The Triumph TR range is amongst the most popular of classic British sports cars on both sides of the Atlantic. "TRIUMPH TR - TR2 to 6: The last of the traditional sports cars", as the title suggests, covers the cars from the basic four-cylinder TR2 introduced in 1953 to the hairy-chested six-cylinder TR6 that finally bowed out of production in 1975, to be replaced by the unloved TR7.The previous edition of this popular book was well received, and had the following five star review published on Amazon.com:"You can't go wrong buying a book from this author. I admit, I am a junkie for little British car books and this guy is up there with the other experts like Terry Horler on MG Midgets and Clausager on MGB's and Austin Healeys. Bill Piggott also has a book out on big Healeys...A lot about Triumph TR and it's racing heritage is covered in this book and more pages devoted to the early TR's (2 and 3) than the six. Still, a very good read with lots of pictures...from early dealer brochures to rally shots from across the pond. If you own a TR, you will want this book." (Written by Dennis Silance)
There is plenty to satisfy the anorak and race/rally enthusiast alike in terms of facts and figures, while ... copiously illustrated. RETRO SPEED Well produced and put together, this book from Veloce's Classic Reprint Series would certainly make a nice addition to a Triumph aficionado's library. Petrolicious [An] excellent reference 160 page hardback ... Warning: Even if you do not own one right now you might very well end up wanting on having read these trusty volumes. Big End/All Torque. In British car collecting circles the Triumph TR range is one of the most collectible and sought after. "Triumph TR-TR2 to 6: The Last of the Traditional Sports Cars," is part of the Veloce Classic Reprint Series" and was originally penned back in 2003 by acclaimed author Bill Piggott who has written twelve books on classic British sports cars. By far, this is the best TR book available and should be on every Triumph enthusiast's bookshelf. - Norm Mort, Freelance.