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Great classic British roadster upmarket from the well-known MG B. This little 4 cylinder 2.2l offers more power and sportive looks. Wire wheels, overdrive, British racing green and a black interior with a white rim. Slightly aged top restoration but very presentable and ready to use without any preparation. Cared for over the last years and now looking for a new loving owner. The Triumph TR4 was introduced in 1961 and succeeded the TR2 and TR3. It was based on the chassis and drivetrain of the previous TR sports cars, but with a modern Michelotti styled body. 40,253 cars were built during production years. The TR4 proved very successful and continued the rugged, "hairy-chested" image that the previous TRs had enjoyed. The new TR4 body style did away with the classical cutaway door design of the previous TRs to allow for wind-down (roll-up) windows (in place of less convenient side-curtains), and the angular rear allowed a boot (trunk) with considerable capacity for a sports car. In 1965, the TR4A with IRS (Independent Rear Suspension) superseded the TR4. Apart from the rear suspension, which used trailing arms and a differential bolted to the redesigned chassis frame and a number of small styling changes and refinements, the two models appear nearly identical. Specifications Bodywork Length: cm (in): 394 (155.1) Width: cm (in): 147 (58) Height: cm (in): 127 (50) Wheelbase: cm (in): 224 (88) Weight: kg (lb): 965 (2130) Mechanics Displacement: straight-four 2138 cc (130 ci), front-mounted Valve gear: 8 Fuel system: 1 Stromberg carburettor Gearbox: 4-speed manual + overdrive Driven wheels: rear-wheel drive Maximum power: 104 bhp at 4700 rpm Maximum torque: 147 Nm at 3000 rpm Maximum speed: 175 km/h (109 mph)
1965 Triumph TR4
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With a cool/rare color combo, four-on-the-floor, and a great original style – right down to the V8 – this 1964 Chevrolet Corvette coupe has all the right kinds of distinction. This is an actual miles couple, and it has only averaged around 980 miles in the last 55 years! So you know only something special can go all those years without pulling daily driver commuter duty. You can see that in the body, including where the hood lines up nicely and doors shut smoothly. And we know you're checking out the color. Daytona Blue was only offered for two years, so it's great to see that any resprays have not strayed from the original dark hue. In fact, this retains all the right pieces you love, like the shining rally wheels, ribbed rocker panels, and mirror-like two piece bumpers front & rear. So this is certainly an icon of distinction. The factory-correct dark blue interior completes a total package that looks like the sky right after a late summer sunset. And these darker blues really do give this classic a nice modern flair compared to some other colors offered in '64. More than just have a nice look of originality, you can also tell this coupe was built to be a true driver's machine. That's why you get bucket seats, a wood-rimmed sports steering wheel, and clear view of the full gauges. You just know that bright shifter is calling out for your right hand. Lift the hood, and you'll find a beautifully honest 327 cubic-inch V8. This is the numbers-matching unit of the Sting Ray's upgraded L76 motor. Topped with a correct Holley List 2818-1 four-barrel carburetor, this was built for higher compression and higher lift camshaft. It was rated from the factory at 365 horsepower, and only the expensive fuel-injected model was rated more powerful. On the road, this motor has the right amount of snarl through the newer dual exhaust pipes, and the control of the four-speed transmission really lets you experience this to the fullest. Plus, the recent investment in new bushings gives this a more connected feeling to the road that's heightened by the fully independent sports suspension. This is the strong-running Sting Ray with all the right distinctive features. And so at a price like this, you're looking at a very attractive deal. Call now!
1964 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe L76
The original A110 is a legendary machine that redefined lightweight sports cars, and won the first ever WRC title in 1973. Does the new car deserve this storied name?
Does the new Alpine A110 live up to its legendary past?
A year on from F1, Indy and NASCAR racing legend Dan Gurney passing away, we reflect on his career as driver, team boss and all-round nice guy
LAT Archive: The life of Dan Gurney
There was plenty of classic racers on offer at Silverstone Auctions' first ever Autosport International sale. We've picked out five of the best to cross the block
Top five historic racers sold at Autosport International 2019
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