The Triumph TR4A (2-door roadster ) is a sports car built by the Triumph Motor Company at its Coventry factory in the United Kingdom between 1965 and 1967.
The TR4A was an evolution of the Giovanni Michelotti styled TR4. The car had been favourably received for its overall performance and many amenities.
The TR4’s Hotchkiss drive system was replaced with an independent rear suspension, indicated by an “IRS” badge attached to the TR4A’s rear.
In Q1 2011 there were 789 licensed and 153 SORN TR4As registered with the DVLA.
We believe after our body repairs and respray one more will appear on the register.