Vintage British roadsters are among the most visceral cars you can get behind the wheel of, if you want to find out these cars are so exhilarating to drive, Frazier Motorcar Company has just what you need. The 1959 Triumph TR3 you see here is a perfect example of why British cars are so loved with its iconic styling, small size and open-top driving experience.
Referred to as the TR3A, this Triumph is instantly recognizable with its wide grille opening, which provides a face-like front end when combined with the puffy-cheeked front fenders and the bug-eye headlights. The low door openings make the rear fenders more pronounced, and the squared-off rear end with finned taillights finishes off the unique appearance. This particular 1959 Triumph TR3 is an older restoration, but it still shows well with a solid body, clean gaps and excellent chrome and trim work. The tonneau cover and soft top are brand new.
The interior looks just as good as the rest of the car with low-back bucket seats trimmed in red leather with white piping. All of the chrome and glass work are in great shape as are the carpeting and gauges. It's hard to find any flaws in this car even when checking in the engine compartment, trunk and undercarriage.
Speaking of the engine, this car is powered by a 100-horsepower 2.0-liter four-cylinder that delivered the right amount of power for this 2,000-pound roadster. This engine is matched with a four-speed manual transmission that puts the exclamation point on this car's driving enjoyment.
Frazier Motorcar Company has this beautiful and fun-to-drive 1959 Triumph TR3 listed for just $26,500. Contact them today if you want more information on this iconic British roadster or any classic and collectible cars they currently have in their inventory.
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