1963 Triumph Spitfire Mark 1 customized/restored

Price: US $7,750.00 Item location: McGregor, Texas, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Triumph
  • Model: Spitfire
  • SubModel: Convertable
  • Trim: Convertable
  • Year: 1963
  • Mileage: 67,951
  • VIN: FC5XXXL
  • Color: Yellow
  • Engine size: 4 cyl
  • Fuel: Needs lead supplement premium grade gas
  • Drive type: 4 Speed maual
  • Interior color: Black
  • Options: CD Player, Convertible
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1963 Triumph Spitfire Convertable

Mileage is 67K however, the engine was completely rebuilt and has less than 3K miles

Has the high-compression engine with dual side-draft carbs

Converted to 12 Volt Positive Ground

Valves professionally tuned June 2016, Carbs professionally tuned March 2016

The following items are new in 2016:

New tires, rebuilt calipers, new rotors and pads, distributor, generator, voltage regulator, coil, plugs, wires, most hoses, all fluids, oil filter, belt

The car was completely redone 2001 – 2002

All body work, interior panels, carpeting, interior molding, struts and shocks, custom wheels, exhaust checked and customized for a better sound. Rear wiring harness replaced. Some scratches and missing paint on some panel edges. Frame scrapped, sanded and repainted. Floor panels in good (not new) condition. If you know what a “20 footer” is, the car is more in the 6-9 foot range.

New windshield and side glass is above average for 50+ years (no pitting or gouges)

Notes:

All lights, and gauges work and is able to pass the Texas Vehicle Inspection.

There is no top or tonneau cover, I customized to a fair-weather ride. The outside door handles have been shaved. Sony CD player with 2 speakers in the panel behind the riders (stereo). No spare tire, but the mounting is there. Included is the original shop manual. Uses premium grade gad with lead supplement. Has a clean title.

History:

Been in the family since the early 70’s. Selling as no one in the family wants it and I don’t drive it enough to justify keeping it. I have done all of the upkeep/restoration except for the tuning of the valves and carbs. I have driven less than 900 miles since 2002.