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1946 TRIUMPH ROADSTER 1800 CONCOURS For Sale
|Probably the best 1946 Triumph 1800 Roadster in the world following a full restoration to concours standards,five seater,independent magazine featured provenance.Engine block rebored and acid cleaned to restore the internal passages.Crankshaft reground, New pistons, New mains and big ends bearings. Cylinder head shot blasted and skimmed. New valve guides and valve seats recut.New rockers and shaft.New cam follower.New timing chain and crank pulley.New water pump.New fuel pump.New engine and gearbox mountings.Reconditioned fuel pump.New coolant hoses.Radiator rebuilt.Flywheel skimmed.New 3 part clutch.New full engine/head gasket set.Gearbox+linkage overhauled.New full stainless steel exhaust|
system.Body stripped back,doors and front wings removed and refinished.Original timber frame still with coach builders name on,in excellent condition.
Fully re trimmed in new, quality beige hide, Wilton carpet and pipping,Hood frame shot blasted,painted along with all cappings restored and the full dash.New Mulberry Mohair hood made to original pattern with the rear glass fitted. Complete new loom plus all new electrics,motors and dynamo.Rechromed bumpers,screen surround,handles, radiator surround and filler cap.
Styled by Frank Callaby and was a flamboyant mix of 1930s styling cues and boasted what was reputedly the last dickie seat to be incorporated into a production car. Bodied in 'Birmabright' for 2nd world war aircraft alloy over ash (save for its steel pontoon front wings), the Roadster was underpinned by a tubular ladder-frame chassis featuring independent front suspension, a 'live' rear axle and four-wheel drum brakes. Powered by a 1776cc OHV four-cylinder engine (shared with the contemporary Jaguar SS range) allied to four-speed column-change manual transmission, the model was reputedly capable of 80mph.
1949 Triumph Roadsters 2000 1800 1946/49 Specialist
Triumph Roadster 2000 1800 Specialist Buying or Selling a Triumph Roadster 1800 or 2000 any age or condition from derelict to concours or Just looking for some friendly advice Tel the Specialist Tel 01487 .....
We have owned this car for over 18 years and enjoy driving it around town and on special events. The motor was rebuilt and has 450 miles on it since. The car has British Heritage Certification with matching .....
1948 Triumph Roadster 1800 for sale
The Triumph Roadster is an automobile which was produced by Britain's Standard Motor Company from 1946 to 1949. It was first available as the Triumph 1800 Roadster from 1946 to 1948 and then as the Triumph .....
1948 Triumph 1800 Roadster
For sale on behalf of a customer, a good 1948 Triumph 1800 Roadster, italian papers and registration, Asi Gold Plaque, completely restored about 20 years ago and still in good conditions.
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1946 Triumph 1800 Roadster
The rare Triumph 1800 Roadster is a bit of a curiosity. It bridged the pre-war Dolomites and Glorias with the post-war TR models. Engine was the 4 cylinder 1776cc Standard engine with a column shift 4-speed .....
Triumph 1800 Roadster 1947
The 1800 cc engine is coupled to a gearbox with 4 gears with the control on the steering wheel.
In the front seat is there place for 3 persons.
In the back there is a "Dicky-seat" with 2 small folding .....
1946 TRIUMPH ROADSTER 1800 - CONCOURS
71 years old and probably the best in the world fully restored to concours standards all completed less than 1500 miles ago.Features the very torquey SS engine,4 speed column change, 5x seater,bench seat, .....
1949 Triumph 2000 Roadster
The Triumph 2000 is the successor of the Triumph 1800.
This makes the Triumph 2000 a rare collectors item.
the dickey seat under the rear deck with a cover that had two glass panels, forming a protective .....