Triumph

Rebuilt V8: 1973 Triumph Stag

The Triumph Stag contained all the ingredients to become one of the greatest cars in British automotive history. Its stunning styling, clever interior, and V8 engine should have combined to make this car a sales winner. Sadly, it was… more»

Cheap Wheels: 1980 Triumph TR7 Project

The TR7 was the wedged-shaped sports car built by Triumph from 1975 to 1981. The advertising manta was “the shape of things to come” and the car sold well, though it had the kind of quality problems often associated… more»

Ambitious Project: 1959 Triumph TR3

The TR3 successfully replaced the TR2, resulting in nearly 75,000 assemblies between 1955 and 1962. The cars were changed little over time and the TR3A and TR3B were unofficial variants of the evolving design. This 1959 edition is said… more»

Sports Car Collection for Sale!

We see listings for collections come up for sale every now and again, and it’s always fascinating to see what collectors have hidden in their outbuildings and garages. This listing for an assortment of sports cars appears to be… more»

V8-Powered Roadster: 1980 Triumph TR8

UPDATE 04/05/2024: We’ve recently seen a few classics appear on our desks at Barn Finds where an owner hasn’t tasted success on their first attempt to find their pride and joy a new home. Such is the case with… more»

Estate Sale: 1969 Dodge Charger R/T and More!

It’s sad when you see someone’s entire world being auctioned off. That’s because no one else loved that stuff like the deceased, and the memories he/she once had are all but lost. Case-in-point is this upcoming auction in Ashland,… more»

V8-Powered Targa: 1972 Triumph Stag

Partially refurbished, this well-preserved 1972 Triumph Stag in Lyons, Illinois seeks a buyer to source parts and get this British drophead 2+2 back in the wind. The listing here on eBay describes overhauled systems including a claimed $5000 engine… more»

Affordable Project? 1973 Triumph TR6

It’s rare to find a genuine deal these days among vintage project cars, as it seems like even the most earnest sellers start with a high list price and work their way down to a reasonable asks after several… more»

Already Restored: 1973 Triumph Stag

The Triumph Stag is becoming “discovered” as well as it ought – it’s slightly rare, stylish, and offers a V8, uncommon among less expensive British cars. While the Stag sold very poorly thanks to reliability problems, modern methods of… more»

Abandoned Project: 1955 Triumph TR2

Seeking the purest form of a particular car model is an obsession with some collectors, and that often means early-year production. First-year Lotus Esprits used to go begging (they really aren’t that great), but today Series I cars are… more»

Overdrive and a Hardtop! 1970 Triumph Spitfire

This reasonably-priced 1970 Triumph Spitfire here on eBay deserves a new owner. It’s a nearly rust-free, complete car coming with a factory hardtop and an overdrive-optioned gearbox. It has finally received one bid at $1000, though the reserve is… more»

Solid Driver: 1976 Triumph TR6

It is funny how some classics barely rate a sideways glance for some enthusiasts while others create such an indelible impact that they remember the first time they saw one. Such was the case with me and the Triumph… more»

BF Auction: 1959 Triumph TR3A

UPDATE – Since the seller could not take underside photos, we sent a Barn Finds Inspector over, and they could look at the car and take additional pictures of it. The images are in the gallery below and their… more»

Restored, Rare! 1963 Triumph TR3B TCF

To understand the TR3, we must take a quick look at its predecessor, the swashbuckling TR2. Launched in prototype form to replace the doddering Standard Triumph Roadster in 1952, the new car met with scathing criticism from test driver… more»

Package Deal: 1957/1959 Triumph TR3s

There are some cars that just never should be left outside.  I think you could put all convertibles in that category.  However, it seems that some cars are just made of steel that rusts with but a harsh word. … more»

Cluster of Seven Triumph TR7s

The TR7 was a wedge-shaped sports car produced by Triumph (British Leyland Motor Corp.) between 1975 and 1981. Exports to the U.S. were prioritized over units destined to stay in the United Kingdom. The seller in Marysville, California has… more»

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