Made to last, our Triumph TR4"A" interior trim and upholstery restoration kits are manufactured to the highest levels of quality and workmanship from our manufacturing unit based in the Cotswolds, UK. We do not supply any mechanical, engine or bodywork parts - instead choosing to purely focus on the manufacture and supply interior related products including the trim panels, seat covers, carpet flooring kits, and convertible soft top hoods. This dedication to our craft has led us to become one of the most highly regarded classic car restoration manufacturing firms in the world.
With unrivalled knowledge of original specifications, all the correct HF/RF tooling to replicate the original panel designs - coupled with the widest range of colours and materials for those seeking a more bespoke finish - John Skinner Ltd are the favoured choice for both amateur enthusiasts, as well as professional trimmers and restoration companies all over the globe; and have been for over four decades.
Don't just take our word for it - we have plenty of customers willing to show and prove the quality of our products and kits...
Our customer’s cars
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We love to see and share our customer's restoration projects. Here are just some of our kits gracing the interiors of customer's cars from all over the world.
(Note: Some images may showcase a different model of car, with shared interior trim parts to the model page being viewed)
Build your own online quotation, specific to your car and restoration requirements.
Unsure on what colours and materials you require? Not a problem…to start with, just give us a basic idea of your restorations choices – the rest can be discussed later.
Add items to your quotation commitment free, with no payment required!
All choices can be altered and changed at a later date if you wish.
The more details you can provide us with at the time of submitting your quotation, the more efficiently we can process your enquiry. This includes shipping & billing details, although no payment will be taken at this stage.
Submit your quotation online. This is not an order confirmation or commitment to purchase – this is the information we will use to ensure you have selected the correct and most appropriate items for your specific restoration.
We’ll be in touch! Within 48-72 hours of receiving your quotation, we will be back in touch to discuss and confirm the finer details of your trim requirements. At this stage we will also arrange to send material colour swatch cuttings, if required.
Please note that there were production inconsistencies during this period, so colours should be chosen on individual basis.
|PAINT COLOUR||INTERIOR TRIM COLOUR OPTIONS||SOFT TOP OPTIONS|
|Black||Black, Red (“Matador Red”)||TBC|
|New White||Black, Red (“Matador Red”)||TBC|
|Royal Blue||Black, Blue (“Midnight Blue”)||White, Black|
|British Racing Green (BRG)||Black, Red (“Matador Red”)||TBC|
|Signal Red||Black, Red (“Matador Red”)||White, Black|
|Wedgwood Blue||Blue (”Midnight Blue”)||TBC|
|Triumph Racing Green (Conifer Green)||Black||TBC|
Information from: Piggott, B. (1991) Original Trimph TR – The Restorer’s Guide to TR2, TR3, TR3a, TR4, TR4A, TR5, TR250, TR6, Bideford: Bay View Books Ltd.
Triumph TR4A “IRS” Original Colours supplied by John Skinner Ltd
It is widely accepted that the interpretation of original shades varies depending on who you ask – and may well have varied from the original factory production line. As a result, John Skinner Ltd offers multiple shade options for each original colour.
Colour names refer to internal John Skinner Ltd colour names, not necessarily the names Triumph originally used for these colours.
We can also offer non-original custom colour schemes if you so desire. Please see our online shop for more details.
As part of the quotation/ordering process, we will arrange for samples to be sent for final confirmation – so browse and shop with complete peace of mind, knowing that we will guide you through step-by-step with all the information you require.
A note on Piping/Beading
Triumph TR4A models originally featured White Piping on the majority of cars that left the factory production line, with a few recorded instances of Piping matching the main trim colour.
We can also offer the largest range of non-standard “bespoke” colours schemes for those looking for a more customised finish.