RHD TR8 Home Market UK

RHD TR8 not listed here, or listed at the bottom of this page in our known RHD TR8 “PARTS CARS” SECTION ? Then it is VERY highly likely it isn’t a genuine factory approved RHD TR8. We now have a FB group here where you can ask specific questions or feel free to email us. If you would like to learn more about genuine factory RHD TR8’s UK and TR8’s LHD USA spec in general, then please also feel free to join us.

Coming soon after it has appeared in print first, will be the full RHD TR8 story that will be live updated as and if/when more information is found and or corrected!

This list is approved as being the definitive listing for RHD TR8 FACTORY BUILT TR8’s by a growing number of TRIUMPH/TR Car Clubs.

All of the first 25 RHD TR8’s carry British Heritage certificates authenticating them as genuine factory approved RHD TR8’s..

Outside of test EXP cars of which 3 could be considered RHD TR8’s given they were built from RHD shells, there were 2 x early pre-production Canley built RHD TR8’s, then 2 x Methods build cars 1 x Man and 1 x Auto.  All of these first 4 cars were fitted with auto chokes.

And finally, 2 x batches of 9 pilot production cars (total 18), all of these were fitted with manual choke, yet the build cards say they were fitted with auto chokes. Total RHD TR8’s home market 22 or 25 if you included the 3 x RHD EXP cars, X921, X923 and X925. A common mistake is that various sources often quote 14. The second batch because it was much later, is often forgotten and or not known about and or some of the earlier pre-production cars the same issue. Engines numbers that were used by the genuine RHD Factory TR8’s are 10E, (first two Pre-Production) 20E and 21E (Methods build, Pilot Production batches). Body numbers are all CHP300XXX less for the first silver car and three EXP cars which are BBP.

After that there are a collection of LHD EXP and USA spec cars with US chassis numbers taken from the line and converted to RHD for various test purposes; taking the total of factory built/modified RHD TR8’s to around 30+/-. Note we have differentiated between “Home Market RHD” and factory built/modified RHD dependant on how they intentionally started out and their chassis numbers, UK for home market, or USA for factory converted.

Type Approval for RHD TR8 HOME MARKET UK


PRE PRODUCTION – “Preliminary work on or trial production, industrial prototype, etc.”. Collins English Dictionary.

The first two initial RHD “home market” TR8’s one Silver, and the other Green (see BL Motorsport section) were built from a RHD shell, bespoke parts and some modified US TR8 parts. Many USA spec parts such as the impact sensor cut off are still on these cars and the two methods build cars largely because of the way they were originally devised/built, as are US chassis plates albeit in the UK position on the suspension turret. Interestingly for the Green one only, it has a body number series the same as for all the next RHD TR8;s including the 2 x methods build and the 18 RHD Press cars all having the CHP 300 series body numbers. So another way to check if the car is a genuine home market RHD TR8 or at least from the NWK988W onwards which is where the 9:35 pistons came in, the previous car being 8:13. The first silver one is a BBP series number as are the three EXP cars (built at a similar time) which I believe would have been RHD TR7 body shells as such  There is some confusion over one of the methods build cars but I believe it was CHP300 series regardless, and that was just human error as was the TR7 chassis number on the other one. Gary Owen Factory Manager at Triumph Canley in charge of the RHD TR8’s told me recently that all RHD TR8’s home market were actually built at Canley despite having a Solihull chassis number. Although the last 9 may not have been YTBC.

CHP 300005 – NWK988W

The first  two “home market” TR8’s (Silver and Green – MHP404V and NWK988W) were used on the Club Triumph “Round Britain Rally” see email excerpt below from one of the team on this venture.

“At the time we did it, there was no decision to not launch the car in the UK it was still an active project. The tour was through the triumph club in London and it was setting off on a Friday night up to John a groats then lands end and back to London on the Sunday night. We did it with the intension of getting some publicity and for club members to see the cars. Nothing serious. (Garry Owen)”


1 – TPADV7AT 212246 ARGENT SILVER – MHP404V – Engine 10E00609 – MAN – Body number BBP202271 (1980 SPEC – Grey Stripe Velour Trim – ala Spider special edition) Designated Quality Build TR8. USA spec 8:13 pistons

2 – TPADV7AT 214004 POSEIDON GREEN – NWK988W – Engine 10E00655 – MAN – Body number CHP300005 (First RHD 8 with this body number series, also the first 9:35) (80/81/82 SPEC – Tan Velour Trim) Designated Development Man TR8 – (see BL Motorsport section) Modified and further developed by BL MOTORSPORT ABINGDON to what would have been 1982 spec. This cars engine was originally 8:13 then uprated to 9:35 pistons and BL MOTORSPORT WL9 performance camshaft as well as other performance and handling modifications. This in effect makes this TR8 one of one within the 22.

