Triumph started producing cars in 1923 having previously produced motorcycles. The car and motorcycle sides of the company were separated in 1936 with the car company going bankrupt in 1939. In 1945, Triumph was purchased by Standard and went onto produce many fine cars throughout the 1950s and 1960s. The Triumph name was dropped in 1984 and despite the occasional rumour has never returned.
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Don’t listen to all those prophets of doom who say that the Triumph Stag has nothing to offer. It’s a fabulous classic if you buy well
Triumph Stag Buying Guide
It may be the black sheep of the family, but the final TR iteration is also by far the most affordable – and it has a strong following
Triumph TR7 Buying Guide
Easy to work on, great fun to own and eminently usable, the Triumph Vitesse also offers charm at low prices, making it an ideal classic
Triumph Vitesse Buying Guide
The 1953 Triumph TR2 driven by Ken Richardson along the Jabbeke highway in Belgium in pursuit of a world record has been fully restored and is now up for sale
Record-breaking Jabbeke Triumph TR2 for sale!
Triumph for sale
I never thought much of the TR2 or TR3 until I drove on. It has the looks of a small Jaguar XK 120, but is actually so much more fun to drive. The feeling of being able to drive along a country road and being able to pick the flowers from the roadside without even getting out of the car is amazing. Exterior: The car looks stunning in this colour combination and these are the factory colours. An