Triumph 1930

Super Seven (od 1927)


October advert.

Triumph offers a wide range of body styles on the 7 HP Model K chassis. It has an 832.24-cc (56.5 x 83 mm) 7.9 H P side-valve Four engine; developing 18 bhp. A Supercharged Sports Two-seater is offered also, priced at £250. Triumphs are among the earliest British cars to have hydraulic brakes.

 

Super Seven

 


1930/31 Open Two-seater which sold at £167.10s.

 

Scorpion