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Triumph TR3 and TR3A
Launched in 1955, the Triumph TR3 was very much a facelift of the TR2, the engine being uprated to 95bhp and later to 100bhp, and there was optional overdrive for the gearbox. There was also an optional steel hardtop. Few changes were made to the styling, apart from a new front grille. Mulliners of Bordesley Green continued to build the TR3 bodies, although in 1958 they were taken over by Standard-Triumph. The TR3 was the first production car to be fitted with disc brakes. After 13,300 were built, a new TR3A was launched in autum 1957 with a wider grille. There were several other minor updates, and the TR3A continued in production until 1962 with 58,000 being sold. There was a TR3B model made mainly for the American market, and sold in parallel to the TR4 during 1962. One model of the TR3B had the 2,138cc TR4 engine. Only around 3,300 TR3B were sold.
aa_Triumph TR3A Rally badge
Triumph TR3A Rally - bonnet badge
ab_Triumph TR3 Rally grille
Triumph TR3 Rally - grille
ac_Triumph TR3 Rally head ac_Triumph TR3A head
Triumph TR3A. The TR3A had a more powerful version of the 1991c engine, kept under the 2-litre limit for competition purposes until the 2,134cc TR3B in 1962.
l_Triumph TR3 Rally headlamp
Triumph TR3 Rally - headlamp
l_Triumph TR3 Rally lamp
Triumph TR3 Rally - headlamp
l_Triumph TR3A Rally lamp
Triumph TR3A Rally - headlamp
s_Triumph TR3 Rally side
Triumph TR3 Rally. 13,377 TR3 cars were sold the last 9000 having front disc brakes
Triumph TR3 Rally front
Triumph TR3 Rally. The Triumph TR3 was developed from the Triumph TR2 and produced from 1955 until the TR3A replaced it in 1957. It used a 1991cc 4cylunder engine from the Standard Vanguard.
Triumph TR3A 1958
Triumph TR3A front
Triumph TR3A. The TR3A gained a full width grille and modest updates
Triumph TR3A hardtop
Triumph TR3A Hardtop. A factory-fitted steel hardtop had been made available to the late model TR2 cars and was continued on the TR3.
Triumph TR3A Rally front
Triumph TR3A Rally. 58,236. TR3A cars were sold even though it wasn't a big change from the TR3. External doors handles and full width grille were the main changes.
Triumph TR3A rear
Triumph TR3A
Triumph TR3A tail
Triumph TR3A
w_Triumph TR3 Rally wheel
Triumph TR3 Rally - wheel
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Triumph TR2
Triumph TR4 and TR4A IRS
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