This roadster, built by Leyland Motors and designed by Giovanni Michelotti, started his career in 1962 which lasted until the MK4 in 1980.
The simplicity and light weight make this roadster an uncomplicated sports car, which helped it to its success and popularity…
… and it pulls beautifully
This offered Triumph Spitfire MK IV roadster was built in 1978 and kicks you right back to the sporty late 70ies.
See here a quick walkaround video to have an impression:
This spitfire appears in technical good condition.
The engine starts right up and runs smooth and the gearbox does its precisely job.
Tires and brakes work pretty good and you can see that this roadster had been taken care of. The floors show no rust comming through and the floors seeling looks good. Checking the engine, gearbox and differential you see no leaking oil what underlines the reliable condition. Even the steering and axles show no play.
The vinyl softop shows no cuts or bad destructions.
The hardtop shows signs of usage, watching the paint, but fits perfect mechanicly.
The momentary Tüv lasts until August 2022, but after this check there should be no trouble.
So this is your chance to go topless this summer in 70ies style.
Convince yourself with the pictures and place your bid on this very fair priced roadster…
Check here the documents and some bills of the latest works.
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