|Sale by dealer or Private party?||Private Party|
|Mileage (kms)||82,871mi (TMU)|
|Exterior Color||Raw aluminum finish|
|Interior Color||Red leather|
|Seller reported accidents||No|
This is a 1946 Triumph Standard special frame that features a custom exposed aluminum body and is powered by a modified TR2/TR3 engine paired to a 4-speed manual transmission. This Triumph is currently located in Greater Sudbury, Ontario Canada and it is offered here by the private seller. It is registered in Ontario, Canada with normal and active status. It was imported from England to Canada in 2004 and has remained in Ontario since.
For US bidders, this Triumph is directly importable without modification as it is EPA & DOT exempt being greater than 25 years old. For more information on transport/import please visit our Transport/Import page
Footage of the Triumph driving can be seen in the seller provided video below. The exterior of the Triumph features exposed aluminum body panels and a Torpedo like shape. The engine compartment opens on the horizontal driver side through the exposed carburetors. Rear suspension is provided through an exposed leaf-spring system. Aero-disk hubcaps are featured on the driver side wheels.
The seller mentions that the brakes have been overhauled including a set of new brake lines, rear brake shoes and a master cylinder.
The interior features a right-hand drive seating position and red leather finish on the dash and doors. The four spoke steering wheel fronts a collection of vintage gauges. Jaeger gauges keep track of coolant/oil pressure next to a 120mph speedometer and a 6k-rpm tachometer.
A Weston Ohm meter, Cemco Amp meter and a Stromberg motoscope Vacameter complete the dash cluster. Above the dash is a chrome rear-view mirror.
The triumph is powered by a modified TR2/3 engine that has been outfitted with dual carburetors. The mid mounted engine send power to the rear wheels through a four speed manual transmission. The engine has said to have been rebuilt recently with an approxiamte run-time of 15-hours.