The Triumph TR5 is an extremely rare model from the range of the British manufacturer. The car was produced for just 13 months and only 2,947 units left the factory during that time. Under the hood is a relatively powerful 2.5-liter engine powered by Lucas fuel injection. Low curb weight and a large powerplant make the TR5 an exceptionally fast car for the 1960s.
The car came to Poland a few years ago in a condition requiring comprehensive renovation. The car was disassembled and underwent all necessary bodywork repairs. As of today, after many years of reconstruction, it can be said that we are dealing with a car in a condition similar to a new car. All components have been repaired or replaced with new ones. All parts used during the renovation were imported from reputable suppliers. It is currently hard to find a second such thoroughly restored British roadster.