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  • 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...

  • 10 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE TRIUMPH HERALD / VITESSE

    10 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE TRIUMPH HERALD / VITESSE

    Glenn Rowswell on 15th November 2017

    Triumph produced a winner with the Herald and built on the success with the six-cylinder Vitesse. Variants include saloons, convertibles, estates and vans and the Herald’s chassis on frame construction means that restoring one these very useable cars is well within the bounds of a keen DIY owner...

  • TRIUMPH VITESSE BUYER’S GUIDE

    TRIUMPH VITESSE BUYER’S GUIDE

    Glenn Rowswell on 30th October 2017

    Largely based on the four-cylinder, friendlier-faced Herald, the Vitesse arrived in 1962 with a useful injection of performance from its 1.6-litre straight tsix – an engine which itself would go on to power a whole range of exciting Triumph sports cars in slowly increasing displacements, while the Vitesse itself eventually benefited from a two-litre version. ..