Triumph Fury, the prototype sports car inspired by the Jaguar E-type
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Triumph Fury, the prototype sports car inspired by the Jaguar E-type

The Triumph Fury was a little more than a motor show crowd pleaser – it was a hint at what Triumph could really achieve with its sports car range during the 1960s.
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Models: Roadster TR4 / Roadster TR5 / Roadster TR6 / Spitfire 4 / Stag Mk1/Mk2

Keywords: Giovanni Michelotti

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Triumph Stag. Defeat snatched from the jaws of victory
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Triumph Stag. Defeat snatched from the jaws of victory

The Triumph Stag development story is a tragic missed opportunity – it had everything: looks, power, a soundtrack to die for and a market niche all to itself. Yet it died after a short production run, and drove many of its first owners to distraction. The Stag was BL’s nearly car – it nearly had the armoury to take over the world, had it not been for that fragile engine.
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Models: 2000/2500 MK1 / Stag Mk1/Mk2

Keywords: Giovanni Michelotti / Harry Webster / Le Mans / Spen King

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Grandfather’s Ax: The Many Evolutions of the Triumph TR4, Part 1: TR4 and TR4A
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Grandfather’s Ax: The Many Evolutions of the Triumph TR4, Part 1: TR4 and TR4A

If you replace a car’s body, a few years later replace its chassis, a few years after that replace the engine, and finally replace the body again, is it still the same car? In this article we begin our look at the curious evolution of the TR line, starting with the 1961-1967 Triumph TR4 and TR4A.
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Models: Italia 2000 Italia 2000 / Roadster TR2 / Roadster TR3 / Roadster TR4

Keywords: Alick Dick / Giovanni Michelotti / Harry Webster / Le Mans / Sabrina / Salvatore Ruffino / Walter Belgrove

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The elite of power
Articles | History and culture

The elite of power

This article on Triumph in Italy tells about a car which, in Italy, was more than rare. When you came across an Italian 2500 PI cases were due: either the owner was a great Triumph fan or he had not been able to say no to the seller who had managed to convince him signing the purchase contract.

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Models: 2000/2500 MK2

Keywords: Ducati Meccanica

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