After nearly 40 years in a private collection on the Isle of Man where no one got to see the car, it finally surfaced in a farm auction at a small place in Northern Ireland before being bought and returned to the mainland. The car is now in North Yorkshire.

July 2022 a rolling restoration was completed back to full health after 40 PLUS years of not doing much at all. Age, sitting in a collection and bad to no maintenance, unhelpful modifications etc, have taken their toll on the car but it’s now back to fully running again and as close to how it was when it left the factory as possible.

Time lapse of NWK988W at the NEC Classic Car Show, November 11-13th 2022 on the TR Register stand.


Methods Build Department PILOT PRODUCTION RHD TR8 home market 1980

PILOT PRODUCTION – “a manufacturing or engineering production line set up during development, to test new methods, processes, and systems”. Collins English Dictionary.

Only 2 x RHD home market TR8’s were built by the methods department off track in 1980 1 x Auto and 1 x Man.

1 – TPADV7AA 402289 PENDELICAN WHITE – D70 OGJ – Engine 20E00001 – MAN – Body number CHP300009

NO BUILD SHEET – This was the first of 2 pilot production RHD TR8’s and was assembled off track by Methods Build Department. There appear to have been in my opinion a few human error mistakes with these two cars. For this one the Body number is given as CJP300009 then corrected to CJF300009 on the heritage certificate. All RHD TR8’s have a body number in the series CHP300XXX so I believe as it fits the right sequence, the body number for this car, should actually be CHP300009 which fits in with the sister AUTO car below with CHP300010.


2 – TPADV3AA 402290 PENDELICAN WHITE – Not registered – Engine 21E00001 – AUTO – Body number CHP300010

NO BUILD SHEET – This was the second of 2 pilot method build RHD TR8’s and was assembled off track by Methods Build Department. There appear to have been in my opinion a few human error mistakes with these two cars. For this one the chassis number should be TPADV3AA402290 where as on the car itself it shows TPADJ7AA402290. It was when this car first appeared again, thought a TR7 was taken from the line and converted but as this car has body number CHP300010 which is the CHP300 series ONLY used on RHD TR8’s I’m 99.9% certain that did not happen and that this car was not taken from the line as a TR7 but was actually built individually the same as any of the other RHD TR8’s. Short version no TR7 ever had a RHD TR8 body number so if it was a car taken from the line the body number would be a TR7 one and it isn’t. It also has the correct auto TR8 engine number of 21E.

Sold at Auction September 2021 – 28K


Fully striped to a shell ground up restoration now under way May 2022

After being hidden away in a leaking lockup in London for 40 years unregistered, the car is now undergoing a full back to bare shell nut and bolt restoration. The car is now in Kent.


 RHD TR8 x 18 home market PILOT PRODUCTION for PRESS/LAUNCH 1980/81 Canley/Solihull TR8’s built on track – build cards attached.

PILOT PRODUCTION – “a manufacturing or engineering production line set up during development, to test new methods, processes, and systems”. Collins English Dictionary.

A further 18 RHD home market Pilot Production (No actual full Production RHD TR8’s were ever built!) TR8’s were built at Canley/Solihull with the first batch of 9 being put through the manufacturing process late 1980, however they weren’t released from manufacturing until after the Christmas holidays, so the build records show the final build date as being Jan 5th despite actually being built November to December 1980 and almost certainly at Canley not Solihull as the chassis plates indicate. The second batch of 9 were built January to February 1981 and released March 1981 just before the axe fell on production of the TR8 on May 14th, 1981. There was a plan to produce full production RHD TR8’s with some of the modifications developed on NWK988W after a meeting in January 1981 with BL Motorsport Abingdon demonstrating the improvements that had been made on that car, would cost no more to produce. Initially it had been intended to add those improvements to the second batch of 9 hence their later build dates, but no firm decision was made in time, so they were built identical to the two methods build TR8’s that being the latest approved spec with the later push button dash. The first batch of 9 were built to an identical interior spec to NWK988W the pre-production Green TR8 which was 1980 style dash but 1981 style seats and door trim etc. Had the full production RHD 8’s been produced, they would have been a closer spec still to the final 1981 engine and suspension development specification of NWK988W than the Pilot Production cars actually produced were. NWK988W the pre-production Green TR8 when development (some further development on the car continued after that date as the car was Richard Hurdwells company car until it went to Measham at the end of the year) officially finished May 1981 had a 0 – 60 of around 6 seconds and a top speed of 150 mph with superb running on rails handing to match. Very sadly it was the only one ever built to the final RHD TR8 specification, but what a great note to end on!

