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1937 Triumph Tiger 90 500 

This stunning example of the 500 Tiger 90 offers a rare opportunity to own a true slice of Triumph history! The Tiger sports an excellent history file and is an excellent runner and rider!

Edward Turner’s arrival at Triumph in 1936 resulted in extensive improvements to the range. A brilliant stylist, Turner transformed the Page-designed overhead-valve singles by adopting sports specification engines, high level exhausts, chromed fuel tanks and a new name: ‘Tiger’. Frames, forks, engines and gearboxes were all improved for 1937 and a trio of randomly selected Tigers successfully completed a series of arduous speed trails to secure the Maudes Trophy for Triumph later in the year. While its smaller siblings survived until the outbreak of war in 1939, the 500cc Tiger 90 was not produced after 1938. Today, Turner’s Tigers are widely recognised as the most stylish sports roadsters of the period and thus are highly sought after.

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