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Triumph Stag

Triumph - Saloon - Petrol

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V8 rumble looks to die for a real pleasure to driv...

Lots of bad ones out there watch out for rust and ...

***EDITED VERSION OF AN EARLY REVIEW,THANKS FOR LOOKING*** TRIUMPH STAG 3.0 V BRITISH AND PROUD OF IT I started to get into classic cars years ago and only last year did I buy an old MK1 Stag for a bit of fun.It was a 1972 model and Tax exempt,had only had 4 owners and low miles just 55,000 but...

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Excellent

“Owning a Triumph Stag”

published 23/10/2002

Hard Top & Convertable all rolled into one

Needs to be treated like a princess, but she is on...

Why buy an old car when you can get a new one? Well, if you haven't driven a Stag you will never know! Other than the E type Jag this is the princess of all cars. It is a 4 seater (or maybe 5 at a push) sports car with the wonderful benefit of having a good removable hard top for use in winter or...

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Excellent

The Smile Factor. Beautiful looks. Beautiful noise...

Like all 30 year old cars, servicing and maintenan...

Everyone who didn't own a Stag knows just how bad they were. And the critics will tell you. But the reality is somewhat different. The release of Triumph's first truly luxurious GT, the svelte Stag, unfortunately coincided with its parent company stalling on the showroom floor. (Sir) Michael...

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