Last out in my veteran car week is a black beauty from Great Britain, a Triumph 1800 Roadster from 1948. Triumph Roadster was the first post war car from Britain’s Triumph Motor Company. A total of 4501 cars of this model was produced between 1946 and 1949. It came with two types of engines, a 1800 cc and a 2000 cc. This black beauty, with the smaller engine type, made a visit to Mariefred on the day of steam 2011. The last car with the Triumph brand was produced in 1984 but BMW currently own the trademark.
I hope you enjoyed these old beauties I presented under the theme “Veteran Car Week”. For sure I will continue take photos of cars but for now there will be HDR-photo with different motives on my blog.