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1981 Triumph TR8, $9,000 Posted: 2018-9-20
It’s also lowered the usual 1”. Rimmer red springs. Stainless braided hoses.
It’s definitely not a perfect car. It’s original paint it’s got some dings, it sat in a garage for allot of years before I got it. The hood is a little dinged. Looks like at one point someone left tools on the plenum and closed the hood. I was always fine with how it looked, Ive always like making them work better.
I have all original parts to go back on eventually if need be. Though with the 4.0 heads the deck height is lower. So the original intake has been machined allot to make that work. I had to do the same with this newer 3.9l intake.
It also is an 1981 model year. Non A/C. I’m sure there is other stuff I’m missing.
PRICE REDUCTION. This 1980 Triumph TR7 (TR8 Conversion) with 60,414 accurate miles is in great condition with only two previous owners. Current owner has maintained the car with meticulous records for the past 30 years. This classic British roadster with incredible pep and personality is an absolute joy to drive.
The TR7 to TR8 conversion was completed about 15 years ago, which involved upgrading to a V8 engine and new radiator. Brand new interior carpets and door panels, brand new shoulder belts, brand new oil pump, brand new battery, tires are in great shape, original hard top (bolts on), always garaged in Massachusetts, never driven in snow. New top, but owner only drives on sunny days so the top hasn’t been raised in a decade, and condition is unchecked. Engine may need some work, as the check engine light recently came on, but car is in otherwise excellent condition and is cosmetically gorgeous.
Please contact us to arrange a visit, or to ask any questions you may have. This Triumph TR7/8 is a gorgeous specimen, and we thank you for your interest!
Notes - Car is available for viewing or test drives in Amherst, MA. Please contact seller with any questions. Seller has made all efforts to accurately describe car and condition, but buyer is responsible for performing any inspections and due diligence prior to purchasing this as-is listing. Thank you.
Iguana, Clay Thompson's TR7 For Sale, $4,000 OBO Posted: 2018-8-23
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.
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3 TR7s For Sale Posted: 2018-8-14
I have 3 Triumph TR7's; 1) 1975 coupe, 2) 1978 coupe with sunroof and 3) 1980 convertible.
All have 5-speed manual transmissions. All at different levels of repair. All have not been running for a few years. Bodies in good condition with only minor rust. I also have extensive additional parts, nuts -bolts etc. I also have an extra door, two extra motors, two extra transmissions, gas tank, dashes to name just a few things.
Selling the whole lot, will not separate. Moving so everything must go. Clear title in my name for all three vehicles.