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Triumphs For Sale - Drivers/Projects

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Driveable cars - Ready for ‘Triumph Motoring Fun’ now

Restore to SHOW condition later, or drive AS-IS (almost) forever!

Cars shown here are owned by Macy’s Garage.  While they are less than perfect cosmetically, we have gone over them mechanically to make them as safe and reliable as possible without doing a complete 100% frame up restoration.  Our team members have been driving and enjoying them, and we truly believe that you’ll be able to do the same.  Offered at FAIR - NO HAGGLE prices.

1961 TR3A - TS69968L

   $18,500

     Call For Details

1963 TR4 - 20272CT

$16,500

Call For Details

Restoration Project Cars

So, you’d love to have a beautifully restored Triumph TR, but you’re finding out that the best cars are never offered for sale.  It’s looking like your only chance to realize your dream is to have a TR restored for you, but you don’t have a car to begin the process.  You might also be afraid of buying a project on your own (as you should be) because you may purchase a car that is too far gone to save.  Enter Macy’s Garage, and our project car offerings shown below.  All of these restoration candidates have been examined by the TR wizards here at Macy’s Garage, and all have been determined to be excellent restoration candidates.  There are no “lost causes” or cars requiring a heroic effort to restore being offered here!  We’ve jumped through all the hoops needed to straighten out ancient paperwork, and all the cars offered here have valid ownership titles.  These cars are already here, so you also won’t have to chase all over the country to find a project car, and then have it shipped here to be restored.  And to put your mind at ease, know now that any missing bits which are not typically replaced with new parts during a restoration, will be provided from our own used parts inventory at no additional charge. If you are looking for a car to restore at home yourself, or to be restored by the local ‘restoration guy’ in your home town, then we ask that you please continue to search for your own project.  All cars shown here are offered ONLY as restoration projects to be completed here at Macy’s Garage.  We have gone to great lengths to acquire and store these worthy projects for appreciative future owners, and we have a vested interest in seeing that they are restored correctly.  We don’t want to see them taken home and allowed to languish when the new owner runs out of enthusiasm, or dropped off at a lower tier “restorer” who will not complete them to the level possible here by our “Triumph Exclusive” team. We recommend that you read and then re-read the “Restoration Costs” page on our website, and understand that while estimates are impossible, a six-figure budget will be necessary for any high quality restoration by a professional shop, be it a Mustang or a Model A, or even a Triumph TR!  Most of our TR restorations run between $100-$125k (parts and labor), but can cost more if you go crazy with options like chrome wire wheels, hardtops, overdrives, air conditioning (TR250 & TR6), race motors, bluetooth radios, etc., etc.  Funding for a project like this will be spread out over a period of approximately 2.5 years, as we always have a waiting list of at least 12 months before we could begin any of these restorations, and then you’ll have another 14-18 months until your car is completed.  If the cost of a full TR restoration is going to be outside of your financial capability, there unfortunately isn’t much wiggle room regarding the total, because all of the cars shown here will certainly need everything. If you have any interest in having one of our project offerings restored for you, in your choice of colors and all the other options, please call Austin or Mark during normal business hours (M-F, 8:30-4) at (937) 667-3014 to discuss.  We’ll be happy to create the TR of your dreams for you!

1960 TR3A - TS67225L

A Classic TR3A in better than average condition compared to what we usually start with.  This was a “dry” Oklahoma car, and we’ve not noticed much in the way of rust.  But that’s always subject to change when the car is stripped, which is why every restoration we do here begins from a completely stripped car in bare metal.

1961 TR4 - CT2129L

One of the very few (2470) TR4’s produced in 1961.  Not as early as our own #288, but still significant as a very early TR4 with the short bubble hood, silver gauge cluster, manual trunk prop rod, etc., etc.  While it looks respectable in this photo, this car is in serious need of a full restoration.  The frame is extensively rusted, but never fear because we are including a good replacement frame as part of the package.

1962 TR4 - CT10350L

Another very nice TR4 project, this solid example appears to have spent time in a “dry” location, because it still retains all of it’s original floors and sills!  Stripped to bare metal with most of the metalwork complete, it has been primed in black epoxy primer and just needs the panel gaps tweaked before it’s ready to roll over to our paint shop.  Chassis and suspension has already been restored to a high standard by the previous owner.

1972 TR6 - CC76374L

Complete Canadian Spec TR6 with the desireable chrome bumpers, acquired from the original owner’s widow.  Sitting for many years, this one will need a complete restoration, but still a very worthy candidate.  Looks good in the dark navy paint and shadow blue interior, but starting from the ground up makes any color combination you desire possible.
© 2018-2020 - Macy’s Garage, Ltd.
Macy’s Garage
America’s BEST Triumph Shop

Triumphs For Sale -

Drivers/Projects

Driveable cars - Ready for ‘Triumph Motoring

Fun’ now.  Restore to SHOW condition later, or

drive AS-IS (almost) forever!

