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Triumph

The Triumph Cycle Company was founded in 1885 by Siegfried Bettmann and Mauritz Schulte in Coventry, England to produce bicycles. In 1923 the production of cars started. In 1939 insolvency and bought by Donald Healey. Triumph was taken over by the Standard Motor Company in 1944. In 1963 Triumph was bought by Leyland. The last production year of Triumph was 1984. BMW owns the trademark rights since 1994.



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Dolomite
37-39 14/65 Roadster

1800/2000
46-48 1800 Roadster
48-49 2000 Roadster
 
 
 

 
 
 
TR2
53-55 Roadster
TR3/TR3A
55-57 TR3
57-61 TR3A
59-62 Italia 2000
 

Herald
61-67 1200 DHC
67-71 13/60 DHC
67-71 13/60 Estate
Vitesse
68-71 2 Litre Mk. 2 Convertible

Mk 2
69-77 2000 4door Sedan
69-75 2.5 PI 4door Sedan
69-75 2.5 PI Estate
Spitfire
62-65 Mk. I
67-70 Mk. III
 
GT6
66-68 Mk. I
68-70 Mk. II
TR3/TR3A
57-61 TR3A
59-62 Italia 2000
TR4/TR4A
61-65 TR4
65-67 TR4A
TR5
67-68 TR5
67-68 TR250
 

Herald
67-71 13/60 DHC
Vitesse
68-71 2 Litre Mk. 2 convertible

Dolomite
1976 Sprint
1977 Sprint Group H

Mk 2
69-77 2000 4door Sedan
69-75 2.5 PI 4door Sedan
69-75 2.5 PI Estate
Spitfire
70-74 Mk. IV
74-80 1500
 
GT6
70-73 Mk. III
TR6
69-76 Roadster
TR7/TR8
75-81 TR7
1979 TR8
79-81 TR8
Stag
70-77 Stag


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