One of the world's largest motorcycle companies, Triumph Motorcycles has its roots set in 1885 when it was founded by Siegfried Bettmann as the New Triumph Company Limited, along with the Triumph Motor Company, which became defunct in 1984 and is currently dormant under the auspices of BMW who own the marque. From 1961 to 1965, Triumph produced the Triumph TR4, a 2-door roadster-style sports car with a feisty engine. Up for sale is a completely restored original 1962 Triumph TR4. This car has been lovingly restored back to its original state and can be yours today!
This particular 1962 Triumph TR4 restomod comes with a recent repaint in white. It comes with the sought-after "Surrey Top," which has an easily foldable and stowed vinyl insert in black and a supporting frame. The front features a distinctly shaped hood that curves over the headlights with the Triumph lettering and hood badge in chrome. The front fascia includes a chromed grille with horizontal slats and other lights set apart. The lower part can be seen in the 60s typical chrome bumper. The sides are devoid of any ornamentation, while the rear is host to vertically placed lights along with the Triumph lettering and TR4 badges in chrome as with the rear bumper. This little roadster sits on a set of optional 48-lace wire wheels finished in matte silver and with chrome spinners. The interior features an elegant black-and-white color design with chrome trimmings sprinkled throughout. The seller reports that the interior was completely restored, with black seats accented by white piping. Behind the black and chrome, 3-spoke steering wheel can be seen the black-faced speedometer and RPM meter. Reportedly the original Triumph radio is still in place. A polished wood knob tops the chrome gear stick.
What made the 1962 Triumph TR4's 2.1L engine so good was the addition of the twin Zenith Stromberg carburetors and the short-neck radiator. It is coupled with a 4-speed manual transmission. The seller reports that the engine, along with the transmission, was restored in 2017. Power output is estimated at 100hp, along with 127 lb.ft of torque. Stopping power on the TR4 is enhanced by the front disc brakes and rear drums.
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