Like a lot of car manufacturers, Triumph began in 1886 by selling bicycles, then motorcycles before manufacturing their first car in 1923. By 1939 Triumph was bankrupt and production stopped during World War II. In 1944 the Standard Motor Company bought Triumph and produced a new range of vehicles, including the Roadster. In 1960 Leyland Motors purchased the company and during the next two decades a number of sports car and sedan models were manufactured. However, in 1981 the final Triumph model was made, the Acclaim, and in 1984 the Triumph name ceased to be used. The trademark is now owned by BMW.
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