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Classic Triumph Insurance

A British great of the 19th and 20th century

Triumph classic car insurance

Triumph’s modern yet retro looks allow it to remain timeless and admirable. Featured in a few iconic films, like Legend and Dr No,

Triumph has cultivated a personality of stardom throughout its models, from the 10/20 back in 1923 to the Acclaim in 1981, there is a lot of variance in Triumph’s bodies, from roadsters to saloon’s, from pre-war to post-war, there’s enough for everyone to love at least one model, which makes it such a worthwhile investment. Captivating and distinguishing, the unique flourishes are almost like brushstrokes on these beautiful classic cars, and beside its success on showroom floors, this brand also had a name on the racetrack too.

Comfortable and affordable, the internal designs of these cars truly match the outsides, with roomy interiors designed for maximum comfort, a rarity in low-suspension classic cars. With model favourites such as Spitfire, GT6, Herald, and Stag in Triumph’s range there really was a car for everyone. At Heritage Insurance Brokers we work together with the TSSC (Triumph Sports Six Club) to ensure Triumph enthusiasts get the best from their classic car insurance.

Vital stats

We know how important it is to understand recent market trends and buyer information on classic cars, which is why we have a vital statistics series, which covers the most important aspects, including the specifications and valuations of TR7s and TR-4As.

Triumph TR-4A (1964 – 1967)


Get a Quote

Call Heritage Classic Car Insurance for a bespoke quotation on your classic Triumph today on:  0121 248 9475.


Our specialist Multi Car Insurance allows you to cover all of the vehicles in your household under one policy, that includes your modern vehicles, daily drives, classic cars and specialist vehicles. Many of our customers prefer a multi car policy as it’s much less hassle, you’ll have one renewal date and one person who you speak to about all your insurance needs. You can find out more about our Multi Car Insurance by calling 0121 248 9474 or by requesting a call back.


Fact of the week

During the development of the Triumph TR7 it went under the secret codename “Bullet”, although these days it’s less glamorous nick name is the “Wedge”. The original prototype model was actually badged as an MG. This was because it was built at Longbridge which wasn’t Triumphs factory.

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