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History

Between 1933 and 1938 Triumph made a large and confusing range of Gloria sporting saloons, coupes, tourers, 2-seater sports cars, drophead coupes and golfer’s coupes. All these Glorias, apart from the final two models ( 1.5-Litre Saloon and Fourteen Six-Light Saloon) were powered by 4 or 6 cylinder Coventry Climax overhead inlet and side exhaust valve designed engines (modified & built by Triumph). From August 1934 to 1936 the Gloria range included ‘Gloria Vitesse’ models (not to be confused with later Vitesses) which were up-rated, engine & equipment, versions of the equivalent Gloria and slightly different bodywork in the case of some saloons.

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  • Pre-1940 Triumph Owners Club website

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