Lot 120 - 1975 Triumph Stag
|Sold - £12,320
- In very good order throughout
- In current ownership for over 24 years
- Desirable colour combination
- Automatic example with its factory hardtop
The ‘Stag’ name was a development codename allocated when the design project was initiated by Giovanni Michelotti in 1965. The svelte Michelotti styling married to decadent V8 power makes this model both beautiful to look at and enormous fun to drive. Add to that a thriving club network, these cars make for hugely desirable ownership.
Registered new on 9th April 1975, this lovely Triumph Stag has had just four owners from new and is an automatic example. Presented in blue coachwork over a black interior the Stag presents very well indeed, the paintwork is in very good condition as is the interior and engine bay. The Stag has been in the current vendors ownership for over 24 years! During which time it has been maintained to a high standard with various general work and a restoration being undertaken. In 1990 the body was the subject of a restoration where it was taken back to bare metal and repaired where necessary and resprayed in the wonderful blue coachwork you see today. Fitted with a desirable factory hardtop and offered with a sizeable history file including almost all old MoT test certificates, the V5C registration document, photographs and invoices of the restoration, and sundry bills including an invoice for circa £7,500. This is a very well-presented example that is largely original, one which we believe will be keenly contested at auction.
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