Triumph in Italy
Articles | Events |
37th Auto e Moto d'Epoca
Short report from the 37th edition of the biggest classic cars exhibition in Italy.
Articles | History and culture
Kas Kastner's TR 250K
A real masterpiece, born from the intelligence of two persons that loved and still love cars. From the first draft to the build of this "special" that marked an era. Technical Virtuosity?
Articles | Events
2nd International Triumph Italia Meeting
Spring, for the classic cars enthusiast, is the seasons of meetings and 2015 marked a much exclusive one: from May 31st to June 6th the second International Triumph Italia 2000 meeting was held between the provinces of Turin and Cuneo.
Books | History
The Illustrated History of Triumph Sports and Racing Cars
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. Will...
Models | Dolomite
The Sprint, the more advanced of the Dolomite family, was presented in June 1973, costing 1.740 GBP, and was produced unitl 1980. Charles Spencer “Spen” King with his team of engineers developed a four cylinders engine of 2000 cc, 127 HP, and with a four valves per cylinder head with all 16 valves actuated by a single shaft, instead of the more common solution with a double shaft. This solution awarded Triumph the “Design Council” prize in 1974. The Dolomite Sprint is considered...
Documents | Manuals
BL3 Starting System