This is a lovely example of a late Mk1 2 litre Triumph Vitesse convertible, in the same ownership for 19 years and having covered less than 4000 miles in that period. The car has been well maintained and garaged throughout this time and there is a good history file containing invoices, receipts and MOTs. The registration document shows only five previous keepers.
The car retains its original "DL" chassis number suffix showing that it left the factory as a saloon version of the Vitesse, but a detailed restoration to factory convertible specification was undertaken some twenty plus years ago. This restoration was obviously done to a very high standard which is reflected in the car's condition and driveability today. The recorded mileage is 20,000, the current MOT runs until 18th July 2018 and the car is HPI clear and road tax payment exempt.
This is a lovely looking car which is in excellent structural and mechanical condition, has a very attractive interior and drives extremely well. Prices of all six cylinder Triumphs are rising sharply at present and this car will be a good investment as well as providing a great deal of pleasure to its new owner in years to come.
Viewing is by appointment at my dry and well lit premises in Burwash, East Sussex. Please call me on the details below for further details or to arrange a viewing. Any inspection is very welcome. Please also see my website at - details above .
Private sale by local owner since 2010, owner advises the car needs a new hood. Photographic restoration approx 1995/96. Guide price: from £4,000 to £5,000. To be sold by online timed auction Thursday.....
It is not a well-known fact that two Germans, Siegfried Bettmann and Mauritz Johann Schulte founded the New Triumph Cycle Co. Ltd. in 1887 in Coventry. They made their first car in 1923, at the time.....
Triumph Vitesse 2 litre mk1
Reluctant sale as I have only managed 100 miles in the last 2 years.
Only 2 previous owners (the 1st 1968 - 2017)! Speedo says 8000?
Recently Mot'd (the 3rd in my ownership).....