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Waimak Classic Cars

PO Box 373 Rangiora 7440 North Canterbury New Zealand

Waimak Classic Cars

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The first in a long and successful line, the Triumph TR2 offers the classic British sports-car experience. Forever synonymous with the TR range of sports cars, the Triumph marque was in a state of flux when the first of that famous line was introduced in 1953. From that point, it has never looked back and yet had ...

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New Zealand

The Triumph TR3 is a British sports car produced between 1955 and 1962 by the Standard-Triumph Motor Company of Coventry, England. A traditional roadster, the TR3 is an evolution of the company's earlier TR2 model, with greater power and improved braking. This updated variant, popularly but unofficially known as the ...

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New Zealand

V8 power, four seats and Michelotti styling – the noble Stag has it all. The Stag is a GT cruiser. Its 3.0-litre V8 majors on low-down torque, making it ideal for covering long distances, and it makes at least as wonderful a noise as the Rover V8, that was so often transplanted into Stags during the 1980s, ruining ...

New Zealand

CAR INFORMATION More Power, More Fun – I have always loved the raw, unrefined sports car look of the TR6. The car's performance – both acceleration and braking are more than adequate. The connection between car, driver and road are exceptional. The handling is excellent for a 70's vintage roadster. It all adds ...

New Zealand

If it’s a classic British roadster you’re after, you cannot afford to ignore the TR2. Said to be the cheapest British car to top 100mph, the TR2 received plenty of plaudits from road testers of the time and "fun to drive" was a regular comment. And they were right, the TR2 is just that. Its 90bhp may not sound ...

New Zealand

For the 1960s, the TR sports car line's styling got more confident, with Michelotti providing a much cleaner, more modern look. Its radically restyled body on a widened TR3A chassis was generally well-accepted, and pretty much everyone liked the sharply defined modern lines. Other improvements and upgrades included ...

New Zealand

V8 power, four seats and Michelotti styling – the noble Stag has it all. Unlike its Spitfire baby brother, the Stag is more GT cruiser than back road barnstormer, something that’s reflected in the multi-adjustable driving position; even the steering column can be tweaked for rake and reach. Triumph 2000 owners ...

New Zealand

The Stag was launched in June 1970 and immediately created a favourable impression with buyers, who were quite literally enamoured by its simple beauty and its gorgeous engine note with accompanying exhaust ‘woofle’. Performance was good – its 2997cc Triumph engine certainly did everything asked of it. Sales ...

New Zealand

Forever synonymous with the TR range of sportscars, the Triumph marque was in a state of flux when the first of that famous line was introduced in 1953. From that point, it has never looked back and yet had it not been for the TR series – and most notably, the TR2 that started it all off – Triumph as a marque could ...

New Zealand