Up for sale is my 1966 Triumph TR4A with an Over Drive transmission (which functions flawlessly), a rare solid axle, and dealer installed Surrey top and dealer installed luggage rack. This extraordinary care is a fantastic example of a survivor. My father purchased it 30 years ago after the prior owner drove it into his garage, pulled the motor and dissembled it.
Keeping to the goal of the restoration, I decided to go back to the original blue leather interior with white piping and white headliner. After removing the old wood dash, I went through all of the original gauges to clean and verify functionality. As this time, I also verified the heater motor and wiper motor functioned as well.
The cam was replaced with a mild street cam and the rear oil seal was upgraded to a much more modern version. Coupling the new cam with the 40ish year old Abarth exhaust gives this TR4A a pretty throaty sound. The build also included new rings, bearings, oil pump, water pump, distributor, all new bolts, and a spin on oil adapter.
The fan was also removed and a water temperature controlled electric fan was installed. There are still a few items that need attention. First is the heater blower motor.