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Article Brussels Proud
Publication Classic Cars April 2012
Brussels Proud - Built in Belgium and based on a classic British roadster, this coupe put the lid on the Triumph TR2 story.  We drive a rare survivor that's been painstakingly restored.
Article The Magnificent Eleven
Publication Practical Classics February 2011
The Magnificent Eleven - Its a never-been-done-before 11-Triumph road test.  Matt Jones samples TR heaven..,.or is it hell?
Article Buying Guide - Triumph TR2-TR3A (1953-1961)
Publication Practical Classics May 2008
Buying Guide - Triumph TR2-TR3A.
Article Slowly does it
Publication Classic Cars April 2008
Slowly does it- On paper the Triumph TR2 isn't one of the fastest race entrants - but that doesn't make it any less exciting, as Tony Dron found in a Le Mans Legend race.
Article There's a TR in the Trossachs
Publication Practical Classics February 2006
There's a TR in the Trossachs - Take a proper British sportscar, unusually fine weather plus great Scottish roads, and what do you get? A fantastic day out, finds Nigel Boothman.
Article Still Fun at Fifty - MG vs Triumph vs Morgan vs Jowett
Publication Classic Cars February 2005
Still Fun at Fifty - MG vs Triumph vs Morgan vs Jowett - In the fifties, these roadsters provided a fun alternative to stuffy saloons.  Fifty years on with traffic congestion and speed cameras, they might just offer more fun than their modern equivalents.
Article Restored Triumph TR2
Publication Practical Classics October 2004
Restored Triumph TR2 - Chris Bowns loves a challenge, so when £1500 worth of Triumph TR2 turned up on his doorstep in six boxes he didnít panic.  Instead he painstakingly pieced together the jigsaw of parts and transformed the two-seater back to its brilliant best.
Article From Cradle to Grave - TR2 to TR4
Publication Practical Classics August 2003
From Cradle to Grave - TR2 to TR4 - As different to look at as chalk and cheddar, Triumph's TR2 and TR4 are more closely related than you might think.  Dan Stevens gets under the skin of the sports cars that made Triumph's name in North America.
Article Buyers Guide - Triumph TR2-4A
Publication Practical Classics April 1997
Buyers Guide - Triumph TR2-4A - A good TR four-cylinder is the archetypal small sportscar from Britain's golden age of motoring.  But you'll need to choose carefully before driving the dream, warns Lloyd McNeill.
Article Buyer's guide - Triumph TR2-3A
Publication Classic & Sports Car September 2011
Buyer's guide - Triumph TR2-3A - The original 'sidescreen' TR has all the hallmarks of a truly great classic, according to Malcolm McKay.
Article Buyer's Guide - Triumph TR2
Publication Classic Car Weekly 15 December 2010
Buyer's Guide - Triumph TR2 - Tough, simple and torquey.  JACK CARFRAE finds out why the Triumph TR2 is such good fun.
Article DIY Dream
Publication Classics Monthly September 2009
DIY Dream- A very tired Triumph TR2 proved no problem for its enthusiastic owner...
Article Buying Power - Triumph TR2/3
Publication Classic Car Weekly 20 September 2007
Buying Power - Triumph TR2/3- More traditionally British than a stiff upper lip and roast beef dinners, the Triumph TR series starts here.  IAN SEABROOK advises how to avoid a money pit on your route to TR ownership.  Expert advice comes from Andrew Mundy of Rimmer Brothers.
Article The Magic Numbers
Publication Classic & Sports Car March 2007
The Magic Numbers - From TR2 to TR8, the essential flavour of Triumph's sports car remained the same despite and ever-changing recipe.  James Elliott drives them all.
Article Buying Guide - Triumph TR2 1953-1955
Publication Octane June 2006
Buying Guide - Triumph TR2 1953-1955 - Triumph's tough little TR2 is a fun and suprisingly fast sports car that's as good in competition as it is on the road, yet doesn't cost a fortune to maintain.
Article Don't take it as red (it's Geranium)
Publication Classics Monthly September 2005
Donít take it as red (itís Geranium) - When engineer Allen Peatfield set himself the challenge of rebuilding a TR2 in just one season he didnít realise just how much work it would need, as Greg Whitaker reports.
Article Buying Power - Triumph TR2/3A
Publication Classic Car Weekly 17 February 2005
Buying Power - Triumph TR2/3A - Perennial Triumph favourites and pioneers of the TR range, the TR2 and 3 are great fun to drive, but potentially expensive to buy.  RICHARD GUNN looks at how not to spend any more than you have to.
Article Return ot spendour
Publication Classic & Sports Car August 2001
Return ot spendour - The first right-hand TR2 is back; James Elliott is the first journalist to drive it.
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