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De Triumph 1800 roadster 18 TR was introduced in the year 1946. After Standard motor company took over Triumph in 1945 they wanted to built sporty cars in the same range as the Jaguar SS models which were equipped with Standard engines (the SS Jaguar 1.5 litre). De 1800 roadster 18 TR was built in 1946 and 1947 and was mechanically based on the Triumph 1800 Saloon. The Triumph 1800 roadster was equipped with a 4- speed gearbox which was operated from the steering column. The gear-lever location at the steering column was very convenient when three persons were sitting on the car's front-bench. The Triumph Roadster was designed by Frank Callaby who gave the car a very classic shape and styling for a post-war car. the design shows a set back radiator, a dickey seat and exposed headlamps. The dickey seat is a very nice detail in the design of the Triumph Roadster; offering two seats and a windscreen. At the end of 1947 the 1800 roadster was succeeded by the 2000 roadster which was fitted with a more powerful engine and a fully synchronized three- speed gearbox. The Triumph roadster is seldom seen classic car. Only 2501 Triumph 1800 roadster models were produced and 2000 Triumph 2000 roadster models.

John Black and his people started right away to bring Triumph back on wheels again. They build the Triumph 1800 based on a Standard chassis and equipped with the 1800 engine they delivered to S.S. Cars. The 1800 came onto the market in 1946. There where two models, the 18T Saloon and the 18 TR Roadster. The Triumph 1800 TR roadster was not quite the sports car John Black expected it to be. The cylinder capacity was enlarged up to 2000 cc. which resulted in the introduction of the Triumph Roadster 2000TR(A).

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John Black and his people started right away to bring Triumph back on wheels again. They build the Triumph 1800 based on a Standard chassis and equipped with the 1800 engine they delivered to S.S. Cars. The 1800 came onto the market in 1946. There where two models, the 18T Saloon and the 18 TR Roadster. The Triumph 1800 TR roadster was not quite the sports car John Black expected it to be. The cylinder capacity was enlarged up to 2000 cc. which resulted in the introduction of the Triumph Roadster 2000TR(A).

The Triumph Roadster is an which was produced by Britain's from 1946 to 1949. It was first available as the Triumph 1800 Roadster (18TR) from 1946 to 1948 and then as the Triumph 2000 Roadster (TRA) from 1948 to 1949.