One of the finest TR4A’s available on the market today.
A matching numbers original RHD car finished in Signal Red with Cream piped red interior
Buff log book and heritage certificate included in the folder
FUN 454D was purchased by the previous owner in 2010 from Valerie Gaskell a keen triumph enthusiast who attended many local rallies.
The TR was in a partial stripped state awaiting a full restoration when collected in October of 2010, they collected her and over the next 5 years undertook a full nut & bolt restoration.
Everything was removed and bagged, the body was separated from the chassis and all parts were stripped, repaired if possible, replaced by new where necessary and rebuilt with stainless bolts etc.
Many upgrades were introduced such as poly bushes, adjustable shocks, new rims and tyres as well as alloy fuel tank and kenlow fan.
The body was professionally rebuilt by a well-known TR restorer using lead rather than filler where required.
There is a full photographic record of the restoration with the car which shows the extensive nut & bolt process and a list of all the upgrades.
Over £38,000 has been lavished on this stunning restoration with a complete photographic log of approximately 300 photos.
Fun 454D is a genuine UK RHD vehicle which is confirmed by the heritage certificate and is now better than when it left the factory.
It is an ideal investment for an enthusiast who would be in a great position to show and enter concourse competitions.
Last nut and bolt restoration and covered less than 200 miles of careful running in since.
Upgrade list includes
narrow belt conversion
kenlow electric fan with manual over-ride
spax adjustable dampers front and rear
emergency bonnet pull modification
spin on oil filter conversion
uprated heater system
poly bushed all-round
aluminium petrol tank
mini lite conversion
heat shield to carbs and alternator
sports coil and uprated HT leads
silicon brake fluid
seat belts installed
Immaculately presented and driving faultlessly, ready for show or tour
This genuine UK supplied Triumph TR4 has spent the past 32 years in the North of Scotland. MMT 652C was first registered on the 19th March 1965 and rides on its period, correct steel wheels, is equipped.....