Triumph

EXCLUSIVE: Ready To Drive 1976 Triumph TR6

UPDATE – George received some questions about his TR6, such as the VIN number and whether it has overdrive. He accidentally put his Spitfire’s VIN in when he submitted it, so he sent us the correct VIN. And this… more»

Bargain Brit: 1959 Triumph TR3 Roadster

Update – This TR3 has been relisted, but the seller has now lowered their starting bid to $1,900 with no reserve. You can find it here on eBay with 2 days to go! From 1/25/2019 – Just looking at… more»

EXCLUSIVE: Motorcycles and Parts from the Georgia Collection

As some of you likely know, I am helping to clear out a large collection of salvage and project vehicles from a private owner. You can read more about the collection here in Part I; here in Part II; and the latest… more»

British V8 Classic: 1980 Triumph TR8 Convertible

When the wedge-shaped Triumph TR7 was introduced, there was a certain level of disappointment both amongst the motoring press, and the buying public. Where most had been expecting the car to appear as a convertible, the car that emerged… more»

Exclusive: 1964 Triumph TR4 Survivor

Bryan is currently overseas but really needs to get this TR4 moved along. If you’d love to have a beautiful survivor to enjoy the nice weather in, has is asking price to $24,900 or best offer! He’s ready for… more»

Stored 35 Years! 1980 Triumph Spitfire

I can’t imagine owning a car for 35 years that remained perpetually on the brink of being completed. This 1980 Triumph Spitfire appears to be just such a car, parked in a storage unit in 1984 and not turned… more»

This Barn Find Liquidation Will Blow Your Mind!

Looking at the outside of this barn, you wouldn’t have high expectations for what’s inside of it. Heck, if you were to drive by it, you probably won’t even think to peek inside. And boy would that be a… more»

Cutaway! 1957 Triumph Training Aid

All of you have seen cutaway drawings; those detailed artworks where parts of a car appear transparent so the inner workings can be seen. Here’s a chance to own the real thing; a Triumph TR3 chassis and drive train… more»

No Reserve Roadster: 1959 Triumph TR3

It appears that this 1959 Triumph TR3 was sidelined by a small fire under the hood. Now it’s running again and while you will still need to complete some work to drive it, this is a far better start… more»

Cheap Roadster? 1970 Triumph TR6

An immaculately restored or original Triumph TR6 is a stunning looking car, and they are easily my favorite vehicle in the TR range. Sadly, this TR6 is not immaculate, and it’s going to take some work to get it… more»

UPDATE: Jasmine Yellow 1968 Triumph TR250

UPDATE – We featured this Jasmine TR250 back in January of 2018, well we just heard from its new owner Richard B with an update! From Richard – Just a quick update on the Triumph Tr250 that was featured… more»

British Barn Find Hoard In Massachusets!

While I typically find Facebook Marketplace an overwhelming mashup of undesirable goods for sale, there are some legitimate gems hiding out in the classifieds section of the predominant social network. Take this collection of no fewer than 12 Triumph… more»

Bargain Brit: 1972 Triumph TR6

Of all of the TR series sports cars produced by Triumph, my absolute favorite is the TR6. There is something about the squarer styling and those aggressively deep standard wheels that really appeals to me. This one is going… more»

Cheap Project! 1972 Triumph Stag

As we have noted before, the Triumph Stag was a pretty decent car in search of a few components. One owner has taken that into their own hands by inserting a Buick V-6 where the small Triumph V-8 used… more»

Garage Find: 1959 Austin Healey Sprite

This tired 1959 Austin Healey “Bugeye” Sprite is said to be a recent garage find from somewhere in New York State. These are among the most recognized of classic British sports cars, and there’s an enthusiastic following for them,… more»

Small Block Powered: 1973 Triumph Stag

When it was released, the Triumph Stag promised us the World. Unfortunately, for a great many owners, the only part of the World that they got to see was the bit at the side of the road where they… more»