Brand: Triumph

Triumph Dolomite Sprint (1972 – 1980)

September 25th, 2018

The very capable Dolomite Sprint was a much improved version of the Triumph Dolomite 1850 which was produced a year earlier with significantly more power than the aforementioned 1850. Designed for the luxury market, the Sprint had racing blood running through its veins lifting the manufacturers’ title in the 1974…

Triumph TR7, Copyright of Jacob Frey, Flickr

Triumph TR7 (1975-1981)

October 4th, 2016

The much maligned wedge has had more than its fair share of critics over the last 40 years and up until more recent times had fallen down the route of most humdrum seventies British cars. However the tide has most definitely turned, with a greater appreciation for these iconic little sports cars now becoming more evident as values start to rise.

Triumph TR 4A image - Vital Statistics- Heritage Insurance

Triumph TR-4A (1964 – 1967)

August 17th, 2016

Triumph had earned itself a reputation for capable sports cars since the early fifties when they introduced the TR-2. Since that time they continued to develop the Triumph Roadster by refining the engine and tweaking the aesthetics to suit changing styles. In 1964 the TR-4A was launched with very little exterior change from its predecessor the TR-4,however underneath was a different story.