1964 Triumph TR4
Ideal for Vintage Tours, Rallies & Shows Around the Globe
1964 Triumph TR4 Special
Chassis No. CT/32818-L
Engine No. CT/33171-E
Body No. 32096-CT
A Sebring Inspired “Time-Trials” Presentation - Ideal for Tours, Rallies & Shows Around the World
Beautifully Restored and Presented in its Original Factory Colors
Complete Numbers-Matching per British Motor Industry Heritage Trust
Recent Major Service Completed; Ready to Use and Enjoy!
Fully Accessorized Accompanied by All Weather Gear & Emergency Equipment
Authentic “Sebring” Vented Fenders Plus Many More Driving Accessories!
One of the Finest and Most Attractive TR4's we have ever Offered!
Produced between August 1961 and January 1965, the TR4 signaled the end of one era and the beginning of a new one for Triumph. The TR4 retained the sound basic chassis design of the outgoing TR3A, combined with completely modern and aggressive bodywork designed by Italy's Giovanni Michelotti. Driving dynamics improved as well, with precise rack-and-pinion steering and a synchromesh first gear. The TR4 had a number of racing successes in America; primarily through the efforts of the Californian engineer Kas Kastner - including consecutive class wins at Sebring. Meanwhile in Europe and the UK during early to mid-sixties, the TR4 became a celebrated rally car. The model is still competitively campaigned today by privateers in vintage racing events throughout the globe.
According to the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust, CT/32818-L was produced as a left-hand drive, North American export example, completed May 6, 1964 and dispatched on the 11th. Finished in New White over Matador Red Leather and a Black top, fitted equipment included: heater, Goodyear whitewall tires, black tonneau cover, sunvisor, wood veneered facia and windscreen washers. The Triumph was then shipped from Tilbury Docks, Essex aboard the vessel Kury Lochus, to its destination dealer Genser & Forman Inc. of New York.
Offered here is a thoroughly striking example of the versatility these fantastic TR4's offer. Anglo-Italian design, meets functional and comfortable period competitive driving. This particular Triumph displays a beautifully maintained and authentic restoration with the addition of period rally attire, for the ideal entry into vintage automotive rally events and tours worldwide. CT/32818-L remains numbers-matching with original engine, body and livery. The car is exceptionally solid and honest throughout with excellent drivability, strong mechanicals and engine compression. A 2017 comprehensive inspection and tune-up was performed on the TR4 to assure continued instant enjoyment. Aside from the pleasant cosmetics and healthy powerplant, the car is equipped with a host of tastefully applied and really neat equipment for vintage touring, this includes a triad mixed-beam Lucas driving lamps up front for country driving, authentic “Sebring” vented fenders to aid in cooling, factory trunk-mounted luggage rack with canvas luggage and leather straps, rear-mounted Lucas spot lamp, period British plates and new authentic Blockley “dog bone” tires. The cabin appears largely stock in configuration with leather seating and optional Triumph radio – additionally, it features quick release period competition lab belts, Hanhart stop watches and adjustable map lamp. The luggage compartment contains a matching spare tire assembly, along with a Thor hammer, jack and emergency accessories in roll. All weather equipment accompanies the Triumph: full-cab tonneau cover, vinyl convertible top and bows, along with the original Owner's Handbook and British Motor Industry Heritage Trust Certificate. A fantastic example for immediate and rewarding use - now available for inspection, delivery and worldwide purchase.
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