Class Acts, Part 1: The Triumph 2000 and 2.5 PI Mk 1

By Aaron Severson

The Triumph 2000 was a very significant car for the British market, the first salvo in a bitter war between traditional big sedans and upscale “premium” offerings that still rages today. In this article, we look at the origins of the 2000 Mk 1, its links to its Rover P6 arch-rival, and the first 2.5 PI.
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Models: 2000/2500 MK1

Tags: Alick Dick, Arthur Ballard, Competitions, Harry Webster, Michelotti, Sir John Black

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