Hello, welcome to my site which is intended to share information on the Triumph Stag. Please click on one of the buttons on the left to see:


Adverts from UK & around the world


Books specific to, or including mention of, the Stag

Cars Built & Prices:

Cars built for home & export markets by year & transmission
Key production dates
Options availability & prices

Colours & Trim:

Paint colour availability by year with an illustration of that colour
Paint & Trim colour availability by year

Commission nos:

The meaning of the commission number


Clubs dedicated to the Stag or Triumph cars
Stags for sale
Service, repairs & restoration
Stag specific parts
Carpet suppliers
Dash & woodwork renovators
Electrical component suppliers
Electronic ignition
Instruments & Cables
Oil & Lubricants
Paint & Rustproofing
Suspension Bushes
Tools & Equipment
Triumph brochures
Austin Rover Online
UK transport museums
Overseas transport museums by country

Magazine Articles:

Scans of magazine acticles on the Stag


Commercially available models of the Stag

My Stag:

Why I wanted one and restoring the one I bought


Original Triumph part numbers cross-referenced with Lucas, Burlen & Rimmer Bros equivalents where applicable
Stanpart hardware by category
BS-AU7 vehicle wiring colour code


Stag brochures - UK
Stag brochures - USA
Triumph range brochures
Triumph price lists - UK
Triumph price lists - USA
Colour & Trim combinations
Miscellaneous - launch press pack & photos, This Is Triumph
Lucas catalogues for Triumph cars

Production sites:

The Canley & Speke sites - then & now


Engine numbers
Engine specification
Clutch specification
Transmission specification
Suspension specification
Steering specification
Wheel specification
General dimensions
Performance data

This site is dedicated to the memory of my husband, Andy Simons, who was cruelly taken from me on 28th June 2021. He spent hours, days, months and years researching and collating all the information contained herein. It was a labour of love for him to be able to share his passion and knowledge with others and I am sure he would be delighted to know that people will still be able to access his work..

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