Lot 222 - 1976 Triumph Stag
|Odometer reading||42,853 miles|
|Estimate||£10,000 - £12,000|
|Result||Sold - £14,150|
- Complete with hardtop and new soft top
- Recent engine rebuild with approximately 10,000 new miles recorded
- Fully functioning overdrive gearbox
This car can be viewed in person from 14th to 18th July 2020 at our the auction site, Windsorview Lakes, Datchet, SL3 9HY
There is little doubt that the Triumph Stag occupies one of the cornerstones of the collector’s car market. The backup available through club support, Michelotti styling and significant power makes this model enormous fun to drive, good looking and hugely desirable as a result.
Originally delivered from the factory in brown, this Stag has had much care lavished upon it over the years including, in 2012, a comprehensive panel restoration and bare metal/lead-filled repaint in striking red as you see it here today. The history file is comprehensive showing, in recent years, maintenance with classic specialist’s, ‘The Village Garage’ maintaining the car for the last four years, continuity being important for classics such as these. Continuity matched by the near complete set of MoT test certificates including one expiring approximately 12 months from the date of the sale. Although unnecessary, the vendor has always been of a mind that, when used with his family, reliability and safety are important when driving in modern traffic. Complete with a matching red hardtop, a beautifully veneered dashboard (with modern face-off stereo & USB ports) and original owner’s book, this example is well priced and can be driven from the sale.
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