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Triumph 1300 1965-1976

Triumph 1300

1965 Triumph 1300

Triumph 1300

1965 Triumph 1300

TR2 Sports Cars 1953-1955

Triumph TR2

1953 Triumph TR2

TR2

1953 Triumph TR2

Triumph 2000 1963-1977

Triumph 2000

Triumph 2000

Triumph 2000

Triumph 2000

TR3 Sports Cars 1955-1961

Triumph TR3

Triumph TR3

Triumph TR3

Triumph TR3

Triumph TR3

Triumph TR3 interior

Triumph TR3a

Triumph TR3a

TR4 Sports Cars 1961-1967

Triumph TR4a

Triumph TR4a

Triumph TR4a

Triumph TR4a

Triumph TR4

Triumph TR4

TR6 Sports Cars 1969-1976

Triumph TR6 PI

Triumph TR6 PI

Triumph TR6 PI

1969 Triumph TR6 PI

Triumph GT6 -1966-1973

Triumph GT6

1966 Triumph GT6

Triumph GT6

1966 Triumph GT6

Triumph Herald 1959-1970

1960 Triumph Herald

1960 Triumph Herald

1960 Triumph Herald

1960 Triumph Herald

Herald Coupe

1960 Triumph Herald Coupé

62 Herald

1962 Triumph Herald

Triumph Mayflower 1949-1953

Triumph Mayflower 1949-1953

Mayflower

Triumph Mayflower

TRIUMPH MAYFLOWER, 1247cc, 1949-1953 Little sister to the 1800 and Renown razor-edge saloons, this quality-built and individual car doesn't yet seem to have achieved the "cult car" status predicted for it by some. The side-valve engine stems from the Standard 10.

Triumph Roadster & TRX

1948 Triumph Roadster

1948 Triumph Roadster 2000

Image courtesy of the Triumph Roadster Club secretary.

1949 Triumph Roadster 2000

1949 Triumph Roadster 2000

The advertisement for the Roadster 2000 appeared on the cover of Motor magazine in 1949. It replaced the 1800 cc unit.

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