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More Information Triumph Stag Green
Although the original plan was to develop the Stag from the Triumph 2000, which had also been styled by Michelotti, the prototypes makeover was so well received that the Stag styling was continued in the 70s versions of Triumph T2000 and T2500 cars.
Ours is a 'Late' Mk 2 from June 1974, finished in Racing Green with a black vinyl folding roof and beige seats. The car is powered by the original 3 litre V8 engine and has a Borg Warner 3 speed automatic transmission. With its distinctive looks, this car is very relaxing and reassuring to drive with the ease and comfort of automatic transmission and the added fun of a fold down roof.
1970 witnessed the exciting arrival of Britain's answer to the Mercedes SL ' the Triumph Stag! The Stag was envisioned as a luxury sports car, with refinements like electric windows, power steering and power assisted brakes as standard. The vehicle consisted of a stylish 2 door four seater open tourer body, styled by Giovanni Michelotti, with an all new Triumph 3 litre OHC V8 engine. The vehicle became popular due to its performance, comparative rarity and Italian design. Overall, 19,097 were manufactured for the home market, with three revisions following the initial 'Early Mk 1' production. The last revision, known as the 'Late' Mk 2, started production in 1974 and continued to be built until late 1977.