Triggols' currently own a fleet of nine genuine vintage cars. Unlike with many 'vintage car' suppliers, these beautiful vehicles are not replicas - they are the real deal! None of their cars were built after 1935, and all are painstakingly maintained to allow them to run as well as they ever have!
The black Model 'T' Ford Tourer is Triggols' oldest vehicle, built back in 1921. The Ford Model 'T' is an iconic car, celebrated as the world's first production-line - and therefore more easily affordable - motorised vehicle.
The rare blue Nash Tourer is a 1924 classic. Featuring blue leather upholstery, it can seat 3-4 passengers. Its retractable hood makes it a truly charismatic vehicle for summery days.
Triggols' own two Burgundy Austin 12s; one a 1928 model with black leather upholstery, the other a 1929 example featuring a cream interior. Both are delightful 3 or 4-passenger cars with attractive, useful retractable roofs.
Having recently been featured on the BBC's 'Dancing on the Edge', the 1930 navy Austin 20 Limousine seats up to six people in its spacious interior. It features a glass partition between the driving seat and the passenger compartment, and a microphone so you can intercommunicate as and when necessary.
The 1931 Morris Cowley is an exceptionally beautiful and stately 3-passenger saloon car furnished with brown leathercloth upholstery and equipped with a convenient folding roof.
Each of Triggols' two Sunbeams is equally full of personality and charm. The first is an ivory 1932 model with Burgundy leather upholstery, and can comfortably seat 3 or 4 passengers.
The second is the larger 1934 Sunbeam 25, which sports a luxurious dark brown leather interior and is capable of seating 5-6 people.
And last but not least is the wonderful black and ivory 1935 Austin Chalfont Limo, which seats 5 passengers, features two occasional fold-up seats, blue/grey cloth upholstery, and its glass partition between the compartments.
1930 Rolls-Royce Landaulette - coming soon