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1979 Triumph Drop Head, $4,500 Posted: 2017-8-13
A mostly stock 1979 Triumph TR-7 roadster with 85,500 actual miles that is in great drivable shape. I have owned this car for 14 years and it has been my baby. Love driving it. However, it’s time to let it go as age and health has caught up with me. The car had been in storage for approximately 10 years before being purchased by a fellow who gave it a lot of TLC and spent over $8,000 to have a reputable garage perform the work. I have all the receipts.
The list of new parts: duel weber carburetors, convertible top, 4 gas shocks, 4 tire and front-end alignment, starter, alternator, coil, clutch master cylinder, spin-on oil filter, floor mats, front disc brake pads and rotors, rear brake shoes, catalytic converter with complete stainless steel exhaust, tie rod ends, electric engine cooling fan, thermostat, hoses, radiator cap, spark plug wires, fuel sending unit, upper and lower rear suspension bushings, suspension bumpers, head gasket, head bolts, front wheel bearing, battery, headlight switch.
The head was removed, shaved slightly, as it was not warped and reinstalled with new head bolts. Compression was 145 lbs in all 4 cylinders. The valves were adjusted also.
The car is rust free. The paint appears to be original with the type of defects you would expect on a 38 year old car. However, you can see from the pix that it still looks nice. There are no cracks in the dash. All the glass is good. The back-up lights, interior lights, and windshield wipers work. The seats are good and have been recovered. The radio was replaced with a stereo radio/CD player with new speakers in the doors. The clock does not work, but a new one is included.
The car never sat outside! It has always been garaged with a cover. It’s my baby, you know. The cover is included.
I also have some spare parts that will be included. This is not a show car…it’s a daily driver.
1976 Triumph TR7 For Sale, $4,800 or Make Offer Posted: 2017-8-1
This car is in nice shape, and is a truly cool car. Has not been driven in a couple years. Overall the body is in nice shape with no known rust, does have some dents and dings.
Original 4 cylinder Engine with only 41,000 miles. Is a sing carburetor setup, with stainless steel headers Previous owner installed 5 speed triumph transmission. Does run with auxiliary fuel supply, just needs some maintenance.
Hydraulic system needs gone through from sitting, emergency brake is disconnected. Fuel system needs cleaned and some new flex lines run. Interior is showing some signs of wear.
Does have brand new tires just installed. Has the badge on glove box saying it is a victory edition but no further documentation to back up.
With a little time and TLC this car would be a true joy to drive.
1980 TR7 For Sale, $9,500 or Best Offer Posted: 2017-7-16
I have a 1980 Triumph TR7 for sale with 63,000 miles. The car has no rust and has very minimal scratches. The car has a new alternator, sending unit, and battery in it. It also has a new rear end put in. Everything is original except for these things and the radio.
Asking price of $9,500 or best offer.
I am located in Kansas City, Missouri and the two ways of reaching me are:
Original owner is selling 1981 TR8 purchased with California emissions. Mechanically sound - runs beautifully - just like it did new. Kept as original as possible for the most part. Have removed A/C (have all of it). Original spare tire and wheel - never used. Original top, paint, and seat covers with 36 years of normal wear.
I am the original owner and the car is in near original condition. This car was built in March 1975, one of the first two thousand TR7s built (ACL 1762U). The car was purchased in May 1975. The engine was rebuilt in 1991. The seats were re-built and re-covered in 2003. The car was re-painted (original colour Pimento) in 2009. Car is in excellent condition throughout.
Asking price is $6,500 US ($8,500 CDN).
Owner has been a wedge enthusiast for 40 years and can provide more photos and details on request. Cars are located in London, Ontario.