AN EARLIER RESTORATION:LAST OWNER FOR 25yrs:OVERDRIVE:REPLACEMENT NEW UNLEADED ENGINE, Red, We are pleased to offer another fantastic example of the super rare Classic MK3 1296cc Spitfire,this one with very rare factory Overdrive.First Regd in the UK,a home market RHD car in May 1970 being one of the last Mk3s to be built.The last owner for 25 yrs has cherished the car having had an earlier complete Re build in 2008 to an excellent standard.A brand new 1296cc Unleaded Engine was fitted in 2000 with a S/S sports exhaust together with a refurbished Overdrive Gearbox and rear axle.Upgraded Servo Brakes,Regular maintenance and MOTs every year( every one back to 1991 in the File)have kept this super example in tip top condition evident by the huge documented History File.The Bright Red paintwork with gleaming Chrome work is a credit to the quality of this refurbishment.Replacement sports GT6 seats,all new interior trim,carpets etc has been recently fitted together with period upgrade triumph alloy wheels and a new mohair cloth Roof (A Factory Hard top comes too) Quite simply a delightful little Spitfire to invest in,have fun and nothing to do but drive.We have just given it our usual high standard of preparation Incl New steering rack and re built rear differential ,Full pre delivery check,New MOT service and Tune.Now driving superbly .All ready to go for you now.We are very lucky to currently have this beautiful MK 3 available as they are so rare and very few have ever been restored,certainly to this standard.May we invite you to come and view/drive Nr Goodwood,Chichester,West Sussex,please call to arrange an appointment. SEE OUR WEBSITE http://www.minchinsofgoodwood.co.uk for more photos.
Triumph Spitfire 1492cc,MK4 model 1980, original first owner (Pharmacist)
first paint mainly, The Spitfire war designed by Giovanni Michelotti in 1957.
Production was from 1962 -1980. This is one of the last cars sold by Auto Becker (Düsseldorf) who was main Ferrari Importer in Germany.
A Hardtop .....
The Triumph spitfire was introduced in 1962 at the London Motor show as an entry level two seat sports car. A clever development of the Triumph Herald saloon it used tried and tested mechanical components and a similar separate chassis and steel body construction. The attractive body penned .....
This is a very nice Triumph Spitfire Mk3 from 1967.
This Spitfire Mk3 is particularly well equipped with, among other things,
* Original hard-top in the same color,
* Chrome wire wheels with new tires,
* Wood sports steering wheel,
* Burl Walnut wood dashboard,