For consignment, our owner purchased the car in 1972 as its second owner, and made use of it through graduate school and beyond. What a fantastic car to have in graduate school! The mechanicals are all up to date and consignor states if any parts are needed they are readily available as new or rebuilt parts in Philadelphia from a Stag Club which is very active. This car presents as overall very nice. Heres to you Mrs. Robinson! Exterior A double edged pointed spear like styled grille trimmed in chrome and supporting dual headlights and a triangular orange signal light in either corner leads the way. A nice shiny bumper with vertical push bars is on below and all this adds up to give the car a unique look. A center badge of a prancing Stag is noted on the grille. Steel is very straight, gaps are nicely managed, and it is bathed in red paint which shows nicely and is a factory matching respray with no rust or inclusions but does show some dings and scratches. The unique feature of this convertible 4 passenger car is the addition of a B pillar just behind the drivers door that becomes the rear base for what is a top structure. The front support being the windshield surround in polished chrome. The top structure is black texture coated steel. This was deemed necessary for structural rigidity for the car and support for the rag top. The top is back canvas and moves up and down easily by hand. No T insert panels are necessary or available even as an option. The top folds neatly down into a space behind the rear bench and a wide chrome trimming surrounds this area of the tonneau covering. So if it spits and you need to wear your Wellies, just put the top up and you are covered . On back the mid 70s Spitfire-esque styling continues with another double pointed edge spear, edged in chrome complete with matching spear shaped taillights that slightly wrap around to the rear quarters. Another bumper with vertical push bars is nice and sleek and wraps around the quarters as well and a marker light floats just above. Some very light beginnings of chrome pitting are seen on this bumper. 14-inch cast aluminum wheels are on with a center hub badged with a stag. Jesus loves you more than you will know, Whoa, whoa, whoa. Interior Sleekly styled deep saddle leather door panels sporting sloping downward long armrests and a shiny actuator along with a front mounted pouch greet us upon entry. Nice high and wide overstuffed luxurious bucket seats with some tuck and roll inserts and smooth bolsters all in the saddle leather, make up the front passengers chairs. For the back, a curved and undulating rear bench seat is in and offers up room for two more, albeit tight on the legroom front. Gold carpeting floods the floors, (I believe this to once be more brown but has lost some of its color and now is gold). Upfront a walnut veneer wood dash front houses the quintessential black faced Smiths gauges. There is a gaggle of these circular gauges and air vents are round as well making it look similar to a 747 cockpit. In the center is a Pioneer AM/FM/Cassette radio, temp sliders with an ash receptacle which dives downward and seamlessly meets up with a console that has a ball topped shift lever and power window toggles. A wood insert is surrounded by padded black vinyl on the sides. In front of the passenger is a glovebox and an eyeball vent in the corner. Overall the dash is slightly dirty and could use a good detailing but fully functional. Heaven holds a place for those who pray..Hey, hey, hey. Drivetrain Looking quite industrial, very clean, and cast metallic we see the 2997cc V8. It is fed from the top with dual 1 barrel 175CD carbs that are tilted on an angle with wide cast intake tubes snaking their way into the mill. TRIUMPH badged valve covers and a silver cast air intake covering are also seen. On the back is a 4 speed manual transmission from the factory. The rear axle is a 3.70 designation. All is looking good and clean, no corrosion but slight paint chip off on the shocks tower supports on top. Undercarriage The ribbed floor pans and framing is solid. Dual tubular exhaust is snaking its way through to the back for a dual drivers side exit. Independent suspension is all around and power front disc brakes are upfront and power drums on back. Factory stock style mufflers are in the center flanking its way around the driveshaft, floor pans, and X frame. No rust, just some more paint chips off and even some factory red overspray. Drive-Ability A quick starter, smooth idle and taking off is no problem as is running at cruising speed. Good handling and braking were experienced. The top goes up and down easily and is in very good like new condition. I owned a Spitfire and this is like driving a high end version. Where have you gone Joe DImaggio? our nation turns its lonely eyes to you, Woo, woo, woo. A very nicely preserved original version of the Stag owned since almost new from our consigner who cared for the car, and alway had it inspected and maintained. Snap it up! And despite its name it can be for the female population too!