TR-3... . spoooge. ... . four cylinders with three main bearings, agricultural. It's all you can do to get both of your feet in to foot-well; toe-heeling goes without saying. Impossible to enter without first sitting down on the seat, with you feet on the pavement, and then rotating on your butt while pulling your feet into the vehicle. Made great engine noises!
But it's hard to say, from this angle, if this is a TR-3, or a TR-3A. It could be a TR-2. The grille on the 3A was full width of the front fascia.
Yes, Dad's was a 58 TR3A (full width grille, all upgrades) and while it wasn't the highest tech of cars - that's what the reliable British cars WERE, simple. Probably why Lotus uses Toyota engines now, they've gone full circle.
I'm finished walking down memory lane, retire at will.