Buying or Selling a Triumph?
British manufacturer Triumph started with the fabrication of bicycles in the 1980s and turned to motorcycles in the 1890s and cars in the 1920s. Triumph was bought by Britain’s Standard Motor Company after facing some difficulties during the Great Depression and World War II. The Triumph 1800 and 2000 Roadster were the first models of small sports cars, followed by the Triumph TR2 in 1953, which was popular for being able to reach 100 mph at a very affordable price. Triumph developed the four-cylinder engines with the TR3 and TR5 models in the 1950s and 1960s. The Triumph TR6 was introduced in 1969 and was the peak of performance and aesthetic. Nowadays classic Triumphs are highly desirable especially for some models including the Triumph Spitfire and the snug fastback coupe Triumph GT6 series. The 1975 four-cylinder TR7 and the 1980 V8 Triumph TR8 were more controversial models at the time, because of their wedge shapes, but are highly sought after by collectors.
Triumph Seller’s Guide
Selling your classic Triumph can be difficult and the Alex Manos team will do everything they can to ensure a smooth transaction. Start by calling their Los Angeles classic car dealership and ask to speak with an expert. If you’re in the area, the team would love to take a look at your classic and they’ll make you a top dollar offer on the spot, should it fit their current growing inventory. Additionally, the friendly staff will share tips and advice on how to make the best transaction. For example, they’ll tell you to include some interesting facts about the brand’s history and the models specifications. Let potential buyers know how special your Triumph is. Often compared to MGs, the Triumph models were usually more modern and offered better performance. Ask the Alex Manos team for more ideas if needed.
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Alex Manos and his team have many years of experience in the classic car industry, selling and buying classics of all makes, models, and condition. Their unmatched expertise will benefit you: the Triumph specialists will evaluate your car accurately, taking into consideration its condition and the current market situation. Call today to get started!