Several photos of the same Model P Triumph taken at different times. The same dapper gent astride the machine in each image modelling a fine line in hats. The Model P was Britain's two-wheeled Ford T in that it was a decent quality product sold at a price significantly below that of its competitors. By the time production had finished in 1927 somewhere around 55,000 Model Ps had left the Triumph factory gates.
More on the P at VMCC Marque Specialist Peter Cornelius' Pre-War Triumph pages.
|1926 or perhaps 1927 Triumph Model P.|
|This is what all well dressed motorcycling gentlemen|
should be wearing. A suit, bow tie and 'ecky thump'
|The Model P has gained a pair of legshields.|
|Photo not quite on target, got most of the bike in though.|
This time a natty trilby for headgear.