1965 Triumph TR4
Car for sale by GR Auto Gallery in Grand Rapids, Michigan 49512
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1965 Triumph TR4 $25,900
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this recently restored 1965 Triumph TR4 roadster. This vehicle has a total of three owners, a clean title and less than 79,000 original miles on it. The original sales paperwork, owners manual and toolkit is available as well. This vehicle won best-in-class in the 2015 Battle of the Brits car show in Milford, Michigan. Lots of new parts and upgrades have been added to this TR; newer white urethane base / clearcoat paint job, newer top, newer tires, newer windshield and seals, newer chrome trim, newer seats and belts, newer steering wheel, newer wood instrument panel, new fan belt, newer hoses, water pump, thermostat, original starter rebuild, converted to negative ground with electronic ignition, newer plugs and wires, original rebuilt carburetor, newer clutch master and slave cylinder, newer brake master cylinder, front rotors, calipers, cylinders and pads, rear drums, cylinders and pads, newer front shock absorbers, ball joints, bushings and much more. Money was not spared when restoring this beautiful little TR-4. Please call or email us today for more information.
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1965 Triumph TR4 Specifications
Classic Car ID100922224
Trim Body Style
Engine2138cc 2.1L I4
Transmission4 Speed Manual
Custom Exterior ColorN/A
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