The Triumph 1800 18TR Cabriolet 1948 was a stylish and luxurious automobile made by the Triumph Motor Company. It was designed to be a comfortable and reliable vehicle, with plenty of space, for touring and long distance travels. The body was made of sheet steel panels mounted on a solid steel frame, giving it a sturdy look, perfect for winding roads. Its long, elegant lines highlighted its comfortable interior, with a folding hood to turn the vehicle into a cabriolet. The two tone paint style, blue and maroon, added a touch of sophistication to the exterior. The interior was spacious and had room to comfortably seat four people in leather seats. It featured two large dashboards, one in front and one in the rear, with a variety of instruments and controls for the driver and passengers to use. It had an intricate heating and ventilation system, as well as a comfortable suspension. Under the bonnet, the 1800 18TR Cabriolet 1948 featured a 4-cylinder engine, developing up to 47 horsepower, giving it a top speed up to 85 mph. It had a pre-select transmission and a manual gearbox, which offered smooth shifting and precise control. Powerful brakes provided excellent stopping performance and minimized oversteer. The Triumph 1800 18TR Cabriolet 1948 was a luxurious and sporty vehicle, with a sleek and stylish exterior and a comfortable and reliable interior. It was suitable for long distance touring and perfect for winding roads, with great performances and superior handling, giving you an unforgettable driving experience.
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