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Please note: Couriers are experiencing significant delays due to the time of year and Covid19 restrictions. Deliveries to the Auckland area are particularly slow. We endeavour to send parcels the same or following day but unfortunately we have no control over delivery times. We appreciate your patience and understanding. Many thanks, the Ironhorse Hobbies Team.
Please note: Couriers are experiencing significant delays due to the time of year and Covid19 restrictions. Deliveries to the Auckland area are particularly slow. We endeavour to send parcels the same or following day but unfortunately we have no control over delivery times. We appreciate your patience and understanding. Many thanks, the Ironhorse Hobbies Team.

Corgi VA10509 1:43 Triumph TR7 FHC Triton Green

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$67.95
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The TR7 modelled was built on January 23rd, 1981 at British Leyland’s Solihull factory; the former Rover ‘shadow factory’ was the third facility to assemble TR7s, earlier examples being built at Speke, Liverpool (1975-1978), and Triumph’s Canley plant, Coventry (1978-1979).

It was registered by BL dealers Patrick Motors Ltd, Birmingham, on August 3rd, 1981 and was ordered in this distinctive colour by company Chairman and MD Alexander Patrick who liked unusual coloured cars, especially bright green shades. He also chose the appropriate number plate, LOG 7X. It cost £6,880 and was retained for their private museum, The Patrick Collection; an example of what most then believed would be the last mass-market UK-made sports car.