The Triumph TR7 was a wedged shaped
The TR7 styling was penned by Harris Mann (known for his Austin Allegro and Princess work) and it was a pretty good looking car for the late 70s even with its giant rubber bumpers. This one actually has the oomph to match the sporty looks.
Power comes from a Nissan VG30ET equipped with a single overhead cam, 2-valves per cylinder, and a single Garrett T3 turbocharger to make about 200 horsepower at the flywheel. The seller of this car doesn't provide much in the way of details for the build, but at the current asking price it could be worse.
The interior is better than one would expect for such an oddball engine swapped classic and everything from the plaid door inserts to the grandpa-approved steering wheel cover looks decent.
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