We have been commissioned alongside TR Enterprises to build a tool room recreation of the only Triumph SLR ever constructed. The SLR started life as a production bodied Triumph TR4 and was used in competition from new in 1962 into early 1964.
At this point Christopher Lawrence of Lawrencetune, working with renowned coach builders Williams & Pritchard carried out extensive modifications to the car mechanically, which was then mated to a streamlined all aluminium bodyshell to a design also seen on 3 Morgan chassis of the period and known, unsurprisingly as Morgan SLR’s.
The SLR Triumph saw varying grid results over the next 3 years, but has happily continued in competitive racing all the way through to the present day, being prepared and maintained by TR Enterprises who we believe are amongst the best in the business when it comes to running and preparing Triumphs for historic motor racing.
This project is not only a labour of love for us, but is also a great showcase of our exceptional skills in creating bespoke aluminium bodywork using our English wheel, along with our breadth of expertise in restoration. If you’d like to learn more, then please get in touch…