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Triumph Gloria

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Triumph Gloria
Triumph Gloria 1935 - Flickr - mick - Lumix.jpg
1991 cc 6-cylinder four door sports saloon
April 1935
Overview
ManufacturerTriumph Motor Company
Production1934-1938 [1]
Powertrain
Engine1087 or 1232 cc four-cylinder
1467 or 1991 six-cylinder
1496 or 1767 cc four-cylinder [1]
Transmissionfour-speed
Dimensions
Wheelbase108 in (2,743 mm) or 116 in (2,946 mm)[2]

The Triumph Gloria is a car which was produced by the Triumph Motor Company in Coventry, England, from 1934 to 1938.

History

Between 1934 and 1938 Triumph made a large and complex range of Gloria sporting saloons, coupés, tourers, 2-seater sports cars, drophead coupés and golfer’s coupés. All these Glorias, apart from the final two models (1.5-Litre Saloon and Fourteen (1767 cc) Six-Light Saloon of 1937-1938) were powered by 1087 or 1232 cc four-cylinder or 1467 or 1991 cc six-cylinder Coventry Climax overhead inlet and side exhaust valve designed engines (modified and built under licence by Triumph).

The chassis came in two lengths, with an extra 8 in (203 mm) ahead of the passenger compartment depending on whether the four- or six-cylinder engine was fitted, and had conventional non-independent suspension with semi elliptic leaf springs. The brakes were hydraulically operated using the Lockheed system with large 12 in (305 mm) drums.[3] A four-speed transmission was fitted with an optional free wheel mechanism allowing "clutchless" gear changing. Synchromesh was fitted to the gearbox on the final Fourteen and 1.5-litre models.

Gloria Vitesse

From August 1934 to 1936 the Gloria range included ‘Gloria Vitesse’ models (not to be confused with later Vitesses) which were up-rated, with twin carburettor engine and equipment, versions of the equivalent Gloria and slightly different bodywork in the case of some saloons.

Gloria Southern Cross

Gloria Southern Cross 10.8 HP 1,232 cc 1935
Gloria Southern Cross 10.8 HP 1,232 cc 1935

There was also from 1934 to 1937 an open two-seat sporting model, the Southern Cross, re-using the name previously applied to the sports version of the Triumph Super 9. This used a shortened chassis of 96 in (2,438 mm) for 1232 cc four-cylinder models and 104 in (2,642 mm) for the 1991 sixes.[1]

Scale models and die-cast models

Lansdowne Models introduced a model of the 1935/6 Gloria Vitesse Sports Saloon in 2008.

References

  1. ^ a b c Sedgwick, M. (1989). A-Z of Cars of the 1930s. Devon, UK: Bay View Books. ISBN 1-870979-38-9.
  2. ^ Culshaw; Horrobin (1974). Complete Catalogue of British Cars. London: Macmillan. ISBN 0-333-16689-2.
  3. ^ Robson, Graham (1972). The Story of Triumph Sports Cars. London: Motor Racing Publications. ISBN 0-900549-23-8.
  • Pre-1940 Triumph Owners Club website
This page was last edited on 24 October 2018, at 09:54
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