Triumph 1935

Gloria Four (4cyl, 1232 cm³, 42 KM lub 1496 cm³, 50 KM)
Gloria Six-12 (6cyl, 1476 cm³, 55 KM) - end of prod.
Gloria Six-16 (6cyl, 1991 cm³, 65 KM) - new model

Great Britain


"Samochód, który jest inny".
Triumph model range comprises Gloria Fours and Sixes, all with Coventry Climax engines with overhead inlet and side exhaust valves. The cheapest model is the 10.8 HP Gloria Four Southern Cross Two-seater, at £275. At the other end of the scale is the 15.72 HP Gloria Vitesse Six Flow-Free Saloon, priced at £425. All Triumphs features a free-wheel and remote control gear selection, as well as Lucas Startix ignition systems. Twin fuel tanks are located in the rear wings.
 

Gloria

10-4
  Saloon
  Vitesse
16-6
  Saloon
  Vitesse
  Flow-Free Saloon


Southern Cross

Gloria Southern Cross

Gloria Vitesse Six Flow-Free Saloon have very smart appearance. This body is mounted only on the Vitesse chassis which have a specially tuned engine, developing 65 bhp.

Gloria Vitesse Six Flow-Free Saloon
 

 

Rallies:
  Event: Entered: Raced: Finished: Best results:
19-27.01.1935 Rallye Monte Carlo 5 ? 3 23 Jack C. Ridley Gloria Special 1232 cc 2nd (->1500 1st)
          121 des Forest / Siko Gloria Four 1232 cc 36th (Ladies Cup 3rd)

Jack C. Ridley in Gloria Special drove from Umea. He took 2nd place overall and won in up to 1500 cc class.

Mle Simone des Forest and Mme Odette Siko were 3rd in Ladies Cup driving Triumph Gloria from Umea.

Donald M. Healey's Triumph Dolomite 1990 cc in RMC. He started from Umea but didn't finished having an accident.