1938 Triumph Dolomite

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A brief history of the Triumph Dolomite models - 1936 to 1940

Between 1936 and 1940 Triumph made a large range of Dolomite saloons, sporting saloons, drophead coupes and roadster coupes.

All these Dolomites were powered by Triumph's own 4 or 6 cylinder overhead valve engines.

Dolomites were easily identified, from Triumphs other models, by their flamboyant 'waterfall' radiator grilles which were subtly modified during their 4 year production run.

This is One of only Three remaining in England.

Seen here at St Bartholomew's Church Binley, Coventry, after the wedding ceremony, waiting for the Bride and Groom.

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Comments (13)

Grey-Eagle Ray on August 28, 2009

Hello Tonia, how are you my friend?

I have added the tag 'Old Timer' thanks to you

I visit your gallery often, although I havn't left any comments on your pictures recently.

In fact I tend to remain in the background!

My very best wishes to you and your family,

Ray x

Nick Weall on August 28, 2009

I love the sweeping curves on this car Ray and so a Golden Star to add them to my favourites ~ thanks and very kind regards to you ~ long time no comment :)) (No trips to France so far this year for me either :(

Grey-Eagle Ray on August 29, 2009

Hello Nick Thank you very much for your kind remarks.

True I have been rather elusive recently, but be sure I'm watching over you :-))

Best wishes to you and your Family......Ray

Sigurtor Holm on September 3, 2009

beautiful

Brumm2009 on September 4, 2009

It is a wonderful car. Very nice.

Brumm from Germany

Argenna on September 8, 2009

It is a beauty!!!

picsonthemove on September 9, 2009

Beautiful shot Ray, I knew only the Dolomite from the seventies. I wish you luck, my last car shots went to GE

Ciao

picsonthemove

Art Anderson on September 9, 2009

I love your photo of this elegant car, Ray. I see the ribbon signifies its use in a wedding ceremony? What a nice send off. Best regards. -Art

Paulo Correia on September 10, 2009

It will always be a beauty !!!

Pom' Angers on September 10, 2009

Ray this is a little marvel :) warm regards, pom'

Artur Drogosz on September 11, 2009

Fantastic car!!! I like old cars.

TonyWalker Studio4t1 on September 18, 2009

WOW!!! You dont see 1938 Triumph Dolomites every day. Great shot Grey Eagle.

Reinhard Kerkeling on June 17, 2013

A superb saloon car, made with phantasy, not designed for a world market. The radiator grille is so gracefulness, that means the developer wanted to show their own character. Thank you for showing this rare car, all the best Reinhard

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  • Uploaded on August 27, 2009
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    by Grey-Eagle Ray
    • Camera: NIKON E5600
    • Taken on 2009/08/21 14:56:08
    • Exposure: 0.006s
    • Focal Length: 5.70mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.900
    • ISO Speed: ISO50
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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