Triumph in Italy
Articles | Restorations |
Brackets for additional headlights
Fog lights and extra beam lights are a rather common optional on classic cars where they have a aesthetic - thanks to the reference to the rally cars - more than practical application. If you are planning to do it on your Spitfire Mk3 (or GT6 Mk2), bear in mind that it's not necessary to make a hole on the bumper or build a complex support.
Articles | History and culture |
Triumph Acclaim. Anglo-Japanese saloon was a hit, and a sad end too
It was a brave new world for BL – a Honda built in the UK but, in many ways, the Triumph Acclaim represented so much more. When launched in 1981, the Acclaim was heralded as the first of a long line of Honda/Rovers but, more importantly than that, it proved once and for all that British assembly line workers were among the best in the world.
The English version of this article is available
Articles | Technical and tuning |
Building an hard top carrier
The beginning of Spring sees many roadsters coming out of the winter hibernation, but if yours has never stopped because it has a hard top then you have to face the problem of how to keep it when it is not in use. One of the possible solutions is to use a carrier, which provides adequate support to the hard top and allows you to move it where you prefer thanks to its four wheels. In this article we explain a simple and inexpensive way to build it yourself.
Books | History
Giovanni Michelotti. Una matita libera
In the car world there are names that sound unknown to the most, even to enthusiasts, due to the expressed desire to remain on the sidelines, to enjoy the creative freedom given by anonymity. Giovanni Michelotti was one of the most ingenious exponents of Italian design and the discretion, in his case, was intentional: this book, born by the will of his son Edgardo, finally does him justice.
Models | GT6
The first version of the Coupè derived from the Spitfire. A wonderful sport car with a 2 liters 6 cylinders engine and a comfortable cockpit approved for four people. A great engine with a great torque for a relaxed drive.
Documents | Sales brochures
Triumph TR6 PI (1969)
The TR6 was introduced to the Italian audience with this brochure.
Thanks to Valerio Scanacapra for sharing this document.