1st batch of 9 Despatched Jan 5th, 1981, to Press Fleet Canley.

1 – TPADV7AA 402960 PENDELICAN WHITE – RDU35W – Engine 20E00004 – Body number CHP300437

2 – TPADV7AA 403014 PENDELICAN WHITE – PVC574W – Engine 20E00008 – Body number CHP300429

3 – TPADV7AA 403024 PENDELICAN WHITE – 2498TR – Engine 20E00009 – Body number? The build card for this car unusually states  AXLE WHITE & STRUT RED. It has no body number either listed.

4 – TPADV7AA 403034 BORDEAUX RED – URU287X – TRA8OK – ZV-11581 – Engine 20E00005 – Body number CHP300424 (This car no longer has its original engine and has been substantially modified – be concerned if you see this engine number on another car)

5 – TPADV7AA 403044 BORDEAUX RED – WPU281W (One of the two cars used by BSM) – Engine 20E00003 – Body number CHP300505

6 – TPADV7AA 403054 BORDEAUX RED (One of the two cars used by BSM) – (Destroyed by BSM) Engine 20E00002 – Body number CHP300596

7 – TPADV7AA 403062 PENDELICAN WHITE – WEL480X – Engine 20E00006 – Body number CHP300527

8 – TPADV7AA 403072 PERSIAN AQUA – A8TRR – Engine 20E00007 – Body number CHP300493

9 – TPADV7AA 403082 PERSIAN AQUA – A125GPH – Engine 20E00010 – Body number CHP300492



2nd batch of 9 Despatched March 1981 to BL cars Sales and Marketing Longbridge.

10 – TPADV7AA 403592 ARAN BEIGE – 56GJH – Engine 20E00021 – Body number CHP300525

11 – TPADV7AA 403731 PHARAOH GOLD – MFS302X – Engine 20E00016 – Body number CHP300708

12 – TPADV7AA 403736 PHARAOH GOLD – UNREGISTERED – FOR SALE 52.5K – Engine 20E00013 – Body number CHP300704

13 – TPADV7AA 403741 PHARAOH GOLD – OOV315X – Engine 20E00025 – Body number CHP300710

14 – TPADV7AA 403746 TRITON GREENEngine 20E00024 – Body number CHP300713 – Believed now painted Black?

15 – TPADV7AA 403751 TRITON GREEN – WNW2X – Engine 20E00023 – Body number CHP300711

16 – TPADV7AA 403761 CAVALRY BLUE – D63OGJ – Engine 20E00022 – Body number CHP300727

17 – TPADV7AA 403764 ARGENT SILVER – 8202TR – Engine 20E00015 – Body number CHP300498

18 – TPADV7AA 403767 PERSIAN AQUA – OON223X – Engine 20E00029 Body number CHP300556



EXP TR8 – X921 CARNELIAN RED – KHP573V RHD – Temperature testing

EXP TR8 – X923 PLATINUM SILVER – KHP574V – RHD – Mira test car flying quarter mile 130.43 mph – Sold at Heritage Auction 3/6/2003 for £9600.

EXP TR8 – X925 SILVER LEAF – PVC568X – RHD – Trim/Styling evaluation car for the future may have been the 82 look



Including these cars takes the total FACTORY built approved RHD TR8’s to around the 30+/- mark. Unfortunately defining what is a genuine factory built RHD car when taking factory converted LHD TR8’s to RHD into account becomes a lot more difficult, so for this definition we have chosen to go with cars that have been photographed by the factory as RHD (factory photos are at Gaydon) and or sold at the Measham auction as a RHD TR8. That being the only way to be truly certain the factory converted them to RHD in house, AND NOT SOMEONE ELSE LATER! 

