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Article Engine Workshop - Triumph 1500 - Part three
Publication Practical Classics May 2002
Engine Workshop - Triumph 1500 - Part three - Much like Triumph intended, only better. Simon Goldsworthy watches our latest prize motor get bolted back together.
Article Engine workshop - Triumph 1500
Publication Practical Classics April 2002
Engine Workshop. Triumph 1500. Part One. This is the Triumph engine that was so good, MG stuffed it in their Midget. And you could win it for a quid.
Article Engine workshop - Triumph 1500
Publication Practical Classics Spring 2002
Engine Workshop. Triumph 1500. Part Two. Triumph built 1.8m of these engines in five sizes, for three marques and seven model ranges. You can win ours for £1. Simon Goldsworthy explains.
Article Buying Power - Triumph 1300/1500 (Front-Wheel Drive)
Publication Classic Car Weekly 25 September 2008
Buying Power - Triumph 1300/1500 (Front-Wheel Drive)- Triumph went all Sixties technology trendy with its fron-wheeled drive 1300 and 1500 range...Until, that is the formation of British leyland saw them deemed too much competition for Austin and Morrises, and they were gradually converted to rear-wheel drive.  Confused? RICHARD GUNN tries to sort out what on earth was going on, and what to look for when buying one.
Article Buyer's Guide - Triumph 1300/1500
Publication Classic & Sports Car March 2001
Buyer's Guide - Triumph 1300/1500.
Article Classics February 2001 pg 24
Publication Classics February 2001
Executive decision. To find out why Ford's Cortina 1600E evokes the nostalgia curve, Matt White went to compare it with a Hillman GT and a Triumph 1500 saloon.
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