Triumph

Powder Blue and Perfect: 1962 Triumph TR3B

This morning I was out running errands when I saw a fellow roll by in a beautiful, fire engine red late 60’s Camaro convertible. It was the perfect time for a top-down spin down the main drag– the sun… more»

Black Plate Barn Find: 1964 Triumph TR4

A few years before one-time tractor mechanic Ferruccio Lamborghini produced his 350 GT, Italian design met farm machinery in the form of another sports car: a little English roadster called the TR4. This example is located in Chula Vista,… more»

No Reserve: 1960 Triumph TR3

There’s something quite endearing about classic British sports cars. They don’t possess the outright performance of a muscle car, but slipping behind the wheel of one provides one of the most engaging driving sensations that it is possible to… more»

English Corvette: 1980 Triumph TR8

I really didn’t want to show you this car. For years now, I’ve been aware of the fact that I need a V8 car in my collection. Fox bodies seemed too obvious, and the Europeans can’t build a V8… more»

Built for the USA: 1968 Triumph TR250

The TR250 was a derivative of the Triumph TR5 and built in England exclusively for the U.S. market. It essentially was a one-year car, produced in the overlapping years of 1967-68. It was done in response to pricing pressures… more»

Rare Options: 1976 Triumph TR6

It’s funny how some cars have no real impact on us, while others grab our attention from the moment that we first lay eyes on them. For me, the Triumph TR6 fits into the latter category. I can remember… more»

Corvette Power! V8-Swapped 1958 Triumph TR3

Dropping an American V8 engine into a nimble British sports car is a tried-and-true recipe for go-fast performance and handling. Examples that immediately come to mind are the AC Cobra, Sunbeam Tiger, and TVR Tuscan, all of which were… more»

Turn-Key Classic: 1974 Triumph TR6

With Summer rapidly beating a path to our doorsteps, now could be the perfect time to consider adding a classic convertible to your garage. That leaves buyers with plenty of choices to make when determining what will be the… more»

Quintessential British Roller: 1962 Triumph TR3B

A natural evolution of the Triumph TR2, the TR3 offered both improved performance and safety over its predecessor. This particular car, available here on eBay, is an example of the last variant, whose production overlapped with that of the… more»

Turn-Key Roadster: 1959 Triumph TR3A

The Triumph TR3A was the third best-selling car in the TR3 series. Which was quite a feat since it wasn’t an official car. It was an evolution of the TR3 but never badged as a TR3A, just always referred… more»

ENDING SOON! Big Bore W/ Overdrive: 1962 Triumph TR4

If you follow the site, then this TR4 may look familiar. I bought it back in December and we have had a lot of fun driving it and working on it since. The only problem with looking at cars… more»

Original Survivor: 1965 Triumph TR4A

The TR4A was an evolution of the TR4, a sports car built by Triumph Motor Co. in the UK. It had a short production life of just two years from 1965-67. While the TR4 was a popular car, it… more»

30th Anniversary: 1979 Triumph TR7

Advertised as “the shape of things to come”, the Triumph TR7 is noted for its wedge-shape appearance and followed the TR6 which many consider the last of the volume-produced traditional British roadsters. It was introduced to the U.S. market… more»

1961 Triumph TR3A Garage Find And More

The iconic little TR2/3/3A/3B line of sports cars reflects an earlier, simpler time in the world where “sports car” meant drafty side curtains, minimalist weather protection, wire wheels, and a love for wind in the hair and bugs in… more»

No Reserve: 1970 Triumph GT6+ Project

As a Barn Finds reader, I’m guessing you are a little like me — you probably keep a tab on the going rate for classic cars you particularly like. In fact, I often play a game with myself where… more»

Eye For Detail: 1958 Triumph TR3

Classic car enthusiasts are a hardy group of people, and they tend to be passionate about their cars. However, some people can take this passion to a higher level when they tackle a restoration project. That seems to be… more»