Triumph GT6 Stash Coming To Auction!

The owner of this GT6 graveyard has loved Triumphs for years, but they have decided to move on to something else. So, they are listing one car for sale at a time and plan on finishing… more»

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BF EXCLUSIVE: 1946 Triumph 1800 Roadster

Immediately after the Second World War, British manufacturers were desperate to export vehicles. The fact that many American servicemen came home with MG TCs wasn’t lost on Sir John Black, head of Standard-Triumph, and the result… more»

BF EXCLUSIVE: 1979 Triumph Spitfire

If you’ve been on the hunt for a classic that just needs a good cleaning to be a fun driver, this Spitfire might be the car for you! These car’s are dead simple to work on,… more»

Ur-TR: 1955 Triumph TR2

For all we see at most car events where British sports cars gather, Triumph’s roadster lineage may as well have started with the TR3, but it stands to reason that before there was a 3, there… more»

Classics In The Hedge: Yard Finds In Surrey

We reported a few weeks ago about an enthusiast in Michigan that was forced to clear out his collection of project and parts cars. This is not a phenomenon unique to the overzealous zoning boards found… more»

BF EXCLUSIVE: 1967 Triumph T120

Triumph built some great motorcycles, but you don’t see many of their bikes here on American roads. This particular example was purchased by the seller back in 1978 while they were stationed in Scotland. It saw… more»

No, Alex, You Can’t! 1970 Triumph GT6+

My son-in-law Alex loves Triumph GT6s, especially the early 1966 to 1970 “round tail” cars. Of those, while each year has it’s favorites, the later GT6+ is considered by many the ultimate GT6. This one is… more»

Just a Badge, Man: 1978 Triumph Spitfire

Triumph Spitfires certainly have spent plenty of time on the track, whether it’s a professional road course or weekend cone-chasing with the local autocross club. The seller of this rough ’78 Spitfire thinks he has a… more»

The Right Kind Of IRS: 1967 Triumph TR4A

The acronym IRS doesn’t usually conjure positive thoughts and feelings, but in this case it’s actually a good thing. This Triumph TR4A is equipped with the independent rear suspension or IRS. It was discovered in a… more»

It Will Buff Out: 1979 Triumph TR7 Drophead

What’s orange on the outside and blue on the inside? Well, this TR7 listed on eBay is, unless, of course, it’s really red. It’s claimed to have only 17,531 miles and is located inĀ Salem, Oregon. (Anyone… more»

Lost to the Jungle: 1965 Triumph Herald

Perhaps best known for its stint as a sailboat in an old Top GearĀ episode, the Triumph Herald is rarely seen today in project form. A quick check of craigslist reveals some recently deleted ads and one… more»

Black Widow: 1980 TR7 Spider For $900!

Black widow bites are much more unusual than you’d think. So are folks that are “bitten” by the Triumph TR7. Much maligned both during it’s time and since, in reality by the time the TR7 exited… more»

BF AUCTION: 1957 Triumph TR3

There’s still some summer left to enjoy so why not do it a British roadster? There are lots of options when sports car shopping, but the TR3 should be at the top of everyone’s list. They… more»