This stunning 1966 Triumph TR4A IRS with overdrive was is an original UK market car and was first registered GRK 696D on 13th September 1966 just 6 weeks after England had won the football world cup and is now 53 years old. It is both Road Tax and MOT exempt on the 40 year ruling. The car has always lived in the South of England. It has the 2138cc engine and four speed + overdrive gearbox which has been replaced with a re-con item. Both are in excellent order an perform very well. Over the last 10 years the car has been fully restored both bodily and mechanically and it is a real crowd puller at the shows. The car is finished in Rover Nightfire metallic Red and this colour really suits the car. It has chrome knock on wire wheels and spinners that wear a set of BF Goodrich Silvertown Whitewall tyres and a beautiful cream leather interior that cost over £5000 on its own. There is a nice period look stereo system and the wood dashboard looks fantastic with the cream coloured dials and Moto Lita steering wheel. There is an Aston style petrol filler cap to finish of the look and the rest of the chrome is very good. Everything else like the suspension, brakes, cooling etc was rebuilt and I would estimate some £30,000 was spent getting this car to the condition it is in today. It has the very desirable Surrey top and the last owner had a very nice soft top designed as well that is a lot easier to take on and off than the steel top. There is an great little slide out table for picnics flitted in the boot. The clock was zeroed when restored and now reads only 700 miles. The car has just had a new battery and a service. The car comes with history file, restoration pictures, owners handbook and a workshop manual.