One of the world's largest motorcycle companies, Triumph Motorcycles has its roots set in 1885 when it was founded by Siegfried Bettmann as the New Triumph Company Limited, along with the Triumph Motor Company, which became defunct in 1984 and is currently dormant under the auspices of BMW who own the marque. From 1961 to 1965, Triumph produced the Triumph TR4, a 2-door roadster-style sports car with a feisty engine. Up for sale is a completely restored original 1962 Triumph TR4. This car has been lovingly restored back to its original state and can be yours today!
You may have heard of the British motor company called Triumph. The company’s got a history dating back to 1885, although the company stopped producing cars in 1984. Currently, the brand is owned by the BMW Group. The Triumph TR6 is a sports car that they introduced in 1968, as the predecessor to the TR5, or TR250 as it was known in the USA and Canada. The TR6 ran until 1976 when the TR7 replaced it. If little, open-topped British sports cars are your thing, we’ve got this 1972 Triumph TR6 Convertible in inventory right now. The car comes from Georgia with a reportedly numbers-matching engine and transmission, and the seller states that it ‘purrs like a kitten’. Furthermore, it’s said that all wearable items have been replaced.
The Triumph Motor Company is one of those British manufacturers who made quirky little sports cars and roadsters equipped with modestly-powered but lively engines, manual transmissions, and low weights. These characteristics make them a hoot to drive on twisty roads, often at or near full throttle! What we have here is a 1974 Triumph TR-6 from Virginia. The TR-6 ran from 1968 to 1976, and if you are looking for a pert little British roadster, this car fits the bill, and the seller states that service records are available.
A legendary and albeit lesser-known vehicle manufacturing company is the Triumph Motor Company. This British automotive manufacturer was founded 136 years ago, in 1885. Although the Triumph brand is now owned by BMW and the last vehicle produced by them was the Triumph Acclaim in 1981, there are reports of the brand’s possible future revival. The fact that Triumph cars are rare and not in production anymore makes them highly desirable, and as such we present this subject vehicle, a 1974 Triumph TR6 Convertible. The TR6 was produced from 1968 to 1976 as sports car and was one of the successful cars in the TR range from Triumph. This TR6 Convertible comes from Arkansas with 23,500 miles on the clock.