There are many books abuout Triumph, provided that the research is extended to those written in English. In addition to its home country, where it was a generalist builder like many others, Canley's house historically was relevant in the United States which absorbed up to 80% of its production. The spread of Triumph models, also driven by success in American competitions, led over the years to the birth of a multitude of enthusiasts' clubs and books. This volume comes from the States and G. William Krause, the author, keeps what the title promises by talking about Triumph sports cars: the TR range and the Spitfire/GT6.
|By:||G. William Krause|
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Models: Acclaim Acclaim / GT6 MKI / GT6 MKII / GT6 MKIII / Italia 2000 Italia 2000 / Razor-edge style Saloon 1800 Town & Country Saloon / Razor-edge style Saloon 2000 TDA Saloon / Razor-edge style Saloon Renown TDB / Razor-edge style Saloon Mayflower / Razor-edge style Saloon Renown Limousine / Razor-edge style Saloon Renown TDC / Roadster 1800 e 2000 / Roadster TRX / Roadster TR2 / Roadster TR3 / Roadster TR4 / Roadster TR5 / Roadster TR6 / Roadster TR7 / Roadster TR8 / Spitfire 4 / Spitfire MKII / Spitfire MKIII / Spitfire MKIV / Spitfire 1500 / Stag Mk1/Mk2