Presented in a vibrant shade of Mimosa with a Black interior, this 1973 (final year of U.S.designated Stags) Triumph Stag Auto Roadster displaying a very low 26,XXX from new, is a storied piece of automotive machinery. Designed by one of automotive's most notable Italian motorcar designers, Giovanni Michelotti, during a period where he was also designing Ferraris; to which is known as the ultra-prolific, Enzo-Era. Not only was the Stag designed by a prominent designer, but it was also piloted by James Bond in the 1971 film, Diamonds Are Forever (with the movie car also donning a brilliant shade of Yellow).
Production was relatively small, with an estimated 25,939 units being produced from 1970 to 1978; it was only available for the U.S. market from 1971 to 1973. For the 1973 model year, an estimated 4,504 examples were produced, out of those, only 2,057 were automatics and within that specified number, only 567 were exported.
Upon viewing this alluring motorcar, you're welcomed by an eye-catching exterior displayed in a dashing shade of Mimosa (Yellow), a body-colored removable hardtop, select exterior surfaces in Chrome (such as the front and rear bumpers, T-Bar trim, gas cap, and front grille), stainless steel exhaust tips, and wire wheels. The cabin features Black Ambla surface areas, light wood inlays, Chrome and Aluminum adorned on select interior surface areas (to include the gauge trim, steering wheel spokes, and door handle), and a 3-spoke steering wheel.
Underneath the bonnet lies its Triumph 3.0-liter (2997 cc) V8 engine that when new, produced 145 horsepower and 170lb-ft of torque and is mated to a 3-speed, automatic transmission while having the power remitted to the rear wheels. For additional information regarding this very alluring 1973 Triumph Stag Roadster, call and/or text us now at (516) 888-9000!