1967 Triumph Mistral special sport

One of a kind Triumph Mistral, build on a chassis of a Triumph Tr3, front end of an Austin A10 and engine and gearbox from Triumph TR4. Black bucket seats, wire wheels, tonneau cover, etc… Vehicule in fully, non restored condition. Runs very well!

The Microplas Mistral is a special based on a Triumph TR3/4
Microplas Ltd was founded in Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire in the early 1950s by a group of 750 Motor Club enthusiasts who got together to design and produce an all-enveloping glassfibre bodyshell for the Austin Seven chassis. Its first design the Stiletto was followed in 1955 by the Mistral. Intended for the contemporary Ford Ten chassis of 7 6 wheelbase, the original, round-tail Mistral looked rather like a scaled down Jaguar D-Type. Cresting the wave of the 1950s kit car boom, Microplas rapidly expanded, relocating to Mitcham, Surrey and supplying Mistral bodyshells its most successful product – to a number of independent producers including Buckler, Fairthorpe and TVR.
Following Mr Snappers retirement, the car was advertised for sale and featured in Classic & Sports Car magazine (July 2001). The current owner bought the car from Mr Snapper that same year.

This Triumph has to be seen as the condition is outstanding, any Inspection Invited., Please call or email to arrange an appointment to view this car

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£25,000