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  • | company_name = Triumph Motor Company | company_logo = [[Image:Triumph MC logo.svg|150px| Triumph Logo (1978 version)]]
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  • | company_name = Triumph Motor Company | company_logo = [[Image:Triumph MC logo.svg|150px| Triumph Logo (1978 version)]]
    19 KB (2,592 words) - 22:24, 26 February 2009
  • ...[http://www.ianchadwick.com/motorcycles/triumph/time02.html] IanChadwick ''Triumph Time2'' (Retrieved 25 November 2006)</ref> ...S appeared, but did not sell well, and ended production in 1927.<ref name="Triumph Time2"/>
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  • ...ot have time to perform the restyling for the very succesfful Triumph TR6, Triumph turned to Karmann who rapidly produced the TR6 design, borrowing heavily fr
    13 KB (1,788 words) - 22:27, 26 February 2009
  • ...sometimes compared with his other popular design of the same period, the [[Triumph Herald]]. A coupé and a cabriolet were also produced, whose bodies were ma
    4 KB (539 words) - 22:11, 26 February 2009
  • ...e Rileys were more interested in a larger British concern, and looked to [[Triumph Motor Company]], also of Coventry, as a natural fit. In February, 1938, all ...Mini/[[BMW MINI|MINI]], BMW retained the rights to [[Triumph Motor Company|Triumph]] and Riley.
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  • |similar=[[Triumph Dolomite]]
    12 KB (1,815 words) - 22:25, 26 February 2009
  • ...or Company|Morris]], [[Riley (automobile)|Riley]], [[Triumph Motor Company|Triumph]] and [[Wolseley Motor Company|Wolseley]] under BMW ownership. BMW retained the rights to Mini, Triumph and other marques. [[MINI (BMW)|MINI]] has been a highly successful busines
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