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Triumph Tr2 Tr3 Tr3a Complete Water Pump And Housing on

US $30.00

Louisville, Kentucky, United States

Louisville, Kentucky, United States
Condition:Used Brand:N/A Warranty:No

I have 1 Water Pump and housing for a Triumph TR3

It has an older silver finish, Has been shelved for many years in this state.

Unsure of its mechanical condition, it appears to be in good condition, but has not been installed in many years.

No Pits or broken tabs.

Has some weight to it.

In good condition in my opinion.

Grease fitting in great condition.

Spins freely, no noise or grinding.

 Not sure what other cars this Water Pump will fit.

Thanks for looking!

I ALSO have some parts fitting :Triumph 1954-1961 TR2, TR3, TR3A:


top frame

tr2 & tr3 small mouth nose

trunk 54-61 TR2, TR2, TR3A

doors 54-61 TR2, TR2, TR3A

rear driver fender 54-61 TR2, TR2, TR3A

5 wheels 54-61 TR2, TR2, TR3A

hood tr3 2 slot 56-59

5sp conv from quantum mech ford type 9 gearbox 54-61 TR2, TR2, TR3A

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