TR2

TR2

The Triumph TR2 is a sports car produced by the Standard Motor Company, with Sir John Black at the healm, in the United Kingdom in 1953, 1954 and 1955, during which time 8,636 cars were produced.

Chassis numbers for the Triumph TR2 range from TS1 (1953) to TS8636 (1955).

Two ranges of colours were issued during TR2 production as detailed in the tables below.

Click the following links to see the ranges of colours were issued during TR2 production:
Up to TS1200 (list dated 23/07/53) | From TS1201 to TS8636 (list dated 05/04/54)

TR2 Colours up to TS1200 (list dated 23/07/53)

Paint

Trim

Hood & Sidescreens

Ice Blue

Grey

Blackberry

Geranium

Ice Blue

Blackberry

Geranium

Geranium

Grey

Blackberry

Geranium

Ice Blue

Blackberry

Geranium

Olive Yellow

Grey

Blackberry

Geranium

Ice Blue

Blackberry

Geranium

Pearl White

Geranium

Grey

Blackberry

Geranium

White

Blackberry

Black

Geranium

Grey

Blackberry

Ice Blue, Blackberry, Pearl White

TR2 Colours from TS1201 to TS8636 (list dated 05/04/54)

Paint

Trim

Hood & Sidescreens

Signal Red

Brown

Stone

Red

Fawn, Black

Fawn

Fawn (and possibly Black)

British Racing Green (BRG)

Red

Brown

Stone

Fawn, Black

Fawn, Black

Fawn

Black

Brown

Blue

Red

Stone

Grey

Fawn, Black

Fawn, Black

Fawn, Black

Fawn

Fawn (and possibly Black)

Pearl White

Blue

Red

Brown

Grey

Fawn, Black

Fawn, Black

Fawn, Black

Fawn, Black

Geranium

Geranium

Grey

Geranium, Black, Fawn

Geranium, Black, Fawn

Piggott, B. (1991) Original Trimph TR – The Restorer’s Guide to TR2, TR3, TR3a, TR4, TR4A, TR5, TR250, TR6, Bideford: Bay View Books Ltd.

The Triumph TR2 is sometimes referred to as Triumph TR2 long door or TR2 short door.

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