British Bonanza: Collection of MGs and Triumphs

This is one of those cases where a picture certainly is worth a thousand words, as there’s a lot to say about this stash of British classics in what looks like a gigantic Quonset hut somewhere in Louisville, Kentucky…. more»

Free British Roadster! 1964 Triumph Spitfire

Here’s a follow up to the other post we shared earlier with a free Triumph GT6: an also free Triumph MK4 Spitfire convertible, apparently found on the same Washington property where a prior owner abandoned the vehicles. Amazingly, despite… more»

Free Sports Car! 1970 Triumph GT6

I still dream of buying a property someday that has old vehicles left behind from a previous owner, and hopefully find among them either a project I had been pining to own or a vehicle that could be sold… more»

Running Barn Find: 1964 Triumph Spitfire

$9,500 seems like a fair deal for a rust-free, bondo-free Triumph Spitfire that runs under its own power, and comes with the factory hardtop. The seller claim this specimen was hiding out in a New Hampshire barn before he… more»

No Reserve: 1964 Triumph TR4

Classic British sports cars remain a firm favorite amongst people who want to tackle a hands-on restoration. It is easy to see why because their engineering and construction are generally relatively uncomplicated, meaning that most tasks can be tackled… more»

No Reserve – 1973 Triumph TR-6

This 1973 Triumph TR6 is being sold here on eBay at no reserve. The pictures indicate that this is a nice example of the venerable British sports car. With one day remaining in the auction, the TR6 is bid… more»

No Reserve Roadster: 1967 Triumph TR4A

When the Triumph TR4 first broke cover, people were surprised by how much more aggressive its styling was when compared to its predecessors. It received an update when the TR4A was introduced in 1965, and while the cosmetic changes… more»

Alleyway Find: 1972 Triumph Stag

I have covered quite a few British sports cars for Barn Finds. Topping the list are MGs of all ilks, Triumph TR4s, and a few Jaguars thrown in for good measure. Today, however, is a first for me in… more»

Dependable Driver: 1965 Triumph TR4A

Right off the bat, this Triumph hit me as a driver. The seller says it does drive and is used for weekend motoring. It’s not perfect, it has some bumps and bruises and a fair finish at best. And… more»

We Bought A 1961 Triumph TR4!

For those of you that have been with us for a while, you might know that we have a soft spot for British Roadsters. We’ve owned more than a few, but we decided to give German sports cars a… more»

Barn-Stored For 28 Years: 1973 Triumph GT6 Mk III

In 1989, the person who owned this 1973 Triumph GT6 Mk III parked it in the upstairs section of a wooden barn. It sat largely forgotten and surrounded by furniture and bric-a-brac until it was unearthed in 2017. Remarkably,… more»

One of 330 Made: Wrecked 1960 Triumph Italia 2000

This unusual 1960 Triumph Italia 2000 coupe is one of just 330 cars made, penned by renowned designer Giovanni Michelotti and assembled atop a Triumph TR3 chassis. The design is still striking today, and one we rarely see in… more»

TR6-Powered 1964 Triumph Sports 6

Standard-Triumph did a lot of mix-n-match work with platforms and drivetrains in the 1960s, but one of the combinations they¬†didn’t produce was the Herald/Vitesse/Sports 6 platform with their largest 2498 cc inline six engine. That hasn’t stopped enthusiasts from… more»

True Barn Find: 1957 Triumph TR3

Apart from the fuzzy pictures, this is my favorite kind of barn find! This 1957 Triumph TR3 appears to be pleasingly original, and its “rescuer” has gone through some of the difficult work necessary to get the car running… more»

No Reserve Garage Find: 1965 Triumph Spitfire

This 1965 Triumph Spitfire is the stereotypical “one owner, little old lady” classic. The original owner recently passed away, and the seller purchased it from her estate. It runs and drives, and it appears that it wouldn’t take a… more»

Huge Stash Of British Sports Cars for $13k!

Before it gets much colder, you should plan to head to upstate New York – the lakes region, specifically – if you want to snatch up a batch of British classics seemingly tucked into a garage and forgotten. The… more»