Collectible Motor Car of Atlanta is pleased to offer this super-rare 1963 Triumph TR3B. The Triumph TR3B is an unofficial name given to the final version of the TR3. It was offered concurrent with the TR4, which started production in 1961. The TR3B was a special short-production run in response to dealer concerns that the buying public might not welcome the TR4. This is a rare and unique opportunity to acquire an original 41,000 mile TR3B. This beautiful example was built July 10, 1962 and left for Standard Triumph Motors of San Francisco California on August 8, 1962 aboard the Pretoria from King George Dock, Kingston Upon Hull, England. It is equipped with Powder Blue finish, black interior with white piping and a black top and tonneau cover. All still original to the car! Additional optional equipment includes an adjustable steering column, windscreen washer, heater, synchromesh gearbox and an 86mm bore engine all still original to the car. It is additionally fitted with a factory hardtop. This TR was a California car until December of 2016 when it was relocated by its new owner, a British car collector, to Vero Beach, FL, and now resides in Georgia. When not in use, the 1963 Triumph TR3B Roadster has been stored in a climate-controlled environment. Over the last several years it has been enjoyed very little all the while being meticulously serviced and maintained. At some point in its life, it was treated to a fresh respray for reasons unknown. It continues to perform and drive just as it was intended from Triumph. The car comes complete with tons of documentation, service records, and rare original literature. The 1963 Triumph TR3B offered here is not for the bargain hunter, but intended as a terrific investment opportunity. Inquire today. Phone: 770-738-7111 Address: 1750 Enterprise Way Suite 109 Marietta GA 30067 Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday - 9-5 Saturday- 9-3 Sunday - Closed
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