1968 Triumph SpitfireReview
Mk3 Triumph Spitfire — performance well from a 1300 40 year old engine it wasnt grease lightening but on the long and bendy b roads it put plenty of smiles on my face.plenty of squeaks and rattles but thats character isnt it?the mk3 is the best looking of all the spitfires,interior is basic but functional but plenty of after market add ons to improve looks and comfort.car is relatively cheap to run and maintain but body panels are becoming expensive.All in all if you want somthing different and wind in your hair than this is the car for you.
Pros: fun little car
Cons: none really
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