Triumph For Sale


Triumph sports cars for sale. Used Triumph cars available for sale from individuals and dealers from around the country.

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Triumph : TR 6 ROADSTER 6 1972 triumph tr 6 roadster hardtop soft top low original miles Triumph : TR 6 ROADSTER 6 1972 triumph tr 6 roadster hardtop soft top low original miles $13,200.00
Triumph : TR 6 N/A 1973 triumph tr 6 white with factory overdrive and non factory hardtop Triumph : TR 6 N/A 1973 triumph tr 6 white with factory overdrive and non factory hardtop $12,900.00
Triumph : Other TR6 1971 triumph tr 6 royal blue exterior new suspension and full documentation Triumph : Other TR6 1971 triumph tr 6 royal blue exterior new suspension and full documentation $9,955.00
Triumph : Other TR4 1964 triumph tr 4 Triumph : Other TR4 1964 triumph tr 4 $33,500.00
Triumph : TR 6 DELUXE 1976 triumph tr 6 arizona car from new Triumph : TR 6 DELUXE 1976 triumph tr 6 arizona car from new $15,000.00
Triumph : Other triumph 1959 triumph tr 10 estate wagon Triumph : Other triumph 1959 triumph tr 10 estate wagon $10,500.00
Triumph : Other 2 DOOR 1960 triumph tr 3 a needs restores complete Triumph : Other 2 DOOR 1960 triumph tr 3 a needs restores complete $4,050.00
Triumph : Tiger 1973 triumph tiger 750 cc motorcycle model tr 7 rv 5 speed Triumph : Tiger 1973 triumph tiger 750 cc motorcycle model tr 7 rv 5 speed $5,000.00
Triumph : TR 6 1975 red tr 6 will export Triumph : TR 6 1975 red tr 6 will export $8,995.00
Triumph : Other 1957 triumph tr 3 small mouth Triumph : Other 1957 triumph tr 3 small mouth $9,000.00

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Triumph Motor Company began in 1897 as the Triumph Cycle Company by Siegfried Bettmann. In 1902, it began creating motorcycles along with their original bicycles. Most of what they manufactured at this time was from used parts; however, by 1907 they had moved their plants and began creating their own parts. During World War I, they received several orders for their 550 cc Model H from the British Army. by 1918, they were the largest motorcycle maker in Britain.

In 1919, Claude Holbrook joined as general manager and by 1921 suggested that Bettmann purchased the assets of Dawson Car Company. After this purchase was made, production began on the 1.4-liter model by the name of Triumph 10/20. The design was the creation of Lea-Francis who received a royalty of every car sold. In 1927, the Triumph Super 7 was unveiled and was sold until 1934.

1930 brought the new name of Triumph Motor Company. At this time, Triumph Motor Company was using used engines with designs from Coventry Climax. In 1937, they began to create their own designs by Donald Healey who was assigned the position of experimental manager in 1934.

In 1936, financial troubles were seen which caused the sale of the bicycle and motorcycle business. Healey purchased an Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 and created a new car with an Alfa inspired straight 8 engine which was named Triumph Dolomite.

In July 1939, the company went into receivership and everything was offered for sale. T.W. Ward purchased the company and gave Healey the position of general manager. However, World War II stopped all production of cars as it did for many European car manufacturers. The factory was totally destroyed by bombs in 1940.

After the war, Triumph Motor Company along with the brand name was purchased by Standard Motor Company in 1944. A subsidiary was created by the name of Triumph Motor Company. The new models of Triumph had no design similar to the pre-war era. As early as 1946, the new model seen was the Triumph 1800 Roadster. Steel was in short supply during this time and aluminum was used for the body.

In the 1950’s, the Triumph name began to be used on sports cars and saloons. In 1953, the Triumph TR2 was unveiled and was manufactured until 1955. The Triumph TR3 was built from 1955-1957. 40,253 Triumph TR4 cars were built from 1961-1965. The Triumph TR250 and TR5 was built from 1967-1968. The Triumph TR6 was manufactured from 1969-1976, and was followed by the Triumph TR7 from 1974-1981. The more powerful Triumph TR8 was built from 1977 to 1978. The Triumph Spitfire was built from 1962 through 1980.



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