1928 Triumph Super 7 Tourer

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Chassis Frame/Car No: 5357
Date of Registration: 29.06.1928

The Triumph Super 7 was a car manufactured from 1927 to 1934 by the Triumph Motor Company. It was produced as a response to the success of the Austin 7 and was Triumph’s first car to be made in large numbers. In 1933 the name was changed to the Triumph Super 8.

A range of body styles were available, all made in house. There was a two-door four-seat tourer, followed by a de-luxe tourer with two-coloured body, a two-seater with dickey seat, a two-door saloon, a fabric-bodied saloon and at the top of the range, a coach built saloon. Gordon England could also supply a special fabric-bodied saloon with sliding roof. The chassis was also supplied to other coachbuilders for fitting their own bodies. Prices ranged from £113 for the chassis to £190 for the Gordon England saloon. On test the car could reach just over 50 mph (80 km/h) and return 40 miles per imperial gallon (7.1 L/100 km; 33 mpg‑US).

Craner Classics are pleased to offer this extremely rare Triumph Super 7 Tourer which has been the subject of a full nut and bolt chassis off restoration. This has included the fitting of a complete ash frame with photographic evidence in a beautifully presented file. The car. The car comes complete with 3 box files full of service records, original buff log book and photographic records of the restoration.
The car is presented in navy blue and black paintwork, an immaculate blue upholstered interior and a black vinyl roof.
The chassis and 10 spoke wheels have all been powder coated to a high standard during the restoration.
According to the V5 it has had just one owner since 1968 and has recently been fitted with four new tyres and a new battery.

This is a very charming little car which takes up very little space in the garage and with its fold down roof is great fun to take out on a lovely sunny day around the British countryside.