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Triumph (Triumph Motor Company) manufactured cars and motorcycles from 1885 to 1984. At present the rights for the brand belong to BMW. The brand had its beginnings in bicycle sell and trade before it transitioned to motorcycle production in 1902, and finally car building in 1919. The first vehicle, Triumph 10/20 (10 horsepower and 20 brake horsepower), was the largest of so called light cars (parallel to modern subcompact cars), at the time of creation, with the wheelbase reaching 2,592mm (102 in).
 
In 1930 the policy of the company changed for it was becoming more difficult to compete with other mass…
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1960 Triumph TR6 Trophy 650cc

1960 Triumph TR6 Trophy 650cc

Ojai CA United States
$ 14,750
€ 11.970
54,175 د.إ
$ 19,175
$ 19,027
CHF 14,058
¥ 92,748
£ 10,511
$ 115,767
89.118 kn
$ 268,265
115.759 kr
841.471 ₽
123 053 kr
฿ 459,823
R 174,673
$ 429,992
₱ 769,632
303 781 Kč
₨ 489,700
$ 19,334
$ 12,283
$ 8.908.115
B/. 14,750
$ 29,500
₹ 960,453
¥ 1,566,767
$ 39,862
$ 20,374
£ 10,511
R$ 48.725
₪ 51,619
ر.ع. 5,674
50 439 zł
1975 Triumph T-140V Rickman "Metisse" Factory Road Racer

1975 Triumph T-140V Rickman "Metisse" Factory Road Racer

Ojai
$ 40,000
€ 32.461
146,916 د.إ
$ 52,002
$ 51,598
CHF 38,125
¥ 251,520
£ 28,506
$ 313,944
241.676 kn
$ 727,500
313.923 kr
2.281.956 ₽
333 704 kr
฿ 1,246,980
R 473,689
$ 1,166,080
₱ 2,087,138
823 815 Kč
₨ 1,328,000
$ 52,431
$ 33,312
$ 24.157.600
B/. 40,000
$ 80,000
₹ 2,604,620
¥ 4,248,860
$ 108,102
$ 55,252
£ 28,506
R$ 132.137
₪ 139,986
ر.ع. 15,389
136 784 zł
1946 Triumph 350cc OHV Vertical Twin Model 3T De Luxe

1946 Triumph 350cc OHV Vertical Twin Model 3T De Luxe

Ojai CA United States
$ 18,950
€ 15.378
69,601 د.إ
$ 24,635
$ 24,444
CHF 18,061
¥ 119,157
£ 13,504
$ 148,731
114.494 kn
$ 344,653
148.721 kr
1.081.076 ₽
158 092 kr
฿ 590,756
R 224,410
$ 552,430
₱ 988,781
390 282 Kč
₨ 629,140
$ 24,839
$ 15,781
$ 11.444.663
B/. 18,950
$ 37,900
₹ 1,233,938
¥ 2,012,897
$ 51,213
$ 26,175
£ 13,504
R$ 62.600
₪ 66,318
ر.ع. 7,290
64 801 zł

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Triumph (Triumph Motor Company) manufactured cars and motorcycles from 1885 to 1984. At present the rights for the brand belong to BMW. The brand had its beginnings in bicycle sell and trade before it transitioned to motorcycle production in 1902, and finally car building in 1919. The first vehicle, Triumph 10/20 (10 horsepower and 20 brake horsepower), was the largest of so called light cars (parallel to modern subcompact cars), at the time of creation, with the wheelbase reaching 2,592mm (102 in).
 
In 1930 the policy of the company changed for it was becoming more difficult to compete with other mass produced vehicles. Therefore, a focus shifted to luxury cars and successional models, Southern Cross and Gloria.
 
The company experienced the severity of the II World War, but once the War ended, the production under new leadership concentrated on building a competing vehicle to Jaguar, Triumph was also catering engines to. This was the beginning of Triumph’s TR series of sports cars.
 
When the Triumph brand disappeared from the market, the cars were continued by another automobile brand for an instant. Honda had renamed and produced Triumph Acclaim under a new name, Ballade, later Civic, until Rover 200 replaced it.
 
Triumph’s cars were popular with pop icons. John Lennon owned Triumph Herald Convertible (a small two-door family car), and French rock n roll precursor, Johnny Hallyday, had a Triumph TR3, a sports car present not only in numerous international rallies but also movies, for instance, 007 Series: Dr. No (1962), “Thunderball” (1965), and “Diamonds Are Forever” (1971) starring Sean Connery. No extra recommendation needed if James Bond drives the car.