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Article The Magnificent Eleven
Publication Practical Classics February 2011
The Magnificent Eleven - Its a never-been-done-before 11-Triumph road test.  Matt Jones samples TR heaven..,.or is it hell?
Article Three of a different kind
Publication Classic Cars February 2009
Three of a different kind- Forty years ago the Triumph TR5, Porsche 911 and Alfa GTV offered their own take on captivating dynamics, competition-bred integrity and affordable Sixties style.  Which one belongs in your garage today?  Triumph TR5, 1972 Porsche 911T, 1970 Alfa Romeo 1750 GTV.
Article Power + Charm =TR5
Publication Classic Cars April 2005
Power + Charm = TR5 - The Triumph TR5 was built as a stop-gap model but now itís the pick of the range with prices to match.  The people who know it best give us the inside story.
Article Buyers Guide - Triumph TR4, TR4A & TR5 (1961-1968)
Publication Practical Classics February 2003
Buyers Guide Triumph TR4 TR4A & TR5 1961-1968. You'd be pushed to find a more traditional British roadster, but there are major pitfalls to catch out the unwary when buying one of these Triumphs.
Article Triumph transformed
Publication Classic Cars June 2002
Triumph transformed - Already one of the most muscular of all the great British sports cars, this TR5 has been comprehensively re-engineered by specialist.  Racetorations for much-improved performanc, handling and reliability.  But underneath all that, will it still tasted like a true TR?
Article Time for your injections gentlemen
Publication Practical Classics May 2002
Side by Side Fuel Injected Cars. Time for your injections gentlemen. Fuel-injection has been the route to more power for nearly 50 years. Kevin Leaper brings together five cars that chart its development.
Article Buyer's Guide - Triumph TR5/6
Publication Practical Classics October 1997
Buyer's Guide - Triumph TR5/6 - Owning a six-cylinder TR can be a joyful experience, buy buying a bad one could become very distressing, warns Russ Smith.
Article Classic to restore
Publication Classic Car Mart March 2011
Classic to restore - It's at this time of the year that many of us consider our next project.  But which classics make the best choices right now? Paul Guinness chooses six of his most recommended classic to restore.  Morris Minor, MGB & MGB GT, Classic Mini, Ford Anglia 105E, Triumph TR5, Austin-Healey Sprite.
Article Buyer's guide: Triumph TR4, 4A, 5&6 (1961-1976)
Publication Classic Car Mart June 2010
Buyer's guide: Triumph TR4, 4A, 5&6 (1961-1976) - Cheap to buy and easy to run, the later Triumph TRs make cracking classic transport.
Article Buying Power - Triumph TR5/6
Publication Classic Car Weekly 13 August 2009
Buying Power - Triumph TR5/6 - As the six-cylinder members of the Triumph sports car family, the traditionally-styled TR5 and restyled TR6 pack power and performance.  CHRIS HOPE takes a look at buying the last of the non-wedge TRs.
Article Lethal injection
Publication Classics Monthly December 2008
Lethal injection- There was a time when classic car fuel injection equalled unreliable - not any more.
Article Five alive & kicking
Publication Classics Monthly September 2007
Five alive & kicking  - Michelotti styling and a smooth, injected six made saving this derelict TR5 worthwhile, but the rescue job wasn't cheap.
Article The Magic Numbers
Publication Classic & Sports Car March 2007
The Magic Numbers - From TR2 to TR8, the essential flavour of Triumph's sports car remained the same despite and ever-changing recipe.  James Elliott drives them all.
Article Buying power - Triumph TR5/6
Publication Classic Car Weekly 11 May 2006
Buying power - Triumph TR5/6 - The TR5 and Teutonically-revamped TR6 were the final incarnations of the traditional Triumph sportscar - albeit with six cyclinders instead of four.  RICHARD GUNN looks at buying one of the great British bruisers.
Article Bringing the 5 alive
Publication Classic & Sports Car December 2005
Bringing the 5 alive - The TR5 was arguably Triumph's finest hour.  Andrew Noakes finds out how it all came together - and how to make them even better.
Article Your Classic Jaguar E-Type & Triumph TR5
Publication Classics Monthly November 2005
Rhubarb & Custard - Regarded as two of the sweetest 1960s British sportscars ever, the E-type Jaguar and Triumph TR5 are as different as they are exciting.  So what's it like having two great classics in the same household? Bill Newman & Julie Collins explains.
Article Mystery Strain
Publication Classic & Sports Car June 2004
Mystery Strain - Malcolm McKay investigates a Michelotti prototype that had six cylinders six years before the TR5 and inspired Karmann's TR6.
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