The TR3A, introduced in 1957, continued the front disc brakes and 1,991cc engine of its predecessor but with an increase to 100 brake horsepower. Other changes were essentially refinements. Outside door handles replacing the inner pull cords and side curtain flaps permitted better weather sealing. The wider grille improved cooling and, some say, along with more integrated headlights enhanced the TR3A's appearance. At $2,675 POE in the United States it was a very effective competitor to the 72hp MG A and $3,000+ Austin-Healey. This is a fully equipped example restored to show quality condition in black with black leather upholstery piped in white, a black vinyl top, chrome wire wheels with Dunlop radial blackwall tires, fender and door mirrors, banjo spoke steering wheel, wind wings, sun visors, wood shift knob, headlight stone guards, tonneau cover, a full set of tools and its correct jack. A stereo radio has been mounted up under the dashboard on the transmission tunnel. Whether for showing proudly in the next British Car Day or for an enjoyable spin through country lanes this is a satisfying and rewarding sense of the British sports car experience in the late Fifties.