All vehicle trades considered, including classics and performance. There are lots of british roadsters out there, but few are as beautiful or as nice as this award winning 1959 Triumph TR3A. This car went through an extensive frame-off restoration by its last owner who was also a vtr judge. Completed in 2000, the resulting car draws a crowd wherever it goes. This project began with a disassembled car. It was complete and had very little rust, but required a lot of work nonetheless. The frame was media blasted and covered in por-15. The body was stripped down and minor repairs were performed as needed. The car was professionally repainted its original color of pale yellow (only available in 1959 as one of eight pastel offerings that year). The entire bottom of the car was also covered in por-15 followed by undercoating. The 2.0l engine, 4-speed transmission with electric overdrive, and rear end were all professionally rebuilt. Everything is believed original to the car except the cylinder head. The original brakes with discs in front were also rebuilt and use silicone fluid. The suspension was redone and includes original armstrong shocks. The car was completely rewired and now runs on 12v with an alternator and electronic ignition (this could be restored to stock for around $1k). There is also a hidden cutout switch for security. The car rides on original steel wheels (safer and more reliable than wire wheels) with goodyear bias ply tires sporting 2-1/2" whitewalls. The dove grey interior is also an original color and is in magnificent shape. So are the top, boot, and tonneau cover. All gauges and features work properly. Everything maintains an original appearance with the exception of seat belts. There are many other new parts throughout. Note too the front bumper badges which include a very rare auto association piece from 1923 (verified by the beaulieu museum) and a tsoa emblem. This Triumph was put back together to a high standard. The resulting car has won several awards, including first in class at mid-ohio (2002) and mosport vintage festival (2003) along with a first place at the british car field day in wisconsin (2003). The car was also built to be driven and is completely roadworthy. This is one of the nicest tr3 cars on the market. Everything has been properly done. It looks gorgeous and can be readily driven, and has several rare features as well. It also has a valid title with matching vin (ending in lo) and can be shipped worldwide. All the new owner must do is enjoy all this classic Triumph has to offer.