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1967 TRIUMPH TR5 - £Auction

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Chassis number CP4 which was the fourth car built on approximatley 29th August 1967. Original press car for Standard Triumph - UK RHD, matching numbers home market, original registration number, BMIHT certificate present- Mot January 7th 2020 with no advisories - Only two owners for last 25 yearsTR5s have been increasingly sought-after for some years, and this matching numbers home market car has the added cachet of having being been an official Standard Triumph press car - a fact authenticated by TR specialist Bill Piggot. Equipped with overdrive gearbox and wire wheels from new, it has been treated to a considerable level of maintenance in recent times, including the fitting of new: front brake discs and pads, rear shoes and cylinders, master cylinder and brake pipes; suspension rubbers; track rod ends; top and bottom swivel joints; water pump; fuel injection pump, injectors and pipes; pressure recirculating valve; alloy fuel tank; oil filter; plugs, points and condenser; and brake fluid. 'LHP 291F' is now offered complete with: its original registration number, BMIHT certificate, green log book, 1970s fuel ration book, press pictures, invoices, workshop manual, spare parts catalogue, and old MOTs, plus an advisory-free one valid to January 7, 2020.Built for just 13 months, 1967-1968, the TR5 arguably featured the best combination of looks, suspension and engine of all the Michelotti-penned Triumph Roadsters. Optional extras included overdrive, wire wheels and a Surrey Top with detachable roof panel. Visually identical to the TR4, the TR5 hid its key differences under the skin, the most significant of which was the engine - the first British production sports car unit to feature petrol injection. The 2498cc Lucas-fed straight-six developed a healthy 150bhp, allowing Motor magazine to record 8.3 seconds for the 0-60mph dash and a 117mph top speed. This powerplant was carried forward to the TR6, with the TR4/5 passenger cell being cleverly 'topped and tailed' by Karmann to create a sufficiently new looking model, but it's the TR5 that aficionados define as the most collectible of the series. Only 1,161 were built for the home market, against almost 8,500 carburettor-fuelled TR250s created for the American one.

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  • Transmission 69197354786223e29b85070a0695cc247a4c2b215c743673c2d02e864b4cd687 Manual
  • Steering ca68a9643bbb915d30839040f432af59e679db8cf98e23a4378cbef2ed805059 RHD
  • RefCode: TA1148572

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