Triumph TR7 Hardtop. Mimosa yellow over a black interior. The car was resto-modded into a tribute/clone of an extremely rare model offered in 1977 - The TR7 Sprint.
The Sprint model featured, and this car is equipped with a 2.0 liter slant four cylinder engine with a 16 valve head, long tube headers, twin SU6 Carbs, 5 speed manual transmission and a stout rear with a 3:09:1 rear drive.
The suspension has been completely rebuilt by the previous owner. New rims and tires. This car drive perfectly.
The short overall length of 15 feet and curb weight of 2,400 pounds makes for sports car handling, engaging driving characteristics and wild looks all in one very unusual package. It is a pocket exotic!
Zero Rust + Garage Kept
"The shape of things to come" was the advertising tagline written for the new offering from Triumph - the new TR7. The wedge design language was shared by some of the most iconic designs of the era. The Lotus Esprit. Maserati Merak, De Tomaso Pantera, Bricklin SV-1, The Lamborghini Countach, and perhaps the best wedge era design, the Lancia Stratos, designed by Marcello Gandini of Bertone.
Runs great - drive this car anywhere and be prepared for a lot of reactions. People have seldom seen this car on the road and they react as if they are seeing a prototype or super rare exotic.
Price $ 9,900 firm
Call (917) 406-7473
Seattle, Washington US
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