Tuesday tempter: Triumph Dolomite Sprint project car

By: Guy Allen, Unique Cars magazine

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If you’re handy on the tools, this could be a cheap club day toy

Tuesday tempter: Triumph Dolomite Sprint project car
Triumph Dolomite Sprint project car

It's not often you'll see a 1976 Triumph Dolomite Sprint on offer, least of all at a couple of grand.

The owner freely admits it's in bits and they have neither the skills or time to finish it off, so it's been in storage a while.

The Dolomite Sprint was the performance flagship of the Dolomite range, intended to take on the likes of BMW's 2002 series.

It's main claim to fame was the 16-valve head for the 2-litre straight four powerplant.

The car had a pretty decent reputation as a good-handling bit of kit that was fun to drive.

So, if you had the workshop skills, this one could be a bit tempting.

Let us know if you buy it, as we'd love to follow the progress of the resto! Contact us at uniquecars@bauertrader.com.au

See it here at Trade Unique cars.

 

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