A personal blog about an owner’s Triumph.
1974 TR6 Mimosa & Chestnut. Original owner since new in 1974, with a few minor modifications along the way.
British Auto Works has been working on and selling parts for British cars for over 20 years now. At British Auto Works we only work on British cars and only sell parts for the British cars. British Auto Works is the largest parts house and repair facility in the Portland, Oregon metro area and one of the largest on the west coast.
Clark & Clark Specialty Products, Inc. was founded in 1989 with the introduction of our first product: the polyethylene Battery Bin for MGB. We now manufacture approximately 200 products, most of which are in the automotive field. We are located in Michigan.
We specialize in:
Creative product ideas.
Good, simple design.
Short-run manufacturing (100-5000 pieces annual volume).
We work with most any materials and most any manufacturing methods.
We specialize in lesser-known and proprietary manufacturing methods which allow us to bring low-volume products to market that may not otherwise be financially feasible.
We manufacture primarily in the US, with some items made in Canada and the Far East.
Specialists in Triumph cars and parts
Spitfire Graveyard is an excellent source for used parts for Triumph cars.
They are located in South Yorkshire, England.
Specializing in Triumph and MG automobiles.
Charles Runyan, now a well–known British car enthusiast, founded the Roadster Factory in 1978. The Company was established in Charles’s apartment, and it now occupies a thirty thousand square-foot warehouse. It is the goal of The Roadster Factory to make it as easy as possible for our customers to drive, maintain, and restore classic British sports cars for fun, for transportation, for racing, or for show as they desire. To this end, we stock everything from major components to nuts and bolts, and we provide free copies of parts catalogues for individual models.
The Triumph Experience site was launched in June 2006 by Skye Nott. It provides vibrant community support for Triumph automobile owners to share information, photos, get repair and restoration help from others, buy and sell cars and used parts, and find other like minded enthusiasts in their area.
About Triumph Automobiles
From humble beginnings as a bicycle manufacturer, Triumph began building motorcycles in 1902. In 1921 Triumph acquired the Dawson Car Company and began building automobiles beginning with the 1.4L Triumph 10/20. In the 1930s they changed their name to the Triumph Car Company, and spun off the motorcycle division into its own company in 1936. Donald Healey was the Experimental Manager from 1934 until 1939, when T.W. Ward purchased the company and placed Healey in charge as general manager. The company produced several models including the Gloria and the Dolomite during this time.
After WWII, the company merged with the Standard Motor Company to form Standard-Triumph and once again started automobile construction, building one of the most modern car assembly plants in the world in 1959 at Canley for the new Triumph Herald. The Standard-Triumph company was eventually bought in 1960 by Leyland Motors Ltd for the sum of £20 million. The last Triumph model was the Acclaim which was introduced in 1981. Many iconic British sports cars were produced by Triumph in the 1960s and 1970s.
Austin Healey Parts and Service a Specialty
Tom’s Import Toy Sales & Service is dedicated to keeping classic British cars such as Austin Healeys, Triumphs, Jaguars and MGs on the road.
Our mission is to provide the best in parts and service to others who love to drive classic British cars. Whether it is an Austin Healey 3000 Mark II, or a MGA 1500, you can rely on us for parts and service.