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Triumph TR250

Purchased by Sports Car Gallery Of Beaver Falls 9 years ago from the 2nd owner in Charlotte, N.C. sold immediately to a Pittsburgh business exec. Won many Best-in-Class Best-Of-Show awards at the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix events. Has “trophied” in every event it had been entered in by the Pittsburgh owner.I purchased the car 1 1/2 years ago for a good friend who has 2 children now wanted a 2+2 sports car so I gladly bought the 250 back from him. Original 2.5 in line 6 cylinder with stock manifolds carbs standard 4 speed gear box. Does have a Stebro exhaust. The odometer shows 1623 miles do not know if the odometer was zeroed during restoration or whether it is 101,623 miles. I believe the odo was reset as the car does not appear to be a 100,000+ miles example. The body shows no signs of damage or rust repair with the original body panels being straight true. The undercarriage appears to be in excellent original condition also showing no signs of rust whatsoever. The engine drive train are extremely strong with no smoke or hesitation from the engine. Trans shifts up down smoothly the differential is quiet. All gauges operate as they should as well as the heater, wipers, choke etc. The cars sports a black vinyl convertible top has the boot optional Tonneau cover. Car came originally with the hex knock offs but as the chrome was getting a little aged I opted to install an NOS set of the classic 2 eared spinners(original hex tool included). All latches locks including the glove box trunk are operational. The original steering wheel rubber coating was getting tired so the car now has a magnificent Classico Italiano wood steering wheel. Original comes with the car. The original painted wire wheels are in top condition as is the spare wheel. All chrome bright work is straight with no scratches or dents however the original chrome on the bumpers side mirror are showing their age.

Triumph X-75 Hurricane Motorcycles


The Triumph X-75 Hurricane is the most exciting & revolutionary motorcycle ever produced by the Triumph/BSA joint venture. The sleek, cutting edge design was the product of one Craig Vetter. With a 3 gallon one piece fuel tank, triple upsweeping side exhausts, vented front brake & extended forks this bike had a new, “I’m wicked fast” custom look. After only 1183 bikes were produced between 1972 & 1973 production was halted because the X-75 could not meet the new American noise standards. These bikes have become the ultimate Triumph “collectors bike” resulting from their revolutionary design, stellar performance & limited production numbers. We were fortunate to have three of these exquisite motorcycles in our collection! Two have been recently sold leaving this low mileage, much loved example the only Hurricane from our collection available for sale. We have tons of documentation, literature & articles regarding this particular X-75.

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