1957 Triumph TR3

Comm. No. - TS15495L

The first sidescreen Triumph roadsters, the TR2, were in production 1953-55.  Triumph made improvements starting in 1955 and renamed it TR3.  Starting 1956,TR3s like this car, received front disk brakes (one of the first for commerical cars) and increased horsepower to 100 bhp. 

Engine: 1,991 cc (121.5 cu in) straight-4

Kerb weight: 955 kg (2,105 lb)

Length: 151 in (3,835 mm)

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