A Triumph TR3a is just one of the star cars in the Charterhouse auction of classic cars on Sunday 12th February.
The Triumph TR3a entered into the Charterhouse auction has been fully restored to a high standard by its owner. It is known as a matching numbers car whereby the car still retains the original engine and gearbox as it was supplied with new over 50 years ago. Since it has been it its current owners hands it has undergone a total restoration and is now finished in Triumph powder blue, is trimmed in blue leather, sits on chrome wire wheels, and the engine has been converted to run on unleaded fuel. Estimates at £15,000-18,000, the owner is selling as he gets more enjoyment out of restoring his cars rather than driving them.
For more details of this auction or to consign a classic or vintage car, please contact Matthew Whitney, Head of Classic & Vintage Cars at Charterhouse, The Long Street Saleroom, Sherborne, Dorset on 01935 812277, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Top Triumph TR3a going under the Charterhouse hammer in February £15,000-18,000
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