1 – EXP X919 PENDELICAN WHITE – JVC824V – Engine 13E00114 (EFi) – MAN – Body number BAP100189 (1980/81) SPEC – Blue check Trim) EXP TR8. USA spec 8:13 pistons

2 – TPZDV8AT 203169 PENDELICAN WHITE – LVC358V – Engine 14E00002 (EFi) – MAN – Body number BAP207201 (1980/81) SPEC – Blue check Trim Designated Development TR8. USA spec 8:13 pistons

3 – TPZDV8AT 201675 PLATINUM SILVER – KHP533V – Engine 15E00002 – AUTO – Body number BAP207721 (1980 )SPEC – Blue Velour Trim) Designated Development Auto TR8. USA spec 8:13 pistons  

Sold at Auction September 2022 – close to 25K

4 – TPVDV8AT 212236 PENDELICAN WHITE – MVC365V – Engine 14E0000? (EFi)  – MAN – Body number BAP? (1980/81) SPEC – Tan check Trim Designated Development TR8. USA spec 8:13 pistons

5 – TPVDV8AT210006 PLATINUM SILVER – TVC59W – Engine 12E0000? – MAN – Body number BAP213577 (1980) SPEC – Tan check Trim) Designated Development TR8. USA spec 8:13 pistons


British Car Auctions at Measham

More than 22 registered and 14 un-registered cars were sold by BL at Measham in the period August – September 1981. It is known that the RHD TR8’s cars above were nearly all included and sold in the auctions. On the whole if the car was sold at Measham it was genuine, if not less for a few exceptions (X923 – Mira test car that was retained) it isn’t.

British Car Auctions at Measham Video

RHD TR8 214004 POSEIDON GREEN – NWK988W – appears in this video at about 0.26

More Information is HERE


These cars MAY or MAY NOT have been converted by the factory. It is likely they were converted later after they were initially sold, but we put them here because they are known development TR8’s and it is possible.

1 – TPzDV8AT201479 POSEIDON GREEN – KDU315V – Engine 14E00009 – MAN – Body number BAP297586 (1980) SPEC – Tan check Trim) Designated TEST TR8. USA spec 8:13 pistons


2 – TCT20017UCF PLATINUM SILVER – KHP565V – Engine 13E00184 – MAN – Body number BAP204984 (1980) SPEC – Tan check Trim) Designated TEST – Fitted with UK spec engine TR8. USA spec 8:13 /9:35 pistons?

3 – ACT00019 CAVALRY BLUE – YRW573E – Engine 3480 – MAN – Body number 00001GT  An ACT car, originally a FHC modified in the factory to develop the Convertible configuration. It was saved from being “crushed” by a BL engineer and subsequently fitted with TR8 components.

4 – TPVDV4AT 207723 CASHMERE GOLD (Heritage say RUSSET BROWN) – LVC365V – Engine 13E00311 – AUTO – Body number (Heritage say 212740 LHD – On car now BBP203123 RHD) (1980) SPEC – Tan check Trim Designated Development Auto TR8. USA spec 8:13 pistons. Believed re-shelled to RHD by whom not known currently.

5 – TPZDV8AT212240 MARISHINO BLACK – KAW179V – Engine 10E16571 – MAN – Body number BAP214578   A SPIDER that gained a V8 and RHD.


These cars have been converted to RHD by their owners after they left the factory. Most of these cars are well known and have been the subjects of excellent Left to RHD conversions, such that for many, you cant tell they were ever LHD.

1 – SATTV4584BA 208267 BORDEAUX RED – DWR568W – Engine 14E00545 – MAN – Body number? (1981) SPEC – Tan Velour Trim) Very nicely Converted RHD by S&S Preparations. USA spec Efi 8:13 pistons

2 – TPVDV8AT208267 PERSIAN AQUA – MBC324V – Engine 12E00627 – MAN – Body number BAP210433 (1980) SPEC – Tan check Trim) Converted RHD by TR GB. USA spec 8:13 pistons

3 – TCN160128UCF INCA YELLOW – PVL678V – Engine 12E00690 – MAN – Body number? SPEC – Green check Trim) Converted RHD by owner. USA spec 8:13 pistons


These cars have been built to full factory TR8 spec but after production ended and by individuals so are not genuine RHD TR8’s but in every other respect are. Either from a donor TR7 or from a pile of new parts and brand new shell. Their builders/owners have always been genuine and above board about what they are. These cars represent the next best to an original factory RHD. Some might say they were much better built.

