Registry: 1946 Triumph 1800 Roadster

Philip Ross's 1946 Triumph 1800 Roadster – “Lady Margaret”
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“Lady Margaret”
The car was restored in Pakistan and has also lived in India and the Phillipines. The previous owner worked for several US embussies and only moved back to the US in 1994.

Vehicle Information

Owner: Philip Ross   [PBRoss]
Location: St Pete Fla, USA USA
Status: Running

Model Year:1946
Original Colour:black
Current Colour:Red
Odometer:10,100 miles
Engine Type:4 cyl
Transmission:4 on the column
Last Updated:2010-09-30 12:16:32


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Member Comments on Registry: 1946 Triumph 1800 Roadster   ↵
Rated 9.9 out of 10 based on 24 ratings
2010-07-24 21:29:52 # 2114
Comment by Skye Nott
Rating: 10/10
Wow what a looker! Great history too, I wonder if it had the little flags waving from the
2011-06-05 11:33:07 # 3119
Rating: 9/10
looks stunning!!
2011-12-01 13:04:06 # 4009
Comment by bobby galvez
What a magnificent looking machine! It sparkles!
2011-12-01 13:05:06 # 4010
Comment by bobby galvez
Rating: 10/10
Forgot to add a rating with my comment.
2014-05-03 00:43:04 # 16541
Comment by John Burley
Great looking car and the same vintage as me
2014-05-13 00:31:03 # 17035
Comment by Scott Hutchinson
Wow! spectacular car! How did you come to own it?
2014-05-13 16:59:37 # 17057
Comment by Philip Ross
I had been looking for an MG TC with no luck and a friend (who has a similar Roadster) told me about this car. It was located in Baltimore. It has a lot more leg room than a MG TC and it was a good deal. It did require alot of repairs to the brakes, suspension and electrical system. It has a great road presence and everyone asks what it is.
2014-06-16 19:32:18 # 17956
Comment by Greg Gunter
Is this car for sale? If so,leave me a message with details
2014-07-16 11:03:41 # 18907
Comment by Bill B
Rating: 10/10
Great car, it's on my list to aquire as soon as I have room & $$$.
2014-10-17 23:50:23 # 21038
Comment by Dave Ertel
Rating: 10/10
2014-11-22 05:20:41 # 21805
Comment by John Plummer
A real beauty. A lot of great things came out of 1946, including me. Appreciate just seeing this Little Lady; will have to change from Little British Cars to LLBC.
2015-02-17 13:21:54 # 24035
Comment by Kem Jones
Rating: 10/10
Always great to see another finiished Roadster .One day mine will look as good (TRD 1643) All it takes is time and money .Kem
2015-04-13 02:34:33 # 25332
Comment by Bill Tottey
Rating: 10/10
First discovered the Roadster in 1976. We had a member in the TSOA Queensland with one. I had a ride in it. Not a drive, have loved them ever since. Beautiful body lines, very unique. I have only ever seen 6 of these cars in my life, 3 in one place years ago at an Historic car show. The photos of yours, it looks to be the best I have seen...
2015-04-15 20:21:14 # 25395
Comment by Jim Garey
Rating: 9/10
It looks almost as good as my Roadster!
2015-05-03 20:14:50 # 25754
Comment by John L
Hate to sound like a dumb dumb, but is this car still for sale? I've seen it before and somehow I remember that it was for sale, but don't know if it still is. If it is available to see in person, please let me know, cause I'd love to. Best, John
2015-07-15 07:34:34 # 27529
Comment by Keith Wahl
My 1947 Triumph Roadster is currently Under Construction, will be on the road by late fall and hoping to go to Triumph Fest in Del Mar California October 2015. Modified Car with TR4 A engine, dual carburetors and 4 on the floor. Photos soon!!

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Vehicle History

This vehicle's information was last updated on 2010-09-30 12:16:32

Changes from 2010-07-22 09:41:52 to previous 2009-08-19 14:01:27
Nickname added   Lady Margaret

Ownership History

Date Owner ID Notes
Jun 23, 2009 Philip Ross  USA Added to Registry (ID 6276)

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