The TR2 was the first production model of the famous Triumph 'TR' range. The car was designed on a tight budget to earn valuable post-war American dollars - to help to pay off colossal war debts.

The TR2 featured a tuned version of the Standard Vanguard engine and benefitted from twin carburettors. The gearbox was a 4 speed. The Triumph Mayflower donated its front suspension and rear axle.

All of these parts plus a simple sports body were mated to a cross-braced chassis. The end result was a rugged little sports cars which went on to enjoy many sucesses in rallies and motorsport competitions.

Roger's first TR car was a 3A bought in 1964. This was after he saw his friends' TR2. He followed this up with a TR4A in 1967. After a short break, Roger came back to TRs in the mid 90s with this TR2 and a TR5.

Roger's first TR car was a 3A bought in 1964. This was after he saw his friends' TR2. He followed this up with a TR4A in 1967.