Triumph started building automobiles in 1923, specializing in high-end sports tourers. Economic difficulties forced the manufacturer into liquidation during the Depression and in 1944, Sir John Black acquired Triumph within his Standard Motor Car Company. A prototype was made in 1952, called the TR1 but the car needed more work. After improving the chassis and bodywork, the TR2 made its debut in 1953. With a top speed over 100 mph, good gas mileage and an affordable price, the model was quite popular. Its sophisticated body construction and suspension system set the Triumph TR2 ahead of its competitors. In 1954, the model was made available with optional wire-wheels, radial tires, a lift-off hardtop, and electric overdrive. Production ended in 1955 when the TR3 was launched as an improved replacement model.
If, like the classic car lovers at The Beverly Hills Car Club, you’ve been victim of the British charm, come visit the Los Angeles classic car dealership to meet with other knowledgeable enthusiasts and view the inventory of Triumph TR2 for sale. The Beverly Hills Car Club team is known for their many services including advising and sharing best practice tips to help you make a smart and informed purchase. Their collection is constantly growing and the team is known for their fair and honest offers in a hassle-free environment. They’ll also stay available throughout ownership to help you take care of your classic in the best possible way. As any classic car of the era, the Triumph TR2 can suffer from rust damage. Be sure to check the body panels thoroughly, even if the car was previously restored.
If you’re looking to purchase a Triumph TR2, The Beverly Hills Car Club is a good place to start. Their large inventory offers a good selection of classics of all makes, models, and conditions. Call the team today to hear more about the Triumph TR2 for sale at the Los Angeles classic car dealership.
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