Auto Monday – Triumph Automobiles

The Triumph Motor Company started out in 1885 selling bicycles. Soon after, they found themselves making motorcycles and then cars. After the war, the company was bought out by Leyland Motors and a succession of roadsters and sportscars dotted the roads. The company went defunct in 1984 and now BMW holds the Triumph marque. You can read the Triumph story on Wikipedia here. And we have a nice gallery featuring some Triumph roadsters and vintage cars below.

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