Cars shown here are owned by Macy’s Garage.  While they are less than perfect cosmetically, we have gone over them mechanically to make them as safe and reliable as possible without doing a complete 100% frame up restoration.  Our team members have been driving and enjoying them, and we truly believe that you’ll be able to do the same.  Offered at FAIR - NO HAGGLE prices.

1961 TR3A - TS69968L

$18,500

  Call For Details

1963 TR4 - 20272CT

$16,500

Call For Details

Restoration Project Cars

So, you’d love to have a beautifully restored Triumph TR, but you’re finding out that the best cars are never offered for sale.  It’s looking like your only chance to realize your dream is to have a TR restored for you, but you don’t have a car to begin the process.  You might also be afraid of buying a project on your own (as you should be) because you may purchase a car that is too far gone to save.  Enter Macy’s Garage, and our project car offerings shown below.  All of these restoration candidates have been examined by the TR wizards here at Macy’s Garage, and all have been determined to be excellent restoration candidates.  There are no “lost causes” or cars requiring a heroic effort to restore being offered here!  We’ve jumped through all the hoops needed to straighten out ancient paperwork, and all the cars offered here have valid ownership titles.  These cars are already here, so you also won’t have to chase all over the country to find a project car, and then have it shipped here to be restored.  And to put your mind at ease, know now that any missing bits which are not typically replaced with new parts during a restoration, will be provided from our own used parts inventory at no additional charge. If you are looking for a car to restore at home yourself, or to be restored by the local ‘restoration guy’ in your home town, then we ask that you please continue to search for your own project.  All cars shown here are offered ONLY as restoration projects to be completed here at Macy’s Garage.  We have gone to great lengths to acquire and store these worthy projects for appreciative future owners, and we have a vested interest in seeing that they are restored correctly.  We don’t want to see them taken home and allowed to languish when the new owner runs out of enthusiasm, or dropped off at a lower tier “restorer” who will not complete them to the level possible here by our “Triumph Exclusive” team. We recommend that you read and then re-read the Restoration Costs” page on our website, and understand that while estimates are impossible, a six-figure budget will be necessary for any high quality restoration by a professional shop, be it a Mustang or a Model A, or even a Triumph TR!  Most of our TR restorations run between $100- $125k (parts and labor), but can cost more if you go crazy with options like chrome wire wheels, hardtops, overdrives, air conditioning (TR250 & TR6), race motors, bluetooth radios, etc., etc.  Funding for a project like this will be spread out over a period of approximately 2.5 years, as we always have a waiting list of at least 12 months before we could begin any of these restorations, and then you’ll have another 14-18 months until your car is completed.  If the cost of a full TR restoration is going to be outside of your financial capability, there unfortunately isn’t much wiggle room regarding the total, because all of the cars shown here will certainly need everything. If you have any interest in having one of our project offerings restored for you, in your choice of colors and all the other options, please call Austin or Mark during normal business hours (M-F, 8:30-4) at (937) 667-3014 to discuss.  We’ll be happy to create the TR of your dreams for you!

1960 TR3A - TS67225L

A Classic TR3A in better than average condition compared to what we usually start with.  This was a “dry” Oklahoma car, and we’ve not noticed much in the way of rust.  But that’s always subject to change when the car is stripped, which is why every restoration we do here begins from a completely stripped car in bare metal.

1961 TR4 - CT2129L

One of the very few (2470) TR4’s produced in 1961.  Not as early as our own #288, but still significant as a very early TR4 with the short bubble hood, silver gauge cluster, manual trunk prop rod, etc., etc.  While it looks respectable in this photo, this car is in serious need of a full restoration.  The frame is extensively rusted, but never fear because we are including a good replacement frame as part of the package.

1962 TR4 - CT10350L

Another very nice TR4 project, this solid example appears to have spent time in a “dry” location, because it still retains all of it’s original floors and sills!  Stripped to bare metal with most of the metalwork complete, it has been primed in black epoxy primer and just needs the panel gaps tweaked before it’s ready to roll over to our paint shop.  Chassis and suspension has already been restored to a high standard by the previous owner.

1972 TR6 - CC76374L

Complete Canadian Spec TR6 with the desireable chrome bumpers, acquired from the original owner’s widow.  Sitting for many years, this one will need a complete restoration, but still a very worthy candidate.  Looks good in the dark navy paint and shadow blue interior, but starting from the ground up makes any color combination you desire possible.