It was the other British invasion
The one that involved the British auto manufacturers finding a new customer base in the U.S. MG’s were one of the first cars in the late 50’s, Austin Healey’s in the late 50’s and then from Canley, Coventry, England there was Triumph Roadster. Legendary British sports cars. In this blog entry I’m going to write about the later Triumphs because I have a connection with them through a friend.
Hey Paul, check out Tim’s new toy
That was an e-mail I received from one of my buddies, Dave Flick, just before I went to meet both of them in Green Bay. Buddy Tim Monday had just purchased this TR6. When I saw it sitting in the garage my heart started beating. There it was, low miles, no rust, no nothing. It was in great shape but needed a little bit of TLC. The Triumph TR6 was built from 1969–76. The best-seller of the TR range built by Triumph when production ended. Continue reading Chasing Classic Cars: Here come the British