Triumph TS1

Instantly recognizable to Triumph fans with it’s spats, red roof, and interior, the TS1 is one of the earliest known examples of the TR2. Built by Triumph at their Banner Lane factory, the TS1’s sole purpose was to give the Canadian public a chance to see the new TR2 model at the 1953 Canadian Motor Show in Toronto. While the differences between the TS1 and production TR2 models may not be obvious, they are, nonetheless plentiful including the frame, master cylinder locations, door pocket shape, windscreen height, top fabrication, bumperettes, and exhaust to name just a few. I’m offering just 10 signed and numbered limited edition prints of the TS1 available as:

  • 22″ x 16″ or 30″ x 20″ framed or unframed archival print, naturally pigmented inks
  • 30″ x 20″ framed canvas giclee
  • 47″ x 23″ brushed aluminum composite, translucent inks

From $330 (not including shipping)

8 in stock

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