No Reserve Roadster: 1974 Triumph TR6

As I was contemplating this post on this solid-looking 1974 Triumph TR6, I realized that I have owned no fewer than nine TR6 or TR6-based cars in my 55 years, and a surprising number of them started their lives… more»

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One Family Owned: 1970 Triumph GT6+

Long the red-headed stepchild of Triumphphiles, the GT6 has been making an incredible comeback lately, as nice projects keep appearing. Additionally, one just sold this week for an incredible $39,900 at an auction – admittedly that example was much nicer… more»

25 Years in a Warehouse: 1963 Triumph TR4

This 1963 Triumph TR4 roadster has spent the last 25 years squatting in a warehouse, and despite wearing old-school Ohio tags, is surprisingly rust-free. If rust really isn’t an issue, there are some excellent bones to work with here… more»

Original Paint: 1966 Triumph Bonneville T120R

This 1966 Triumph T120R Bonneville 650 has been sitting for close to 50 years, last used in 1972. The seller had plans to preserve the original cosmetics and perform a mechanical restoration, which is needed after the bike has… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1974 Triumph TR6 Survivor

You never know how or when a great classic car will end up in your care. For reader Kevin N, this beautiful Triumph came into his ownership purely by chance. It had spent most of its life in storage… more»

Ready To Enjoy: 1976 Triumph TR6

I have a good friend who is a British sports car aficionado. He’s quite the wrench and built a shop on his property to support his interests. While he prefers MGs, he has a lot of respect and admiration… more»

Plaid Cabin: 1977 Triumph TR7

Bidding seems downright cheap for this clean 1977 Triumph TR7 which features an incredibly well-preserved tartan cloth interior. The TR7 may not be particularly powerful and reliability was nothing short of abysmal, but well-maintained examples make an excellent entry-level… more»

Bargain Brit: 1974 Triumph TR6

By the time production ended, the Triumph TR6 was the most successful vehicle of the “TR” series, with 94,619 cars rolling off the production line. Today it is a real battle to find a reasonable example for sale for… more»

Texas Garage Find: 1961 Triumph TR3

This 1961 Triumph TR3 is fresh out of long-term, single-family ownership in Texas. It’s been parked in a West Texas barn since 1992 after a bad starter left it parked, and hasn’t been run since. The seller has made… more»

Imported In The ’70s: 1949 Triumph 2000 Roadster

This 1949 Triumph 2000 roadster is a rare sight on our shores, and is a right-hand drive example imported in the ’70s. The 2000 was born out of an escalating competition between Jaguar and Triumph-Standard to build a dominant… more»

Only 1,415 Miles? 1980 Triumph TR8 Convertible

The owner of this 1980 Triumph TR8 Convertible claims that it is one of the lowest-mileage examples in existence today and that it has spent many years in storage with a collection of classics. A recent fire at the… more»

Original Paint Survivor: 1968 Triumph TR250

While it might be looking tired in a few spots, the Signal Red paint that graces the panels of this 1968 Triumph TR250 is said to be original. In fact, this is a British classic that seems to combine… more»

Eclectic Collection: Barn Finds in Baltimore

This listing for what appears to be a shed or barn full of projects doesn’t have much info to go on, and prices listed seem ambitious. But there are some interesting projects here that may warrant a phone call,… more»

Owned Since the ’70s: 1956 Triumph TR3

The seller of this 1956 Triumph TR3 mentions he’s owned the car since the 70s, but doesn’t elaborate as to whether he’s driven it much in recent years. The need for some bodywork is noted and that several spares… more»

Charitable Donation: 1973 Triumph TR6

You have to take your hat off to some people, and just admire their generosity. The former owner of this nice looking Triumph TR6 has donated it to charity, and that organization is now auctioning the car off as… more»

Factory Custom: 1973 Triumph Hurricane X75

This 1973 Triumph Hurricane X75 was discovered as part of a collection of vintage motorcycles, and is a rare find today in such nicely preserved condition. Though not a huge seller when new, the Hurricane is claimed by many… more»