A triumphant Duxford


The Triumph Sports Six Club's All Triumph Day saw cars from all across the UK converging on Duxford on 19 September.
Pete Jackson's '74 2000, which originally resided in New Zealand, competed in hillclimbs, street sprints and circuit racing from 1994 to 2002. The car now leads a more relaxed life in its retirement from competition.
Bought for £100 from a scrapyard in 1985, Andy Smith's '71 Mk2 has since been restored to pristine condition. First time out in 2006 it won the TSSC International Meeting's concours, and has repeated the win this year.
Just as dazzling was the '69 Bond Equipe 2-litre of Ron and Josie Winstanley from Nottingham. Almost written off in an accident five years ago, it stands today rebuilt and repaired by specialist Allan Perry. The Herald interior was removed and replaced with the correct trim.

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