1 – TCG102447 CARMINE RED – FTV66V – Engine10A39511 – MAN – Body number N/A – (NEW SHELL BUILD) Built by Paul Towle to 100% RHD TR8 SPEC (Owned by Chris Turner currently)

2 – TPZDJ8AT207163 CARMINE RED – LVC355V – Engine 12E00208 – MAN – Body number ? Built by Tony Butler to 100% RHD TR8 SPEC (Owned by Fin  Purcell currently)

3 -SATTPADJ7AA407041 BLUE METALIC – Original YKR284X now changed to ATR835L – Engine? – MAN – Body number ? Built by Brian Harber to 100% RHD TR8 SPEC (Owned by Steve Wilcox currently)


There isn’t a lot of difference IF ANY between these and the ones above to be fair. Only the supposed histories around them and owners versions of what they are. At the end of production more parts were leaving the factory than were actually going on cars! These cars are frequently being passed off as genuine RHD TR8’s/Development cars built by the factory as opposed to the cars whose owners are more open, when in actual fact they were built from shells (often from for example, TR7’s with O series engines that have been removed so are claimed as development cars – just not TR8 development) and a collection of often random year parts acquired towards and after the end of production. While interesting from an historical point of view THEY ARE NOT GENUINE FACTORY BUILT AND APPROVED CARS. They generally carry TR7 chassis numbers or in the case of one we are aware of, a made up chassis number but registered as a TR7 with DVLA. The value of these would be much lower than any of the genuine RHD TR8’s and you should very much consider buyer beware no matter what letters and claims from previous owners may say or hint at. Check with Heritage at Gaydon and or talk to us, if it isn’t there, doesn’t have a heritage certificate or chassis number that actually says “TR8” or we don’t know, best to walk away!


RHD TR8 “PARTS CARS” Let’s look at the original eBay claim for this car PVP299Y

“This is a factory built RHD TR8 from 1980, and as it is not one of the 18 pre-production examples, I can only assume it is a ‘method build’ mock up prior to construction of the press cars”

NOT TRUE – All of the factory built RHD TR8’s are known and were confirmed recently to me by Gary Owen the Triumph factory manager responsible for them. This is NOT ONE OF THEM. They are all listed at the top of this page.

“I was told it was sold off by the factory, probably at the Measham sale after the cancellation of production by BL, and finally registered as a new vehicle in 1982.”

NOT TRUE – All of the Persian Aqua cars at Measham are accounted for and this is NOT ONE OF THEM.

“It is registered as a TR7 V8, as were all the pre-production press cars, as at that time, DVLA did not have the designation of ‘TR8’ on their system, as it had only ever been an export model up to that point”

NOT TRUE – The early Factory Home market RHD TR8’s in fact have no model designation on the DVLA log book, just Triumph only, but that only applies to the first two MHP404V and NWK988W as the rest were all sold UNREGISTERED at Measham. What they may have now is whatever the new owners put down when they registered them for the first time, so nothing to do with the factory.


Now let’s look at other claims made by the seller to its authenticity


“Engine number is 10E00013 which was originally a Lynx prototype”

NOT TRUE – Lynx’s had EXP engine numbers!

“The RHD Alford and Adler steering rack was a very rare item and therefore proves its genuine”

NOT entirely TRUE – At the end of production and for quite a few years after they were not too difficult to get hold of and quite a few ended up on conversions and the like.

“It is indistinguishable from the 18 Pre-Production cars”


It has a black dash

The ignition system on the left as per earlier cars.

The boot is an earlier model

The trim cards for the doors are very late 82 model velour with horizontal trim

Door catches are earlier


Now let’s look at the strange chassis number


NOTE the R substitute for where there would normally be the P which is the designated model range TR7/8

For cars built from shells it is not permissible to describe it as a model range without having to pay tax duty so the “INVENTED” chassis number has an R in its place. The chassis number on the ebay advert shows the normal P, but the logbook for the car does not suggesting the seller was well aware of what that meant.

My guess is that while the 215 fits in with ranges of chassis numbers the number creator actually was designating 215 cu engine. This is born out by a second car 99.9% built by the same person simply because it follows EXACTLY the same format and it too has a connection to the Lynx.


PVP299Y Persian Aqua TRADJ7TAA215 

Engine no 10E00013   

TR7 V8 DHC TAXED  f/r August 1982

TOH963Y Oporto Red TRADJ7AA3528 

Engine no EXP210 

TR8 DHC SORN  f/r  May 1983  

Note on the second car the engine cc has been used 3528. Also note this car actually does have a Lynx engine number EXP210 which comes from LYNX X891 which was white Reg WUY952R.

