Triumph Sedans/Stag 1959-78: Market Review 2019

By: Cliff Chambers

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Triumph Sedans/Stag 1959-78 market review

As occurs with a lot of British brands, the smallest cars in the Triumph sedan range are doing better than larger ones.

The most desirable Triumph sedans are also the most difficult to find and we haven’t seen a Mark I PI offered locally for some years.

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Heading overseas for guidance was no help as they are ultra-scarce there as well. Better pickings exist in the ranks of 2500TC and 2500S models, although desirable manual/overdrive cars are scarce and headed for $15,000.

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With its competition credentials, the Dolomite Sprint should do better than $10,000 and Stags are back to more typical pricing after taking a brief look at $25k.

Herald $13,075 [4] 

2000 Mark I Sedan $7500 [2]

2500TC/2500S $5895 [10] 

Dolomite Sprint $9950 [2] 

Stag $18,950 [10]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2019 European & British Value Guide.

 

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