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Triumph - TR2 Sport "Long Door" - 1954

Triumph - TR2 Sport "Long Door" - 1954

Description
Triumph - TR2 Sport "Long Door" - 1954
In Italia - Eligible for Mille Miglia - ASI registered with con Certificate of historical relevance and Certificate of historicity

Data
- Valid inspection: yes
- Previous owners: 1
- Engine: 1991 cc

Description
The car is a first series of 1954, the most sought after, "long door model." It is immaculate, in good condition, and free of bumps. both in body and frame.
A conservative restoration has been performed on almost all the car parts, engine, complete transmission (shift+clutch), brakes, hydraulic and electrical systems, bodywork (including chrome), upholstery (seats, carpet, door panels) and exhaust. New tires and soft cover have been also purchased and mounted (complete with sides).
All replaced parts are original, purchased in England at specialized Triumph dealers: Moss Europe and Anglo Parts. The related invoices are available. The engine is the brilliant 1991 cc, capable of delivering 90 HP, which make driving this car extremely enjoyable.

I am the second owner. The works were carried out by the best specialists in my area. A Mechanic, a car Electrician, a Body Shop Mechanic and an Upholsterer have completed the restoration in May 2016. Every component and accessory is fully functional. The car has a license plate, is insured and ASI registered with Certificate of Historical Relevance and Certificate of Historicity.


The vehicle can be viewed and picked up in Avezzano (AQ).

Lot details
Brand
Triumph
Model Type
TR2 SPORT "longdoor"
Year
1954
Located in
Italy
Body style
Cabriolet / convertible
Mileage reading
1000 mi
Registration papers
with Italian registration
Certificate available
Yes
Transmission
Manual
Fuel
Petrol
Colour
Red
Condition (Overall)
Overall in good, restored condition
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