• Great Restoration Project
  • Great Parts Car
  • Straight Body Panels


Offered for your consideration is a 1959 Triumph TR3. This car is a great project for someone to restore or a treasure trove of very good body and mechanical parts. The car comes with the parts shown in the photos, what you see is what you get. The floorboards seem to be solid as do most body parts. Chassis appears to be straight and solid, the car rolls freely, just needs a transmission. This TR3 has an Oregon salvaged title that it will carry with it. VIN # TS58095L.

Paint & Body

As stated, body panels appear reasonably straight and in decent shape. There is some rust, but not bad enough to hinder a restoration.


Floorpans show minor surface rust but are solid and undamaged.


Here are the parts that the car comes with. If its not in the pictures, we don’t have it. What you see is what you get.

Engine & Engine Compartment

Engine Code # T30386E


Once again, this is a non running or driving restoration project or parts car that is missing the transmission and various other bits. What you see is what you get but this is a nice solid starting point with high potential in the right hands.


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