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Triumph Car and Truck Parts

Like many historic car manufacturers, Triumph has its origins in bicycle manufacturing, followed by motorcycles and later in car design and creation. With its marque first introduced in 1885, Triumph evolved into a successful car manufacturer and changed its name to The Triumph Motor Company in 1930. From this point, Triumph car and truck parts were in hot demand, with the company rolling out many successful models from the 10/20 model in the 1920’s to the Triumph Specials in the 1940’s and beyond.

Triumph's First Model

Triumph's first car was known simply as the 10/20, a 4-cylinder engine with a 3-speed gearbox. Manufactured between 1923 and 1926, the 10/20 was available in five body styles, with the cheapest being the two-seater All-Weather Tourer.

Triumph Cars Considered a Good Investment

Triumph collectors may maintain their hobby for a variety of reasons, yet one make of Triumph car in particular is also thought to be a good investment. The Triumph TR6 is mechanically very similar to its predecessors, the TR4 and TR5, yet was restyled by a German firm so is considerably different in appearance to the earlier models. The TR6 is thought to be an excellent investment for car enthusiasts, as they are inexpensive compared to earlier models. Triumph car and truck performance parts for the TR6 model are relatively easy to source; 94,619 TR6s were produced in total.

The Online Community of Triumph Enthusiasts

Despite Triumph's demise in 1984, demand for Triumph cars and trucks, and Triumph car and truck parts, has only increased. The Internet has allowed Triumph car and truck enthusiasts to come together and create online communities where they can share photos and advice and even set up a thriving online marketplace for everything a car enthusiast could need, from accessories to Triumph car and truck heater parts.

Triumph Factory Colour Codes

So much interest has been shown in Triumph's cars that online groups and professional restoration experts alike have banded together to support each other in their efforts to recreate Triumph vehicles. Original factory paint colours have been identified and are available online, as is a wealth of information on Triumph car and truck parts.

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