Older Austin Mini Cooper with new BMW Mini reflected in water below car.Read More
Painting depicts a 1970′s era Triumph Spitfire Mark 4.
Elsewhere on my site you will find other Triumph Models including Mark 2 and 3 Spitfire, GT-6, TR-6, TR-3 TR-4 TR-4a and TR-250Read More
One of the first cars I bought was a 1965 TR-4, red, of course with wire wheels. It was a fun car to drive on a nice summer day.
In comparison to the previous TR-3, the new TR4 body style did away with the cutaway door design with side curtains to allow for real roll-up windows, and the angular rear allowed a boot (trunk) with considerable capacity for a sports car.
Advanced features included the first use of adjustable Fascia ventilation The pushrod 4 cylinder engine based on the early design of the Ferguson tractor engine, was continued from the earlier TR2/3 models. Other key improvements over the TR3 included a wider track front and rear, slightly larger standard engine displacement.
Elsewhere on my site you will find other Triumph Models including a TR-3, TR-4a, TR-250 and TR-6.Read More
Triumph Spitfire Mark 3 The Triumph Spitfire was Triumph bargain priced sportscar designed to compete with MG’s Midget and Austin Healey’s Sprite model.
Elsewhere on my site you will find other Triumph Models including Mark 2 and 3 Spitfire, GT-6, TR-6, TR-3, TR-4, TR-4a and TR-250