I have been provided with supposed documentary evidence by various parties involved. Some of that information was found to have been “altered” with I assume the purpose to deliberately mislead. I conclude the story of these two cars has become very muddled over the years hence quite probably the PVP claims for a Lynx engine when it actual fact it has an old TR8 engine, most likely from a crash tested TR8. It is clear both cars have been built from a collection of parts some new, some from donor cars, and some from “destroyed” cars and both close to/after production had ended. This car has an interest and historical value for sure but it is NOT AN OFFICIAL FACTORY RHD TR8. It is a parts car or clone even.


RHD TR8 “PARTS CARS” Let’s look at the claim for this car KHP542V (Car appears blue in video but is actually Poseidon Green)


Historic’s have just sold this for £24,500 (with fees 27.5k). Brian Ridley-Jones (TR8 Registrar for the TRDC) contacted them to say that it was NOT a right hand drive factory car, but they appear to have ignored that information. Interesting that for a Ford Escort they were prepared to have a comment from the AVO registrar that a car (unsold) was very good, but not 100% correct in terms of trim. This is a factory development car – but had an O series engine with left hand drive. It was scrapped but like some other cars “magically” appeared with a 3.5 engine sometime later. However, the factory did not build the car as is, which still has a TR7 VIN. The V8 is from a Rover SD1 and not a TR8 variant. This car has an interest and historical value for sure but it is NOT AN OFFICIAL FACTORY RHD TR8. It is a parts car or clone even.

From here on is the beginning of TR7V8 conversions done by various companies seeking to fill the void left by so few RHD TR8’s in the UK, Del Lines cars (mostly complete cars with a DL chassis number), S&S Preparations, to mention two of the better ones, and of course Grinnall cars, but they were mostly quite a step away from the standard, in that in the main the body was very different with no real attempt to emulate the TR8.

RHD PRICING – The subject no one wants to hang their hat on! (Update July 2022)

UK HOME MARKET SPEC TR8’s (RHD) are very few (22/25) with only the odd one ever coming up for sale. So I would expect them to have a premium of 15-20K over a similar condition LHD TR8. Expect a very good condition original untouched and unregistered low mileage one to be around £50k given the rarity! The one below originally had a 60k asking price which has more recently been reduced on eBay to £52.5K. This particular car was sold at auction a few years ago for 35K (31.5k including auction fees), has been repainted – not a great job as the suspension nuts have been painted over as well which quite frankly is sloppy and lazy – as well as having had a poor conversion to external fuel pump to the extent the air plenum can no longer be fitted. So has to some extent now lost some of its originality. Still a very nice car though! This current price may still be a tad optimistic but if the owner hangs on to it for a few more years they may well stand a better chance.

POOR CONDITION RHD TR8 = £25K – 28k – To this standard as in the video BELOW




ORIGINAL/SHOW ROOM condition or BETTER THAN NEW EVERY NUT AND BOLT TR8 = £45 – 50K – To this standard as in the video BELOW

The above are guide prices only because at the end of the day if the car is sold with hardly anyone knowing its there it will obviously go for less than a well publicised sale! In the past year I have seen examples of both with one a bargain and the other at the top end of its value. If you want one, consider setting up a Google alert for TR8 and you will get to hear about many cars you otherwise wouldn’t know are for sale!

Individual Rarity increases the value by perhaps another 5K or so – there is only one RHD automatic, (there are another two converted to RHD ones) so as we all get older it wouldn’t surprise me to see that cars attach a premium. There is only one car modified by BL MOTORPOSRT Abingdon and that may give that car added value for people with a connection there. There are quite a few with low mileage which the owners try to keep that way by trailering the cars every where and some are still unregistered. Complete fully documented stories will always add extra value as well.


We believe if everyone knows who owns what and what might be used as a ringer, then the chances of someone cloning one becomes considerably less likely as its then very easy for a prospective buyer to check and verify a car they are looking at buying, hence why this information is here in the OPEN and not hidden away. There are currently two known destroyed cars and another that possibly was crash tested. They are Triton Green – Bordeaux Red – White. Check the details out above and make sure the engine and body numbers all stack up. One missing walk away! If in doubt drop us a line and we’ll gladly help.