This Stag is 1 of 2,871 imported to the United States between 1970 and 1977. Triumph only produced 25,877 Stags between 1970 and 1977. The Stag was designed to compete with the SL class Mercedes Benz. Triumph built these cars with their 3.0 liter V8. While many Stags had their power train replaced, this Stag has its original Triumph engine which was rebuilt 3 years ago and has only 2,000 post rebuild miles. The interior has just been updated with new carpet and door panels. Other features include AM/FM radio (original), Smith gauges, power windows, power steering, and power brakes. The power steering rack has just been replaced as the original rack was leaking power steering fluid. The top disappears into a tonneau cover and has a factory installed padded t-bar roll bar. The body paint is 20 years old and is the original color code 82, called Carmine. The frame has surface rust and has little undercoat remaining but has no corrosion. Call Cville Classic Cars for details.