The Triumph TR3A roadster from 1969 is a classic masterpiece of British engineering. The familiar sprightly two-seater makes a statement both on the road and in the collectors garage. Sleek and stylish, the Triumph TR3A sports a rounded body with a long hood and a short deck. The front grille is adorned with a large chrome TR3A badge, flanked by round headlamps. At the rear, square taillights grace the end of the tapered deck and offers a great contrast to the crisp lines of the hood. Powered by an in-line OHV four cylinder engine, the TR3A is equipped with a four-speed manual transmission, helping it to achieve a top speed of up to 100 mph. The interior of the car offers a classic feel, with the classic chrome-rimmed steering wheel and the rich, velour seats. The interior is a combination of classic styling with modern features, such as having a full dashboard and radio. The car takes pride in its craftsmanship with its timeless good looks and sporty performance. The Triumph TR3A roadster from 1969 is an iconic piece of automotive history which still turns heads and is a joy to drive.
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