Daily Archives: March 1, 2002

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Historical Enigma

Did this car run Le Mans? Amidst the stables and green rolling hills of Rancho Santa Fe, California, in a garage filled with legendary race cars, brutes from NASCAR’s steep banks, lies a small terror of the race track. A legend at Willow Springs, it’s something of a historical question mark. The 1965 Triumph Spitfire…

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A Glorious Gloria

By Paul Richardson It was at the 1997 Vintage Triumph Register convention in Fort Worth, Texas, that I first saw the 1935 Triumph Gloria Southern Cross owned by my old friend Duncan Wood. Duncan, an Englishman working in Texas, bought the car in London in 1996. The Gloria has had only five owners, all of…

Filling the Void

The Triumph Spitfire By Wiley Davis The Triumph Spitfire shares a name with the legendary defender of Great Britain, the Supermarine Spitfire fighter aircraft. The connection, however, is in name only, and there is no real evidence that suggests this was intentional. There are legends that claim otherwise. One such story hints that Triumph was…

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A Family Affair

By Wiley Davis Riding the bus home wasn’t cool. Getting picked up was much better. A minivan would do, plenty of room. A sedan wasn’t so bad either, much better than the bus. There are, of course, ideal situations that can bend the inclinations of an impressionable child, causing them to make totally irrational decisions…

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