"As of the summer of 1967, the Triumph TR 5 became the successor to the Triumph TR 4A. The roadster, designed by Michelotti in Italy,
differed from its predecessor externally only through the additional chrome trim on its sides and a
few other small details. In order
to meet the exhaust emission standards of the extremely important US market at that time, the TR5 was offered in the US with two
Stromberg carburettors instead of petrol injection, under the model designation TR 250. The most conspicuous optical feature of the TR
250 was definitely the transverse rally strip on the bonnet, which makes it unmistakable among Triumph roadsters to this day."
This model is hand painted and polished to a beautiful finish and has a sealed body. Resin models are exceptionally accurate of scale, shape and detail. Each model is created using a variety of production processes, to achieve this precision. They are produced using a composite material referred to in the industry as “resin”. Photo etched parts, die-cutting, tampo printing and waterslide decals are often used for a most authentic replication.