For Sale TR2-4 Performance parts, as seen on Triumph Experience
Recently completed an engine rebuild and didn't use these parts. Too late for me to return to Moss, so my loss is your gain!
Below is the list of parts along with their Moss part number and price.
VALVE SPRING SET (with double exhaust valve springs) $69.99 831-010 / CVS9774K set of 8
COLLAR, valve spring, light weight alloy, double exhaust springs $86.31 821-310 set of 8
Valve Seat, Intake, Oversize, 1-7/16" Valve $19.96 C12507/OVS set of 4
Premium Valve Cotter by Good Parts $79.92 831-531 set of 16
Total new from Moss is $256.18, and some of these are on backorder.
Yours for $150 OBO + shipping (US only). Must buy all- I don't want to sell individually.
Contact me if interested. Thanks!
Gavin Rhodes at 718-909-0227 firstname.lastname@example.org
1960 TR3, $25,000
As listed on the Craigs List ad, https://sandiego.craigslist.org/nsd/cto/d/bonsall-1960-triumph-tr3/7600715239.html
1960 Triumph TR3A, TS65070L with overdrive added. The TR3 was the first production vehicle with front disk brakes.
I'm moving overseas in a couple months, so need to find a good home for this TR3A. I bought it on Bring-A-Trailer https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1960-triumph-tr3a-27/ about 18 months ago. The previous owner documented his restoration in the Moss Motors magazine 2017 Issue 1 https://mossmotoring.com/a-body-reborn/.
Since acquiring the car, I replaced the push fan with a high quality Revotec Electronic Cooling Fan. The glove box lock was changed so that all locks are keyed alike. I relocated the headlight relays to a more discrete location under the dash.
The TR3 starts every time, and runs well once fully warmed up. Includes a set of wire wheels and boxes and boxes of spare parts, documentation, etc.
$25000 OBO in Fallbrook, CA. Dan, 858-997-nine three one nine
do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers