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1967 Triumph Spitfire Review Ratings

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Average Ratings from 4 reviews

  • Performance:2.8 out of 5 stars2.8 out of 5 stars2.8 out of 5 stars2.8 out of 5 stars2.8 out of 5 stars 2.8 / 5
  • Appearance:4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 out of 5 stars 4.5 / 5
  • Build Quality:3.2 out of 5 stars3.2 out of 5 stars3.2 out of 5 stars3.2 out of 5 stars3.2 out of 5 stars 3.2 / 5
  • Overall: 4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars4 out of 5 stars 4 / 5

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Timothy writes:
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3

Pros

its not seen that much around

Cons

very slow

55

The Spitfire — the car is dog slow it takes 13 seconds to even hit 60 i have a 1980 firebird that will go half mile in 13 seconds lol but its a good slow car it gets good mpg and its a convertible and a 3 speed stick shift its all around fun if you like going slow lol

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Templeton writes:
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5

Pros

style, appearence, and 42 MPG

Cons

watch the back end, has a tendancey to tuck a wheel under and put you in a spin if you corner too fast

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Fantastic Fun — great to drive especially if you have long legs. Everything is in your field of vision, so you don't have to take your eyes off the road. Everything in easy reach. The car is really moulded around you, like a fighter plane.

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Flemming writes:
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4

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A classic! sharper than the MG

Cons

not fast, get the GT-6 with Rotoflex, and begin to wcheck your Strombergs

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If You Are Willing To Spent Your Cash! — The Spitfire is a little gem to behold, but be prepaired! the suspension system is similar to the late 70's early 80's Skodas -and spareparts from other places than the UK are hard top obtain, and its been 12-15 years since i sold her with the 3thd engine upgrade..... but thats another story...

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David writes:
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4

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Overdrive, softtop

Cons

Poor brakes, wonky suspension, weak chassis

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Great Fun But Awful To Drive — A great little run-around. Bit of an old ladies sportscar but still good fun. Drove all the way to Cape Wrath and down to Doncaster. It got nicked once but was returned in one piece. Exhaust fell off.

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1980 Triumph Spitfire Reviews

Fun On Occasion By Patrick

Insanely fun car to drive. Corners flatter than anything else I have ever been in. Unfortunately it isn't sized for anyone much over 5'10", so I find it difficult to drive for long periods of tim... Read More

Loved The Triumph! By Joe1055

Bought this in the summer of '96 (thanks Pat Culkin) and drove it every damn day. I wasn't too good at driving a stick and this was a tough stick to drive. I can remember driving home on he L.I.E. aft... Read More

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1979 Triumph Spitfire Reviews

Just As Reliable As Any Newer Vehicle On The Road By jeraldp

I would personally jump in this vehicle and drive across country without a worry in the world. Great gas mileage while everything fuctional. beside the many lookers and offers I enjoy the look it best... Read More

Fun To Drive, Rare Convirtible By Coronajeep

Great get up and go for being a smaller 4 cyl, but pretty tiny & no room for almost anything except maybe a magazine of cds, i mean really, not even speakers anywhere!- i had to put some of my own boo... Read More

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1978 Triumph Spitfire Reviews

Sports Car Experience On An Economy By John

If you're a fan of the classic British Sportscar then this impractical and poorly designed car is for you. It leaves a lot to be desired in terms of handling and won't out accelerate most modern car... Read More

Great Summer Fun Sports Car. By riogrant

I bought this car for $4,500 in 1991 and it sat for many many years. I have fully restored it and added many custom parts including a new carb from PRI Performance Research Industries. The carb is a... Read More

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1977 Triumph Spitfire Reviews

Sporty, Convertible. By judge_roy

The exhaust manifold was cracked about the egr valve. paper engine cover was repaced with a plastic one. Wife sewed up seat covers. Used it for my commute from oakland to sonoma, daily over an hour ... Read More

Love It Good Project For Me By Michael

Wiring has to be replaced. other than that a blast to drive. Finding reverse was difficult. Wish it had a 5-6 speed. initial cost not bad but parts get pricey in a hurry. can be hard to get in and ... Read More

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1976 Triumph Spitfire Reviews

Great Little Car ! By dcl65cuda

Looks great, drives great, fun to work on, but invest in alot of Lock-tight. Shortest turning radius. I've talked to people who said they have done circles, and even figure 8's in their basements wit... Read More

7 Great Summers And Still Going.... By Daniel

What can i say.... it's a british car..... every british owner out there will know what this means... you trully have to love your ride... but man what a fun ride it is !!! Just installed the monza... Read More

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