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.