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  • TRIUMPH 2000/2500 BUYER’S GUIDE

    TRIUMPH 2000/2500 BUYER’S GUIDE

    Matt Bell on 9th November 2018

    The last of the independently developed Triumph saloons, the 2000 and 2500 make for stylish and unusual transport today. Here's what you need to know before buying one.

  • MARKET TRENDS – CONVERTIBLE TRIUMPHS

    MARKET TRENDS – CONVERTIBLE TRIUMPHS

    Glenn Rowswell on 8th October 2018

    The Spitfire is a throwback to the typical petit British sports car aimed at the enthusiast who wanted to have fun. It’s a Le Mans class winning, stylish sports car with a good following today...

  • MARKET TRENDS – OPEN TOP TRIUMPHS

    MARKET TRENDS – OPEN TOP TRIUMPHS

    Glenn Rowswell on 24th September 2018

    The Stag was built with the idea of being a luxury grand tourer, going head to head with the likes of Mercedes with its SL models. It started life though as a styling experiment, which was cut and shaped from a 1963/4 Triumph 2000 pre-production car...

  • TRIUMPH TR6 VS BMW Z3

    TRIUMPH TR6 VS BMW Z3

    Glenn Rowswell on 27th April 2018

    Welcome to Old School vs New School where we visit the controversial subject of traditional classics compared to their more youthful equivalents. This time, the Triumph TR6 versus the BMW Z3…

  • TOP 9 TRIUMPH TR FACTS

    TOP 9 TRIUMPH TR FACTS

    Glenn Rowswell on 17th April 2018

    The TR4 swapped from SU carburettors to Strombergs in 1962. The SU company was owned by rival maker BMC which no doubt prompted the move. It was also rumoured that MG was paying half as much for its carburettors as Standard-Triumph...

  • TRIUMPH HERALD & VITESSE BUYER’S GUIDE

    TRIUMPH HERALD & VITESSE BUYER’S GUIDE

    Glenn Rowswell on 16th March 2018

    With its separate-chassis design, multiple body styles and even the option of six-cylinder power in Vitesse guise, the Herald was a car that always stood out from the crowd. We explain what to look for when buying one in the 21st century...