TR4 PICTURES GALLERY
Only a few visible changes
occured on the Triumph TR4 during production period. Some details help
to spot the differences
between a 1961 TR4 and a later TR4 A. But to know if a TR4A is equipped
with a solid rear axle or independant rear suspension, you will have to
crawl under the car, unless there is an IRS badge on the bootlid.
- painted metal
- front grille
with front parking lamps,
Triumph front badge similar to TR3's,
Triumph TR4 A AND TR4A IRS
From 1965, rear end is modified
to accomodate the independant suspension. Therefore, cars exported to
North America keep the solid rear axle (TR4 A). On the other marketsla
the TR4A is known as A IRS
Independant Rear Suspension).
See how the Triumphs TR4A and A IRS
change from the earlier TR4 :
- new front grille : parking lamps deletion,
- new smaller front over-riders,
- side mouldings added on doors and front wings. Moulding ends on the
front fenders are completed with nice finishers where parking
lamps and side repeaters are located.
TR4A with new grille, world globe badge and small overriders.
This one is a TR4A IRS, as reads the
TR4 A's side mouldings end with the combined parking lamp / side
The "Surrey Top", a "targa" type hard top is a very appreciated option.
instruments with chrome bezels.
The wooden dashboard gives the TR4A a bit of luxury.
Engine and components are easy to reach in the engine bay.
SU carburettors, fitted to TR4s and early TR4A / A IRS.
Replaced by Strombergs on later cars.