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Iguana, Clay Thompson's TR7 For Sale, $4,000 OBO - Sale Pending Posted: 2019-1-6
For sale, Iguana, Clay Thompson's beloved TR7.
I've seen the car in person, interior rates a 10/10 for originality and near perfect attention to detail. Body is straight, I don't recall Clay ever telling us it had been in any fender benders. Paint is (I think) mostly original, I'd grade it a B+ I think. Engine bay is nice. Dual Weber setup, KMAC strut mounts and loads of other tweaks and mods to make the car work better.
I don't think Clay ever did anything major to the engine, no compression ratio bumps or UK pistons or anything like that. But he documented the heck out of the car in the old triumphtr7.com forum, I suspect you could look up stuff pretty easily. He was jclay and contributed and moderated that forum for years.
Family is asking $4k OBO.
Contact Info Write to the TWOA editor or secretary and we'll get you connected up with the family.
1980 TR7 For Sale, $3,000 Posted: 2018-11-13
This is a 1980 Triumph TR7 in Poseidon green metallic. It is a matching numbers car. The car was bought as a project for my sons and I put together we have it at about 95% complete right now. All the parts are there it just needs to be made roadworthy. The engine runs, the brakes work and the car drives. It has a five speed transmission and three new tires. It would make a good finish a project for someone with moderate to limited mechanical skills. The hard part was done.
This car was manufactured in the Canley plant in England. It doesn't have the build quality problems that the earlier cars had. It does have air-conditioning but it is not connected. It will need a dryer for the air conditioning. New spark plugs, rotor and cap, water pump, oil pressure sending unit, carpet, upholstery, BT audio, 3 new tires and other various parts were purchased new to put on the vehicle. The valves were adjusted also. It runs with an electric fuel pump rather than the mechanical one. I'm in the process of putting an electric fan on it.
Two of the pictures show the lights working and the fan running to prove that it is up and running.
The car is located in Oxford Michigan.
Contact: Kevin Phone: 248-736-1265
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