In production : Triumph

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The 1960s were an exciting time for Triumph, which saw great expansion at the Canley factory. Below are some photographs taken at the 180,000 cars-per-year facility, as well as some at the sister plant in Speke.


Triumph TR6


Toledo

These early two-door Toledos were built at the Speke factory.

Final finishing of the Toledo at the Speke factory.
Final finishing of the Toledo at the Speke factory.

Dolomite

Dolomite and 2500 final finishing at the Canley factory. (Pic: Alan Crome)Dolomite and 2500 final finishing at the Canley factory. (Pic: Alan Crome)
Dolomite and 2500 final finishing at the Canley factory. (Pic: Alan Crome)

2000/2500


Stag


Pictures kindly supplied by Graham Arnold and Alan Crome

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1 Comment

  1. Great nostalgia in these pictures. What a pity it’s all ended and no more Triumph’s are built now. Lovely cars in their era.

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