Triumph | Spitfire

The Triumph Spitfire, named after the fighter plane fought in World War II, was introduced in 1962 and built until 1980. It is a small English sports cabriolet, designed by Michelotti, with mechanics inherited from its brother Herald. With an independent chassis and body, reinforced by structural elements that increased its rigidity, this convertible has become an icon of the classic design that marked the golden age of the English automotive industry. Rear-wheel drive, with easy and fun driving, without any big sporting intentions, this Triumph was built for pure fun that only a roadster can give us.

This car is a Portuguese delivery from 1966 and has been in our possession for 27 years. It is a Mk2, which added some refinements and better performance compared to the MK1, being the rarest of all versions produced.

It is a matching number and now also matching colors car, interior and exterior, according to the British Motor Industry Heritage Trust certificate of authenticity. The car most significant factory extras are: wire wheels, overdrive, hard top, tonneau cover. For more details see the attached certificate.

The car went thru an “nut & bolt” restoration over the last 3 years, mechanical, bodywork and interiors, having sought to restore its original factory features to the smallest detail, being in best original condition.

Year: 08 / 1966
Motor: 1.147 cm3
Performance: 50 KW / 67 HP
Seats: 2
Acceleration: 15 s
Gear box: Manual 4 gears with Overdrive
Color: New White
Interior: Red
Production number: 37.409
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