Triumph had its origins in 1885 when Siegfried Bettmann of Nuremberg formed S. Bettmann & Co and started importing bicycles from Europe and selling them in London. In 1887 Moritz Schulte joined the company and started producing their own bicycles. The company was renamed the Triumph Cycle Co. Ltd. in 1897. Later the Bicycle and motorcycle businesses were sold. After multiple changed of ownership, the Triumph has brought us some of the most interesting, two-seater and beautiful of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s and from Triumph it turned into Legend!
Triumph Spitfire MKIII Convertible 1967 – 1970 Baseball Cap for Men and Women
The Mark III, introduced in March 1967, was the first major facelift to the Spitfire. In March 1967 the Spitfire MK3 was introduced, replacing the MK2. The MK3 was the f..
Triumph TR2 TR3 Convertible 1955 – 1962 Baseball Cap for Men and Women
The Triumph TR3 was introduced in 1955 and was a development of the successful TR2. The horsepower to weight ratio was excellent and the car was reliable as proven in the 1960 ..
Triumph TR6 Convertible 1969 – 1976 Baseball Cap for Men and Women
The Triumph TR6 was launched in 1969. The updated styling, courtesy of Karmann of Germany offered smoother lines The interior was rather luxurious with its bucket seats and wooden ..