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Triumph TR3 Works







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Couleur Extérieur

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4 Cylindres


100kW / 136CH










Triumph TR3 Works

The 1957 Triumph TR3 Works refers to a special version of the Triumph TR3, a British sports car produced by the Triumph Motor Company between 1955 and 1962. The "Works" designation indicates that these particular TR3 models were prepared and modified by the factory for racing purposes.

The Triumph TR3 Works models were primarily intended for competitive motorsport events such as rallying, hill climbs, and road racing. They were built to be faster, lighter, and more capable than the standard production TR3 models.

The Triumph Works racing department equipped these cars with performance enhancements tailored for competition. This could include engine modifications for increased power output, improved suspension systems for better handling and stability, and lightweight components to reduce overall weight.

The standard Triumph TR3 was powered by a 2.0-liter inline-four engine. In the Works models, this engine could receive upgrades such as high-performance camshafts, modified cylinder heads, and other enhancements to boost horsepower and torque for racing applications.

Triumph TR3 Works models achieved notable success in various motorsport events during the late 1950s and early 1960s. They competed against other sports cars of the era, often proving to be formidable contenders on the track or rally stage.

The TR3 Works models were produced in limited numbers, as they were purpose-built for racing and not intended for mass production or general sale to the public. Consequently, surviving examples today are rare and highly sought after by collectors and vintage racing enthusiasts.

This example is a 1 to 1 rebuilt of a Triumph TR3 Works. It has been restored with a lot of detail and knowledge. A documentation of the work, that has been done to build this car is available as well.

The Triumph TR3 Works holds a special place in automotive history as a symbol of Triumph's commitment to motorsport and performance. Their success on the track contributed to the brand's reputation for building competitive sports cars.

In summary, the 1957 Triumph TR3 Works represents a specially prepared racing version of the Triumph TR3, featuring performance enhancements and modifications tailored for competitive motorsport events. Its racing pedigree, limited production numbers, and historic significance make it a highly desirable and collectible classic car today.

The indicated mileage has been taken from the odometer.
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