Well, we’d like to have some information on commission numbers, and overall production figures, but haven’t yet had the chance to get this information into HTML.
However, we can provide the following figures on torque/power from the venerable Standard Vanguard 2088cc engine which powered the 2000 Roadster:
|Engine||Standard Vanguard 2088cc, 4 cylinders|
|Horsepower||68 bhp at 4200rpm|
|Torque||108 lb-ft at 4000rpm|
Source: Triumph factory data
In addition to some bits and pieces from the standard USA Triumph Parts suppliers , spares for the 1800 and 2000 roadster are readily available from the Triumph Roadster Club located in England.
Dale Burchett, email@example.com , writes:
I have owned a Triumph 2000 Roadster since 1989. It took 3 years to restore, and the Triumph Roadster Club provided a wealth of information before, during and after the restoration process. We show the car and enjoy it tremendously.