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1955–1957 Triumph TR3. The car was powered by a 1991 cc straight-4 OHV engine initially producing 95 bhp (71 kW; 96 PS), an increase of 5 hp over the TR2 thanks to the larger SU-H6 carburettors fitted.

1953-1955 The car used a twin SU carburettor version of the 121 cid (1991 cc) four-cylinder Standard Vanguard engine tuned to increase its output to 90 bhp (67 kW). The body was mounted on a substantial separate chassis with coil-sprung independent suspension at the front and a leaf spring live axle at the rear. Either wire or disc wheels could be supplied.

16 2-litre 6-cylinder engine. In July 1938 a slightly longer wheelbase version powered by a 1,991 cc engine fed by triple SUs joined the range while the saloon version featuring the same 1991 cc engine still made do with just two SU carburettors. No power output figure was quoted by the manufacturers for the 1991 cc Dolomite.

1953-1955 The car used a twin SU carburettor version of the 121 cid (1991 cc) four-cylinder Standard Vanguard engine tuned to increase its output to 90 bhp (67 kW). The body was mounted on a substantial separate chassis with coil-sprung independent suspension at the front and a leaf spring live axle at the rear. Either wire or disc wheels could be supplied.

16 2-litre 6-cylinder engine. In July 1938 a slightly longer wheelbase version powered by a 1,991 cc engine fed by triple SUs joined the range while the saloon version featuring the same 1991 cc engine still made do with just two SU carburettors. No power output figure was quoted by the manufacturers for the 1991 cc Dolomite.

16 2-litre 6-cylinder engine. In July 1938 a slightly longer wheelbase version powered by a 1,991 cc engine fed by triple SUs joined the range while the saloon version featuring the same 1991 cc engine still made do with just two SU carburettors. No power output figure was quoted by the manufacturers for the 1991 cc Dolomite.

The Triumph TR1 sports car was originally given the designation Triumph 20TS. It was a prototype, and only one example was ever built. The Triumph 20TS was constructed using components that were available at that time. The engine was a 1991 cc, 4-cylinder from the Standard Vanguard saloon. The suspension, from the Triumph Mayflower saloon and the Vanguard. The chassis was from the Standard 8 saloon. http://www.sportscar2.com/sports-car-triumph-tr1.html#sthash.HrUGqgPW.dpuf

1965–1970 The Triumph 1300 was a medium/small 4-door saloon car made in Coventry, England by Standard Triumph under the control of Leyland Motors. Produced from 1965 and intended as a replacement of the popular Triumph Herald, it was re-engineered in the 1970s to become the Dolomite range.

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