Though some cars were manufactured using the Triumph name before World War II, it was after the war that it became iconic. The first new 2-seater introduced after hostilities had ended was this pretty 1800, but very few made their way into the States. It was followed by the less pretty but more fun TR2 in the early ‘50s. Then TR3s, TR4s and TR6s flooded our shores in the ‘60s and ‘70s with reasonably priced relatively fast sports cars from across the pond. If you wanted more power than an MG but thought Healeys or Jags were too big or too expensive, the TR was the car for you. Just 24 images will ever be made of this full-on front view of the classic ‘48. Comes with a sequentially numbered Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist.
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