Our very special 1957 Triumph TR3 with the world famous Mille Miglia eligibility has now been won by Karl Reilly with ticket number 4174.
Our biggest ever competition, Bridge Classic Cars gave you the chance to win our truly exceptional 1957 Triumph TR3.
Having serviced and maintained the TR3 for some time here at Bridge Classic Cars, we have first hand experience of this truly special example of one of the finest and most iconic British sportscars.
Restored in 2017 to exceptionally high standards by Triumph TR3 Specialists ‘TR Trader’ at a cost of over £42,000, the car is a greatly sought after and a rare find in right hand drive. Over 90% of TR3’s were left hand drive, predominantly made for the US market.
To add to the already incredible back story of the car, being a 1957 Triumph TR3, it also qualifies for the world famous Mille Miglia which having that credibility, hugely increases the value of this special car.
Finished in British Racing Green with Biscuit trim and Biscuit piping the car has undergone a serious transformation in it’s lifetime and is a credit to it’s former keepers.
British Racing Green
Full Biscuit leather re-trim, Biscuit piping and wool carpet
4 speed synchromesh gearbox with overdrive on 3rd and 4th gear
Equipped with all weather protection including tonneau cover, stowage cover, hood cover, side screens and all vinyl roof
Standard lead free engine fully rebuilt in 2017 with H4 Carburettors, balanced crank/rods/pistons
Original steering wheel refurbished in 2017
Replacement switch gear and dials
High output heater
Modern starter motor and ignition
Girling rear axle
Uprated water pump
Replacement wiring loom throughout
With only 1,137 miles on the clock since its complete restoration in 2017
Recent MOT and full workshop inspection
Tickets were limited to a maximum of 4955.
There are 1137 miles on the clock of our TR3 since it’s restoration in 2017.
Congratulations to Karl Reilly, winner with ticket number 4174.
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