46K ACT MILES, BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED, SHOW QUALITY, 2138 CC W/DUAL STROMBERGS, A+

1964 Triumph TR4

Condition: Used
Make: Triumph
Model: TR4
Type: Convertible
Doors: 2
Year: 1964
Mileage: 46,864
VIN: CT30695L
Color: Blue
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Blue
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only
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Description for Triumph TR4 1964

With this 1964 Triumph TR4, the hardest decision will be what to do on Sunday. Because this one has been restored to look great and drive even better. So it's just as fun to show off as it is to take a road trip.
The respray in Wedgewood Blue is a fantastic color with a terrific application. It was finished off with such high gloss that you might have to touch it just confirm the car isn't wet. And so it has a the perfect look for a sunshine-friendly droptop. Having this level of quality really brings out the TR4's design cues. The low-swept hood (bonnet) is molded around the headlight for instant sporty appeal. The investment in the sheetmetal is seen by how the full-length crease looks like an unbroken line. Plus, Triumph wanted to appeal to the American market with a hint of tailfin. And the brightwork is terrific on everything from the bumpers to that trim line that runs the full profile of this sports car. Having true knock-off wire wheels perfectly completes this vintage driving package. Plus, the TR4 was built to be a true all-weather machine thanks to the roll up windows and well-built folding roof. And we love how the newer bright white top looks against the blue paint.
As much as we like how this looks with the top up, it looks even better with the roof down. That's because a darker shade of blue against the lighter exterior blue is a true British tradition. And you can tell by the freshness of the materials on the doors and bucket seats that there were all the right investments during restoration. Even the white piping nicely coordinates with the convertible boot cover. Sitting down behind the thin and grippy Triumph steering wheel is like a time warp. The real wood dash feels amazing, and it's full of proper Jaeger gauges. Even the original British Leyland radio is still on display! It's the perfect atmosphere to let the wind whip through the interior while you help fill it with the wonderful soundtrack from the motor.
There was plenty left in the restoration budget for under the hood, too. The period-correct 2138cc motor looks car show ready with the blue engine bay, bright valve cover, and correct dual Stromberg carbs boldly protruding from the side of the engine. And don't forget to take a look at the undercarriage photos, too. The presentation here instantly lets you know that there were big investments in places that few people see, but matter a lot to the driving experience. That's why you can take this classic British roadster out on the road with confidence. The exhaust note is hypnotic as you discover the fun and control that the four-speed manual gearbox provides. Plus, this car has a secret that will be revealed on your favorite long way home. While these sprightly roadsters have built a reputation for providing one of the best driving experiences around, this one is enhanced even further by the surefootedness of modern Goodyear Eagle tires to go with the front disc brakes.
Averaging less than 900 miles annually and a thorough restoration means this is the cream of the crop. So don't let this award-worthy classic get away. Call today!!!