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1973 Triumph Stag
Exceptionally original and 20,700 miles from new

Lot 45 (Imperial War Museum Duxford, 18th March 2020)

Sold for £25,312

(including buyers premium)


Lot details

Registration No: OFA936M
Chassis No: LD252910
MOT: March 2021

  • Exceptionally original and 20,700 miles from new
  • Owned by the same family until being bought by the registered keeper in 2015
  • Believed by the vendor to drive 'as well as it would have done when pretty much new'

H&H are indebted to the vendor for the following description:

‘This is an extremely well-preserved Stag that has led a charmed life and covered just 20,700 miles from new. First supplied by Burton Motors of Burton-on-Trent to a director of F.R. Searancke Ltd, Mr Graham Marcer (Ashby de la Zouch), the car later passed to Mr Charles Marcer (Ashby de la Zouch) who stored it for ten years. The Triumph was then purchased by Howard William Godrich of Godrich Design (Ashby de la Zouch) and so has lived all its life in Ashby De la Zouch.

In 2015 Mr Godrich had the car thoroughly checked over and a new clutch fitted, the corresponding invoice and report are in the history file. Starting readily and pulling strongly on a recent test drive, the condition of the car is extraordinary. Even the inner panels are nigh on ‘as new’ as are the under dash tags and Britax seat belts. The car comes with its original 'Passport to Service' book and a fresh MOT. This must be one of the best original Stags in the world’.

 

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