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1961 Triumph TR4

Found back in 2009 rusting away in a Kentucky barn, this stunning 1961 Triumph TR4 has been brought back to its former glory with a striking color scheme. The TR4 is one of the quintessential British roadsters of the 60s and became a celebrated rally car. This rare early example of the model now wears a deep coat of black paint, complemented by menacing black wire wheels, and a clean, bumper-less look on the body. Inside, a fresh, custom red leather cabin breaks up the sea of shiny black sheetmetal, which contrasts nicely with the rest of the car. Many of the trim and interior components are originals, with their intact patina lending some warmth and authenticity to the car. The car’s original inline-four has also been rebuilt. Head over to Petrolicious for more details on the beautiful machine. 

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