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Lot 379
1967 Triumph TR4A IRS
1967 Triumph TR4A IRS
IMG_6353 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6355 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6356 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6357 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6358 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6360 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6361 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6362 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6363 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6364 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6365 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6366 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6367 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6368 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6369 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6370 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6371 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6372 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS IMG_6373 1967 Triumph TR4A IRS

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Lot Number: 379
Result inc Premium: £8,100
  • Chassis number: CTC77487
Although the TR4 was launched in 1961, one of its most significant upgrades didn't come along until 1965, when the car metamorphosed into the TR4A. In response to complaints about the harsh ride, independent rear suspension was adopted, with an 'IRS' badge added to the rear to highlight the modification ‑ for, visually, there were few other differences between the TR4A and its immediate predecessor.

This example was registered in May 1967 as KUT 253E, with wire wheels and a desirable Surrey top. It is a genuine UK right‑hand drive car that has been in the same ownership since 1974, with one previous owner. Restoration is now required, since this Triumph has been off the road since around 1983.

The history folder includes the old V5 from the 1980s, an MoT from 1982 (when the mileage was recorded as 41,198) and a 1973 purchase invoice when the Triumph was bought as a secondhand car from Graham Lilwall Motors in Leigh‑on‑Sea in 1973, for £698 with a 1966 Ford Corsair in part exchange. There's also an old petrol ration book from the 1973/1974 oil crisis.

The mileage recorded by the odometer is 44,038.
Although the TR4 was launched in 1961, one of its most significant upgrades didn't come along until 1965, when the car metamorphosed into the TR4A. In response to complaints about the harsh ride, independent rear suspension was adopted, with an 'IRS' badge added to the rear to highlight the modification - for, visually, there were few other differences between the TR4A and its immediate predecessor. This example was registered in May 1967 as KUT 253E, with wire wheels and a desirable Surrey top. It is a genuine UK right-hand drive car that has been in the same ownership since 1974, with one previous owner. Restoration is now required, since this Triumph has been off the road since around 1983. The history folder includes the old V5 from the 1980s, an MoT from 1982 (when the mileage was recorded as 41,198) and a 1973 purchase invoice when the Triumph was bought as a secondhand car from Graham Lilwall Motors in Leigh-on-Sea in 1973, for £698 with a 1966 Ford Corsair in part exchange. There's also an old petrol ration book from the 1973/1974 oil crisis. The mileage recorded by the odometer is 44,038.
  • V5
  • Chassis number: CTC77487
Result inc Premium: £8,100

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