Matt Bell on 29th August 2019
A popular choice on both sides of the Atlantic, this smart-looking two-seater is still winning hearts today. We look at what makes the ever-zestful TR4 tick and how to buy a good one.
Glenn Rowswell on 4th May 2018
Here’s an advert aimed at American buyers of British-built sports cars. In this case, however, the emphasis was on aftermarket accessories rather than the car itself, boasting that “the Amco-equipped TR4 clearly reflects ownership pride!”
Glenn Rowswell on 17th April 2018
The TR4 swapped from SU carburettors to Strombergs in 1962. The SU company was owned by rival maker BMC which no doubt prompted the move. It was also rumoured that MG was paying half as much for its carburettors as Standard-Triumph...
wp-admin on 5th February 2017
Offering a delightful mix of Italian styling and British roadster values, the TR4 and TR4A have never been a more popular buy.