Triumph great picture thread (all types)

Triumph great picture thread (all types)

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GTRene

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12,236 posts

191 months

Thursday 8th November 2012
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came across some nice Thriumph Spitfire k4? car with lovely hardtop and thought, why not a Thriumph thread with great Thriumph pictures, all types welcome.

normaly I'm not so into Thriumph but this one and in this combo is just lovely me thinks.













http://www.martinaveyard.com/?p=338

grahamtr7

121 posts

165 months

Sunday 9th December 2012
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Not sure if it qualifies as a 'great picture' but here's mine (a 1982 TR7)



Graham

Fazt

174 posts

105 months

Monday 10th December 2012
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that Spitfire looks amazing, would have been nice to get some pics of under the bonnet

GTRene

Original Poster:

12,236 posts

191 months

Monday 10th December 2012
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great colour on that TR7, looks like new.


here some TR8










Yertis

16,221 posts

233 months

Wednesday 19th December 2012
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I think the TR7/8 convertible design has aged very well.

//j17

3,704 posts

190 months

Wednesday 19th December 2012
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Prefer the coupe myself. One thing I can never understand is why

"The TR7 looks crap and outdated with it's 70's wedge styling"


but

"The Lancia Stratos looks amazing... with very similar 70's wedge styling"



GTRene

Original Poster:

12,236 posts

191 months

Wednesday 19th December 2012
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I prefer coupe's as well, although on some very rare sunny days a targa or cabrio is also a joy, but coupe's mostly have better lines, more rigid, no extra noises or leakings etc ;-)






GTRene

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Wednesday 19th December 2012
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vitessesteve

38 posts

184 months

Sunday 23rd December 2012
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This is my new toy a TR7 Sprint DHC.

miniman

22,325 posts

229 months

Sunday 23rd December 2012
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2009 by binaryimage, on Flickr

john 215

58 posts

174 months

Sunday 30th December 2012
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Hi,

My two TR 7's





4.6 DHC

And

P reg standard FHC






A car from both ends of the production run !



Cheers John

Aar0sc

279 posts

124 months

Wednesday 2nd January 2013
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I was going to the same place as John 215 on new year's day... but...

dycecooper

632 posts

175 months

Tuesday 15th January 2013
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Ken Wood in his home built Dolomite

dycecooper

632 posts

175 months

Tuesday 15th January 2013
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My TR7V8

GTRene

Original Poster:

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Tuesday 15th January 2013
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dinkel

25,857 posts

225 months

Friday 18th January 2013
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krusty

2,472 posts

216 months

Wednesday 23rd January 2013
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911 Turbo LE

266 posts

170 months

Wednesday 23rd January 2013
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You did say Triumph all types.. One of my old Bonnies


GTRene

Original Poster:

12,236 posts

191 months

Wednesday 23rd January 2013
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biggrin good one, they are welcome too, pretty rare those days those Triumph motorbikes.



came across this, some historie ;-) Triumph 1800 Roadster 1948

and this lovely Triumph Italia.




GTRene

Original Poster:

12,236 posts

191 months

Wednesday 23rd January 2013
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a few more about that lovely Triumph Italia
very nice car, does reminds me a bit of some other cars (Italian) from those days.























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