Triumph Stag V8 Manual
The Triumph Stag was introduced in June 1970 with a unique 3.0-litre V8 engine. The Mark II Stag arrived in February 1973 with many revisions. The Stag had its best annual sales in that year with almost 5500 buyers and the model’s future looked particularly bright if road tests at the time were to be believed. Most pundits praised Triumph’s new V8 for its style, refinement and quality, plus its fine touring ability. Five decades on and you can now add durability!
The number plate tells you that this car first hit the road in 1973 and has spent its entire life in Jersey, for some time in the hands of a local politician. Boasting a manual gearbox, this Stag is a little more spritely than our other offering, providing a good sense of speed without actually travelling too fast. 4-seater cruising at its best, the burbling V8 exhaust note is intoxicating and helps provide that feeling of being in a classic ‘70’s British sports car.
- V8 carburetted petrol engine
- 2997cc developing 145 BHP
- 4-speed manual gearbox
- 2+2 seating with belts front & rear
- Factory roll bar with convertible hood
- Power steering
- Mimosa yellow with black interior
- Stero fitted
- This car is powerful, so please take care especially in wet weather and drive with care, remembering Jersey speed limits which have 15 mph, 20 mph, 30 mph zones and a maximum of 40 mph.
- Please refer to hire terms and conditions regarding mechanical damage.
Price per day £175