The 1973 Triumph Dolomite Sprint Sedan is an iconic classic car, beloved for its good looks and performance. With its sleek, wedge-shaped design and bright accents, this vehicle had all the hallmarks of a luxurious and majorly stylish automobile. The rear of the car was adorned with four healthy taillights that curved inward, and behind the angled Nosecone-style grille, the four-cylinder engine revved up to an impressive 140 horsepower. The engine was an all-aluminum, 1,998 cc, 16-valve, power unit capable of producing maximum torque of around 154 lb-ft. This power unit was then mated to a four-speed manual transmission which provided a smooth and energetic ride. Inside, the 1973 Triumph Dolomite Sprint featured a plush interior and vast amounts of refinement. The mainstay of materials were leather, soft-pile carpets, and walnut-faced dash trim, while the ventilation was improved by way of twin flabed air vents and a cigar lighter. Creature comforts included a padded steering wheel, electric windows, and a heated rear window. Progressive Disc brakes further improved the overall ride quality and provided for better handling and stopping power. The exterior of the car is covered in a paint scheme that was varied, including the traditional Clack, White, Light Silver Metallic and Azure Blue. The 1973 Triumph Dolomite Sprint Sedan is a classic car without a doubt and one of the most stylish and iconic British-built cars of its era.
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