertible! In the ancient English tradition of a large engine in a lightweight car,.....