Triumh. 1800Saloon. 1948. 4//73/106cc.



1st Registration: 1948.

Type of change: Manual.

Tuition National Barcelona.

Career: 4/73/106cc. ITV the day.

Color: Green English, interior: original upholstery.

Impeccable. In original perfect condition.

In perfect state of functioning.

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Triumph 1800
Triumph 2000 TDA
Triumph Renown


Triumh 1800Saloon 1948 4//73/106cc



Standard Motor Company


1946-1954. 15491 fact

Body and chassis

Body type

4 door saloon, limousine.

propulsion system


1766 cc, or 2088 cc Straight-4 valves to the head


manual 3-speed transmission


Distance between axes

108 (2.743 mm) 1800, 2000 and Renown
111 (2.819 mm) and TDC limousine


168 (4.267 mm) 2000
178 in Renown (4.521 mm)
181 (4.597 mm) and TDC limousine


64 in (1626 mm)


65 in (1651 mm)


The Triumph Renown is strictly the name given to the Triumph's large saloon 's done 1949-54 but is, in reality, part of a series of three car models 1800, 2000 and renown. Together with the Triumph Roadster , they were the first vehicles to wear the badge of triumph after the receipt of the company by the Standard Motor Company .

The owner of Triumph Razoredge Club Ltd, formed in 1975, provides support to the classroom Razoredge remaining. From 2016, the club knows of around 250 of these cars distributed throughout the world. The later two series of cars with numbers of chassis that begin TDB and TDC have survived better than the previous two variants. This may be due to the similarity of most of the mechanical parts with the Vanguard standard that occurred during the same period.

These cars offer a stylish motorsport quiet. experience. Which were equipped with overdrive Laycock de Normanville are able to cruise at around 55 to 60 mph, and return a fuel consumption of around 25 to 27 mpg.


The cars were styled distinctive in the fashion of the 1930s after the razor Edge auto bodies used in the 1940s by others, including Austin, texas for his great Sheerline . The design of the six light (featuring three side windows on each side) and the thin C-pillars at the rear of the passenger cabin anticipated the increased window areas that would become a feature of the car british during the decade of 1960. The side profile of the car seemed to the contemporaries of prestige Bentley saloons, which some felt was more than a coincidence. Similar style later appeared in the smaller Triumph Mayflower . The general director of the Standard Motor Company at that time, Sir John Black, commissioned the design of the saloon Razoredge. There has been much debate in recent years as to exactly what the designers of that time were responsible for the style, but it is very clear from the records that Sir John drove the production forward and uses the name of Triumph company Triumph before the war, had been bought by the Standard Motor Company.

The body was built by Mulliners of Birmingham, in the method of the masking traditional sheet metal over a wooden frame. The main panels were not constructed from steel , which was scarce in the wake of the Second World War, but from aluminium . Had been widely used for the manufacture of aircraft during the war, which had taken place in a number of automotive factories (known at the time as " factories of shadow ") in the Midlands English. But in the mid-1950s aluminium had become the metal more expensive, which may have accelerated the disappearance of fame.

Triumph 1800 Town & Country Saloon 1946-1949

The engine is 1776 cc, 65 HP (48 kW) and the gearbox for the 1800 came from the pre-war Standard Flying Fourteen (also built 1945-1948). The chassis was fabricated from tubular steel and is lengthened 108 in (2.743 mm) version of the one in the Roadster with which it also shared its transverse plane of the front suspension spring. The cars were well-equipped with leather seats and a dashboard made of wood.

It produced a total of 4000. It cost £ 1425 including tax of purchase.

Disappearance and substitution

There was No vehicle direct replacement triumph after the end of the production is renowned for. A version badge of the engineering of the Standard Vanguard Phase III designed to be called the triumph Renown was built with a version of the radiator grille triumph in the vertical position and the insignia of the triumph of the "world", but shortly before the release of the model in August of 1956 it was decided to badge it as the cutting edge of sports standard in its place.



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Triumh. 1800Saloon. 1948. 4//73/106cc.

Triumh. 1800Saloon. 1948. 4//73/106cc.

1st Registration: 1948.

Type of change: Manual.

Tuition National Barcelona.

Career: 4/73/106cc. ITV the day.

Color: Green English, interior: original upholstery.

Impeccable. In original perfect condition.

In perfect state of functioning.

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