The Triumph Stag in a bright summer blue with black tonneau cover and black interior. Registered RVM 180R from 1976/77, it represents the sleek 2+2 sports tourer that was produced towards the end of the production life of the real thing. The British Triumph Motor Company introduced the Stag in 1970 and production ended in 1978, during which time nearly 26,000 were made. Designed by Italian designer Giovanni Michelotti, the Triumph Stag was launched in direct competition with the Mercedes SL. The two-door drophead convertible was always a four seater (2 + 2) and came with a Triumph 3.0L V8 engine.
Our replica is rounded off with lots of chrome to the exterior, including the window surrounds, door handles, bumpers and windscreen wipers. Another authentic finishing touch is the famous Stag logo set into the front of the radiator grille.