The Triumph TR2, from the British car manufacturer Triumph Motor Company, was the successor of the Triumph 20TS. This model was an improved version of the 20TS. British Racing Motors development engineer and test driver, Ken Richardson assessed the vehicle negatively. This resulted in him becoming part of the development team that was in charge of designing a replacement. This ended up being the Triumph TR2. This car is a sports car in a roadster carroserie. The car has a ladder-type chassis, giving it a longer body and a bigger boot.
This Triumph TR2 has been imported from Germany. The car has been restored in the Netherlands in the past. This car is white with a dark red leather interior and a dark red linnen hood. This model is a left-hand drive and has a 2 liter, 4-cylinder that has been revised. The transmission is four-gear transmission with overdrive. Notable features of this car are the hard and soft-top. This car has been registered with a Dutch licenseplate.