A Second World War veteran and Standard Triumph manager has celebrated his 100th birthday in Coventry. Continue reading “Bill Bullivant”
Of the 53 years that the Forward Radiator Company of Bordesley Green Road, Birmingham, was in existence, the last decade was undoubtedly the most dramatic in the company’s long history. Continue reading “Forward Radiator – Bordesley Green”
Outside the New Assembly Hall, Canley, are the personnel of Schedule Control — happily looking forward to working on big orders for our new models ! Continue reading “Schedule Control”
A Visit to the Triumph Works
We headed for Coventry and drove along the Ring Road to the factory of the Standard Motor Company Ltd., where Triumph TR3s are assembled.
Continue reading “A Visit to the Triumph Works – 1957”
Born in Liverpool, where he attended the Liverpool College of Art, in 1927 Walter Belgrove moved to Coventry where he was hired by Triumph, after some years of apprenticeship first at the “J. Blake and Co.” body shop in Liverpool, then at “Windovers” in London, where he practiced both the design and the bodyworks modeling. Continue reading “Walter Belgrove”
Whilst researching Arthur Hutt, I came across your article on the Standard Triumph website and thought you might like to know the following.
Continue reading “Joe Waite”