Triumph Sedans/Stag 1959-78 - 2018 Market Review

By: Unique Cars magazine

Triumph Sedans/Stag 1959-78 - 2018

Triumph Sedans/Stag 1959-78 - 2018 Market Review
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Pitted against Rover’s more sophisticated 2000 and 3500 models, Triumph’s 2000/2500 sedans had a tough task but they seem to be winning in the quest for long-term survival.

Mark1 cars are scarce and very good ones exceed $10,000 however it is still easy to find an automatic 2500TS or 2500S at $5000 or less.

Despite lots of race success the Dolomite Sprint didn’t inspire Aussie buyers and today $12,000 buys an excellent car.

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The V8-engined Stag with its distinctive engine note sold well here and outstanding cars might today generate $40,000. Finned Herald convertibles and the scarce six-cylinder Vitesse are worth more than $10,000.

Herald $10,765 [3]

2000 Sedan $9665 [3]

2500TC/2500S $5260 [13]

Dolomite Sprint $9835 [3]

Stag $22,790 [15]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2018 Euro & Brit Car Value Guide.


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