Triumph

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»

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1970 Triumph GT6+ Project

While a Triumph Spitfire is not exactly an everyday sighting anymore, the GT6 hatchback version is that much more infrequently encountered. But an encountering has in fact occurred with this 1970 example which is located in Phoenix, Arizona. Definitely… more»

Only 13K Miles! No Reserve 1979 Triumph TR7

It looks a bit like a doorstop on wheels. And they aren’t always that fondly recalled but they certainly made a visual statement. And there is something to be said, wistfully, as the car in question was the last… more»

V8 Rarity: 1980 Triumph TR8 Convertible

The iconic British wedge that was the Triumph TR7 wasn’t necessarily a home run when introduced, though it certainly remains a favorite among British car enthusiasts. And really, it’s hard to go wrong with one of these cheap classics,… more»

Original Survivor: 1963 Triumph TR3B

The owner of this 1963 Triumph TR3B purchased the car approximately 10-years-ago. He chose not to restore the vehicle, but to retain it as an original survivor. It runs and drives and is ready to be enjoyed immediately. Alternatively,… more»

Massive Triumph Only Liquidation!

At one time, if you needed a Triumph car part or even a whole car, apparently Triumphs Only in Stockton, California had the market cornered. The seller says they were in business for 40 years and the amount of… more»

Huge Stash of British Cars (and Others)

Every now and then you run up on a cache of cars and wonder how they came to be. Such is the case with this gathering of upwards of 50 cars (that I can count) which are largely British… more»

Stunning Topaz: 1975 Triumph TR6

The Triumph TR6 is an often overlooked British sports car. The TR6 is a great option for the buyer that is looking for the classic throaty six-cylinder sound but does not have the budget for a big Healey or… 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»

Crate Engine Swap: 1973 Triumph Stag

Owning a Triumph Stag usually means sitting on a knife’s edge, waiting for something expensive to go wrong with its unique V8 engine. That shouldn’t be an issue with this 1973 model, as it now sports a bulletproof American… more»

Sports Car Survivor: 1979 Triumph TR7

You’d be forgiven if the Triumph TR7 doesn’t exactly jump off the page at you anymore, as they’ve been an entry level classic car for years. Sometimes, like any vintage vehicle that has been popular for ages, like an… more»

Runs And Drives: 1971 Triumph GT6

Now here’s a car that’s alive with possibilities, a 1971 Triumph GT6 “for restoration or driving” (not both?) here on eBay in Crescent Valley, Nevada with a minimum bid of $2,500. No one’s bid yet.

Super-Low-Miles? 1958 Triumph TR3

Vintage British tin has emerged as collectible classics that don’t have as much of a ridiculously high cost of entry, as compared to many other genres. This particular example is up for sale right now, here on craigslist in… more»

British Bargain? $900 1973 Triumph Stag

This 1973 Triumph Stag is a seriously cheap opportunity to own a short-lived British grand tourer that featured a SOHC V8 that ultimately led to the company’s decision to end its short-lived residence on U.S. shores. Fortunately, if you’ve… more»

Black Plate 1960 Triumph TR3A

I hate the phrase “an excellent candidate for restoration.” What it basically means is that the car needs everything, and they’ll be glad to hand it over to you—at an inflated price because, well, it’s “an excellent candidate for… more»