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Triumph Spitfire

Triumph Spitfire (United Kingdom, 1962-1980)

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In 1962, Triumph launched a small 2-seat sports car named Triumph Spitfire. This model was produced for the next nearly two decades, spawning 5 generations. From 1962 to 1981, an estimated 314.332 Spitfires were produced.   The Triumph Spitfire was only launched and began being produced once Leyland Motors took over Triumph, providing the necessary financial means to build it. The Spitfire model cars were produced at Triumph’s facility in Canley, Coventry, England.


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The British car brand Triumph was founded in 1885 but hasn’t operated since 1984 and it is currently an internal part of Leyland Motors. German men Siegfried Bettmann and Moritz Schulte opened a company named Bettmann & Co. in London in 1885, where they sold Triumph-branded bicycles. Soon they began producing their own devices, rather than just being sellers, opening a facility in Coventry, England. In 1902, the company expanded its production to mo...  more

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