Triumph MkIII of 1970 in perfect condition.
The vehicle was released in Spain and registered for the first time in the city of Madrid with license plate M-816164. It has been in the hands of its current owner since 2010, when it was acquired in the city of A Coruña from its second owner, with the intention of undertaking its complete and perfect restoration. This was completed in mid-2015, after being registered as a historic vehicle in Spain.
This unit has received a very careful and comprehensive professional restoration, at the hands of some of the best specialists. The impeccable work done on the bodywork can be highlighted, lacking corrosion or structural rust of any kind.
All sections of the bodywork and frame have been stripped of paint and worked from scratch, without the use of treatments that hide undesirable defects.
In the mechanical section, the engine and gearbox have been totally rebuilt and left as they were when they left the factory. Under the hood, all its elements are new and purchased from original spare parts, or alternatively they have been restored, reestablishing their perfect functionality.
The interior of the vehicle presents an unbeatable appearance and level of manufacture, highlighting the use of leather in a beautiful blue tone, somewhat darker than that of the bodywork, accompanied by white trim that is extremely pleasant to the eye and to the touch, respecting the source pattern. The seats match the set of carpets, contrasting the black leather and wood dashboard, which we also find on the steering wheel and the gear lever knob.
Finally, it is worth mentioning that the restoration process is accompanied by a large number of invoices that can be delivered together with the vehicle after its acquisition, the total amount of which exceeds 30,000 euros.
It is for all this that we find ourselves before one of the best units available in the entire market and an opportunity to acquire a vehicle in a state of competition, without any defect and authentically restored, which brings us closer and takes us back to 1970 itself, the year in which that the car was driven for the first time.