$2,500 – Gainesville, GA:

“This is a rare car. I have owned a few over the years and bought this one for my son. I am not going to let this be his first car though. It deserves to be preserved.
I am the second owner.
Car was purchased new in Atlanta. It is in overall good shape for its age
It is very solid. No rust. Original paint,and interior. This car is well preserved. The paint would need to be repainted to be really nice, but it’s worth more because it has never been wrecked in my opinion.
Since bringing it out of hibernation it has new brakes, new clutch master, and slave cylinder, new tires, new top,new battery.
One of The wheels leaked down so it has the spare tire on the front.
Included is a box of new parts:
Gaskets, vacuum hoses, brackets etc.
This car is a 5 speed , 4 cylinder
And came with factory Air Conditioning. The compressor seized from sitting so currently not working.
Clear title in my name
I have all the records from when the car was new.
All factory books, and even the original Window Sticker.
This is truly a time capsule.
I have 2 other convertibles and just can’t keep 3 around.
The fuel gauge is not working and when I filled the tank full it was leaking at the top part of the tank . For now I just don’t fill the tank all the way up if it’s just going to be sitting.
Among enthusiasts the tr7 gets mixed reviews. It’s not as fast and sporty as the tr6 but it’s nadtolgic in its own way. This one particular I think since it has all the history with it and has been taken good care of.

1980 triumph TR7
condition: fair
cylinders: 4 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 73000
paint color: white
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: convertible”

Source: https://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/cto/d/1980-triumph-tr7/6711315472.html