Created by Californian, Bill Devin, in 1956. Early cars were molded from an Ermini 375 sport. It closely resembled the Ferrari Monza 750, built by Scagletti. Early Devin ads referred to the fiberglass kits as Devin Monza. I clearly recall these kits advertised in 1950's car magazines for $295. Teenage dreams.
Purchased 2/05 sight unseen from Wisconsin seller. Car arrived needing everything. Bought replacement for rusted out frame and powder-coated it. Bought replacement TR3 and Alderman Machine built a race-ready engine. Brakes rebuilt by White Post. Moss headers coated by Jet Hot. Fuel cell by ATX.
At the time of purchase, the object was to vintage race. As years passed, enthusiasm for that enterprise cooled.
|“Rare Devin TR3 1956, race built engine, paint good, interior spartan, gauge package needs to be made operational. Runs and drives. Carpet rudimentary. Set up for driver under 6' tall. Lights and turn signal operational.” |
| Year: || 1956 || VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): || None |
| Mileage: || 0 || Transmission: || Manual |
| Make: || Triumph || Body Type: || Convertible |
| Model: || Devin || Warranty: || Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty |
| Trim: || N/A || Vehicle Title: || Rebuilt, Rebuildable & Reconstructed |
| Engine: || 4 cylinder || Options: || None |
| Drive Type: || RWD || Safety Features: || N/A |
| Power Options: || N/A || Sub Model: || N/A |
| Fuel Type: || Gasoline || Exterior Color: || Silver |
| For Sale By: || Private Seller || Interior Color: || Black |
| Disability Equipped: || No || Number of Cylinders: || 4 |
| Drive Side: || Left-hand drive |