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Latest post by allmusic60
"Pchirdon71"
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Patrick Chirdon
New member from Mars, PA, USA   USA
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Latest post by Reddragon
Differential bracket repair
Reply in the TR6 Tech Forum, 14m 50s ago
Thu May 13, 2010
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Bleeding The Hydraulic Clutch System
Article new comment or rating by Mike Maddux   USA
9 posts
Latest post by grubscrew
$50,000 GT6
Reply in the Spitfire & GT6 Forum, 17m 14s ago
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Latest post by dsixnero
Ignition
Reply in the TR6 Tech Forum, 20m 39s ago
New topic by bobm
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TR7 Clutch slave cylinder
New topic in the TR7 & TR8 Forum, 53m 52s ago
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Latest post by bobm
Starting engine after rebuild
Reply in the TR7 & TR8 Forum, 1h 34m 23s ago
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Latest post by MKIII
Spitfire Fuel tank
Reply in the Spitfire & GT6 Forum, 2h 1m 59s ago
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Latest post by Triumphsix
TR4 Axle Conversion
Reply in the TR4 & TR4A Forum, 2h 6m 10s ago
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Latest post by TheZster
Cooling Q + New Shoes
Reply in the Spitfire & GT6 Forum, 2h 16m 20s ago
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Latest post by dsixnero
Hot bonnet
Reply in the TR6 Tech Forum, 2h 18m 32s ago
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Latest post by Triumph-V8
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Latest post by grumpicus
What's this hole for?
Reply in the Spitfire & GT6 Forum, 4h 38m 22s ago
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Latest post by j007
Pulling Engine & Trans question
Reply in the TR6 Tech Forum, 4h 38m 36s ago
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Latest post by T-Bolt Ted
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Latest post by tbstock
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Latest post by TR3driver
Live Short in tail Lights
Reply in the TR6 Tech Forum, 6h 3m 19s ago
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1958 Triumph TR3 "I've Fallen And I Can't Get Up"
Registry updated by Tom Enery
3 posts
Latest post by wes gray
TR6 Steering Wheel
Reply in the TR6 Tech Forum, 7h 11m 44s ago
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Latest post by Doug in Vegas
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Latest post by Yellowhawk Valley
Axle hitting wheel cylinder.
Reply in the Spitfire & GT6 Forum, 8h 10m 27s ago
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Latest post by Tonyfixit
9 posts
Latest post by nicodiaz
25 posts
Latest post by kayjh
Car won't move in any gear.
Reply in the TR6 Tech Forum, 9h 39m 41s ago
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Latest post by balloonfoot
I think I found the GT6
Reply in the Spitfire & GT6 Forum, 9h 46m 2s ago
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Latest post by TR3driver
Is this a TR3 Tonneau
Reply in the TR2 & TR3 Forum, 10h 4m 37s ago
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Latest post by TR3driver
New wiring loom
Reply in the TR6 Tech Forum, 10h 11m 45s ago
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Latest post by byakk0
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1972 Triumph TR6
Registry updated by Chris lester
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Latest post by Lizzard
Did I lose my CAM?
Reply in the Spitfire & GT6 Forum, 10h 54m 35s ago
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1958 Triumph TR3A
Registry created by Tom Enery
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1958 Triumph TR3A
Registry updated by Tom Enery
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1970 Triumph GT6+ (MkII) "Jolene"
Registry updated by Mike Hoffmann
"Flick"
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CK Williams
New member from Trotwood, OH, USA   USA
24 posts
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"Stan K"
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Stan K
New member from Tucson, AZ, USA   USA
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Exhaust Now Complete
Journal post updated in Rob Rooks's Journal   USA
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Robert Rae
New member from Granite Bay, CA, USA   USA
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Wed June 13, 2012
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Servicing The Lucas Wiper Switch
Article new comment or rating by Wray Lemke   Gold Member USA
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Wiring & Radius Arm Bracket
Journal post updated in David P's Journal   Silver Member USA
Thu February 6, 2014
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SU Fuel Pump Troubleshooting Guide
Article new comment or rating by Dave DuBois   Gold Member USA
Sat April 27, 2013
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Awakening a Sleeping MG
Article new comment or rating by Tony Barnhill   USA
Sun May 8, 2011
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BMC/BL Paint Codes and Colors
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Triumph Information in a Nutshell

From humble beginnings as a bicycle manufacturer, Triumph began building motorcycles in 1902. In 1921 Triumph acquired the Dawson Car Company and began building automobiles beginning with the 1.4L Triumph 10/20. In the 1930s they changed their name to the Triumph Car Company, and spun off the motorcycle division into its own company in 1936. Donald Healey was the Experimental Manager from 1934 until 1939, when T.W. Ward purchased the company and placed Healey in charge as general manager. The company produced several models including the Gloria and the Dolomite during this time.

After WWII, the company merged with the Standard Motor Company to form Standard-Triumph and once again started automobile construction, building one of the most modern car assembly plants in the world in 1959 at Canley for the new Triumph Herald. The Standard-Triumph company was eventually bought in 1960 by Leyland Motors Ltd for the sum of £20 million. The last Triumph model was the Acclaim which was introduced in 1981. Many iconic British sports cars were produced by Triumph in the 1960s and 1970s, including:

  • TR3 (1955-1957), TR3A (1957-1962)
  • TR3B (1961-?) with 2,138cc inline 4 engine and all synchromesh transmission
  • TR4 (1961-1965) with 2,138cc inline 4 engine, roll-up windows, full synchromesh, rack & pinion steering and optional hardtop with integral rollbar.
  • TR4A (1965-1968) an evolution of the TR4, with updated chassis and independant rear suspension (IRS)
  • TR5 (1967-1968) similar to the Michelotti TR4, but featuring a 2.5L straight 6 fuel injected (PI) engine developing ~150bhp that was carried forward into the TR6. Standard equipment included front disc brakes, independent rear suspension, rack and pinion steering and a four speed gearbox.
  • TR250 (1967-1968) identical to the TR5, except fitted with twin Zenith-Stromberg carburettors, delivering 111 bhp (81 kW).
  • TR6 (1969-1976), the iconic TR sports car, with a 2498cc inline six-cylinder engine, carburetted for the US and featuring Lucas mechanical fuel injection for the home market. Featuring a four-speed manual transmission, optional overdrive, independent rear suspension, rack and pinion steering, fifteen inch (381 mm) wheels and tires, pile carpet on floors and trunk/boot, bucket seats, disc brakes front, drum brakes in the rear. Frame construction.
  • Spitfire (1962-1981), a classic and popular two-seater sports car designed by Michelotti that went through 5 revisions during its long run as Triumph's best selling sports car.
  • TR7 (1975-1981) and TR8 (1978-1981) aka the "wedge", with a 1998cc inline 4 and 3528cc V8 respectively, the last cars produced by Triumph.

Please note that this list is not exhaustive – for more information, please visit the Model Information pages.

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