Triumph Sports 1954-81 - 2018 Market Review

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Triumph Sports 1954-81

Triumph Sports 1954-81 - 2018 Market Review
Triumph TR7 convertible

Slotting in between the MGA and big Healeys, TR Triumphs were genuine sports cars that could make the owner look good cruising on a Saturday night or at the race circuit on Sunday.

TR2/3 values have been surging although rarely reaching the $80,000 sometimes sought. Other pre-TR7 models are also gaining and $40,000+ is reasonable for an excellent TR4 or TR6.

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US market cars without fuel injection cost 30 percent less. The rare TR5 [only 2947 were built] is seldom seen here and prices are $60,000 or more.

Spitfire buyers will get a very good car for $18,000 but TR7 buyers will struggle with only $8500 in hand.

TR8s are personal imports, usually ex-USA and $20-25,000 is fair.

Spitfire $18,500 [6]

TR2/3/3A $56,935 [4]

TR4/4A $39,030 [9]

TR6 PI $39,090 [6]

TR7 $8475 [12]

TR8 $22,700 [2]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2018 Euro & Brit Car Value Guide.


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