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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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
In period it was dubbed the poor man’s E-type, but can the Canley classic really be compared with Jaguar’s finest?
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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
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Owned locally to us for the past 14 years. Meticulously cared for throughout the years and complete with two large thick history files with detailed receipts of work carried out throughout the decades. There is even documented spread sheets listing service history and work completed dating all the way back to 1985. Engine fully rebuilt to stage 3 specification. Gearbox, overdrive, suspension, brak
2.5L INLINE-6, 4SPD TRANS, PWR BRAKE, FUN 2 DRIVE, QUINTESSENTIAL BRITISH, NICE! For many, the Triumph TR6 is the pinnacle of the traditional British roadster. It has a powerful inline six motor and fully independent suspension, so it`s the perfect mix of vintage, nimble, and fun – all for quite an obtainable price. While all classic British roadsters are attractive, the deep red seen on this on
IMPRESSIVE SPITFIRE, STRAIGHT SHEETMETAL, NICE PAINT & INTERIOR, REBUILT 1.3 I4 A 1973 Triumph Spitfire like this is all about providing the lightweight classic open-top sports car sensation that other classics do. But the money you save on this economical machine keeps the smile on your face a bit wider. In fact, it`s hard not to smile just looking at this Spitfire. It was resorted during its lif