This Triumph Stag is a documented one-owner example, purchased new by Byron Webb as his personal car when his dealership, Webb Motors in Roanoke, VA, was a factory authorized Triumph dealer. Originally used for touring early on, and in recent years exercised only on Sunday morning drives to church, the 40,747 miles is original and correct. The Stag has spent its entire life in Mr. Webb's climate controlled garage, or on proud display in his dealership's showroom.
Maintained since new by Mr. Webb's factory trained mechanics, it presents in stunning condition. Having received meticulous, almost fanatical care and maintenance throughout its life, Mr. Webb's only changes from the original specifications were non-invasive upgrades that included a dual oil and temperature gauge in place of the original temperature gauge, a Crane XR-7000 electronic ignition, and a Rimmer Brothers radiator.
Upon purchase from Mr. Webb, we discovered the factory hardtop had never been removed. The original convertible top was resting in pristine, unused condition in its storage compartment behind the seat. The original Michelin spare tire still sits in the trunk, along with the original tool roll. All evidence points to this being the most original Stag in existence.
About Webb Motors:
Webb Motors was founded in the 1940s selling British engines and motorcycles. In 1955 the company moved to its current location in Roanoke, Virginia, and operated as a British Leyland dealership, continuing to do so through their demise. Nowadays, they offer restoration, repair, and sales of British cars, including those they sold new. Webb Motors is still run by the original owner, octogenarian Byron Webb, and his son-in-law Louie Cross.
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