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1978 Spitfire 15009950
Alan McEachran   Georgetown   416 433 0785   78orangespit@gmail.com
Frame-off restoration of an original brown spitfire 1500. Car is in excellent running condition and ready to drive. Weber 2 bbl downdraft carb with K&N filter. GM alternator to replace the Lucas Prince of Darkness original. Lumonix electronic ignition, Minilite wheels with Pirelli Rainforce rubber. Interior in very good condition in black with orange piping on arm rest and black carpets. Triumph sill plates and black floor mats complement the interior. Original Leyland steering wheel and aftermarket Pioneer stereo system. Comes with car alarm installed. Soft top is in excellent condition and a black tonneau cover comes with the car.
1975 Triumph TR 7 Coupe$8,500
Doug Cane   London   5194327537   doug.cane@sympatico.ca
I am the original owner and the car is in near original condition. This car was built in March 1975, one of the first two thousand TR7s built (ACL 1762U). The car was purchased in May 1975.The engine was rebuilt in 1991.The seats were re-built and re-covered in 2003.The car was re-painted (original colour Pimento) in 2009. Car is in excellent condition throughout.
1949 Triumph Roadster 2000 w Rare LHS$10000
Mark   Kincardine     Borealfire@gmail.com
Restoration Project! Very rare model. Engine was fired just last year. Everything should be complete but needs to be restored. Please email for inquiries. Specifications Engine: OHV, cast-iron block and head four-cylinder, 1,776cc/2,088cc Horsepower: 63/68 @ 4,500/4,200 RPM Torque: 93 lbs ft @ 2,000 RPM/107 lbs ft @ 4,000 RPM Fuel system: Single Solex downdraft carburetor Transmission: Four-speed manual/three-speed manual 0-50 MPH: 16 seconds Top speed: 82 MPH/85 MPH Length: 168.5 inches Width: 64 inches Height: (top up) 56 inches Wheelbase: 100 inches Curb weight: 2,541 pounds Production 1800 Roadster: 2,501 2000 Roadster: 2,000 Total: 4,501
1974 tr69500
pat   hamilton   289 880 9287   leicesterguy@rogers.com
This beautiful blue 1974 TR6 is exceptionally clean and well maintained. Sheet metal is straight, no rust,, Paint is ok; the same for the seats, carpeting, roof ,glass all in great shape. Chrome is in show condition All gauges, speedometer, and tachometer function accurately. All lights and turn signals function properly. Spark plugs, ignition wires, distributor cap, and general tune-up components were replaced, Engine maintains excellent oil pressure; transmission shifts very smooth and precise; good braking; and good cooling system. Could be driven home. May need carbs adjusting and use a paint job to make it into a show car, originally magenta but now blue. Was painted 1984. Stored every winter. Doctors said I can

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