Awaiting TLC: 1976 Triumph TR7 Victory Edition

Opinions about the Triumph TR7 have undergone a reformation. When it arrived on roads in 1974, it was often reviled. The Speke factory in Liverpool, where the car was first manufactured, was renowned for difficulties – often blamed on… more»

1 of 3,000: 1976 Triumph TR7 Victory Edition

U.K. car manufacturer British Leyland got the wheels turning on their Triumph TR7 creation back in 1974, and by the time the run was completed in late ’81 well over 100,000 of these wedge-shaped two-seaters had made their way… more»

Under Wraps 28 Years: 1977 Triumph TR7

When introduced in 1975, the TR7 was advertised as “the shape of things to come.” That boast was a nod to the car’s wedge-shaped appearance, a departure from the TR6 which many consider the last of the volume-produced traditional… more»

One-Owner Time Capsule: 1979 Triumph TR7

Introduced in 1975, the British-built Triumph TR7 was noted for its “wedge” shape design and promoted by the company as the “Shape of Thing to Come.” Together they enabled the sports car to quickly become the best-selling TR in… more»

Clean 1976 Triumph TR7

As far as little British sports cars go, pretty much par for the course is MG or Austin Healey. Triumph, in my opinion, especially the TR7, is underrated. The styling makes it look like a baby Lancia Stratos, and… more»

Same Owner 30 Years: 1980 Triumph TR7

The Triumph TR7 is a sports car built in the UK by Triumph and its successors from 1975-82. The car is characterized by the “wedge” shape and swage line sweeping down from the rear wing to just behind the… more»

30th Anniversary: 1979 Triumph TR7

Advertised as “the shape of things to come”, the Triumph TR7 is noted for its wedge-shape appearance and followed the TR6 which many consider the last of the volume-produced traditional British roadsters. It was introduced to the U.S. market… more»

No Reserve: 1979 Triumph TR7 Convertible

During its production run, Triumph produced 28,864 examples of the TR7 Convertible. The vast majority of these cars found their way to the US, but they are now a relatively rare sight on our roads. Early examples of the… more»

British Bargain? No Reserve 1979 Triumph TR7

If you’re looking for a British roadster, please tell me if this 1979 Triumph TR7 checks the right boxes – British Racing Green, rust-free, and low-mileage. Sounds like a good start to me. This TR7 was sent in by… more»

Ultra Cheap: 1978 Triumph TR7

We’ve seen some pretty inexpensive project cars over the years here at Barn Finds, but this 1978 Triumph TR7 has to rate amongst the cheapest. If you have always had a desire to take on one of these as… more»

Rust-Free Survivor: 1980 Triumph TR7 Drophead

The Triumph TR7 is a car that I find interesting because it was never intended to be released in convertible form. When the company finally yielded to buyer demand and followed that path, the resulting car turned out to… more»

Late Arrival: 1980 Triumph TR7 Spider Limited Edition

I am old enough to remember the excitement that was generated in the mainstream motoring press when the news first filtered through that Triumph was in the midst of developing a new and modern sports car. I can also… more»

Save Me From Myself! 1977 Triumph TR7

There are times when I post a find intentionally in the hopes that one of you intrepid readers buys it–and saves me from myself. This is one of those times! This beautiful Triumph TR7 has 106,000 miles on it,… more»

White Wedge: 1980 Triumph TR7 Convertible

This TR7 had led a very active life until about five years ago, when it was largely relegated to the car port and was only started when it was needed to be moved. It’s located with Dave in Middletown,… more»