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Nine out of ten Triumph TR4A’s are exported. Perhaps this doesn’t surprise you. Possibly you think American turnpikes are more suitable for sports car motoring than our British roads.
II’ so: think again. The scene is changing. Britain now has-298 miles of motorways and 28,153 miles of main arterial roads in common with the Continental autobahns and autostradas The TR4A cruises comfortably at 90 mph and has a top speed of 110 mph.
The real motorist?
Anyhow, since when have vast concrete boulevards been the main joy of the real motorist? Our mountain circuits, curling country roads, hump-back bridges and water splashes cry out for the TR4A with all-round independent suspension and disc brakes. Warming to winter What about sports cars in British winters? Triumph have warmed to this problem, too. The • hood is a true convertible-type which folds up and watertight (or down and out of
sight) in seconds. There are carpets. wind-up windows, two-speed windscreen wipers, longrange horns… .
You know you really should be surprised that so many TR4A’s are exported. why don’t you do something about it?
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