Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Triumph Ten Sedan

The Triumph Standard 8 & 10 (and the Triumph 10) were manufactured from 1953 to 1960. The 8 was powered by a 803cc engine, while the 10 sported a 948cc powerplant generating 40 bhp.

Although they don't seem to be very common here in the States, almost 10,000 sedans were produced (and another 7351 wagons).

1 comment:

Boo Long said...

They were never called a 'Triumph Standard'
They were called Triumph in the USA. Standard everywhere else.

"Standard-Triumph" was the company but they never sold a car with both marque names anywhere.