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ORIGINAL BODYWORK COLOUR CHART

6 main colours were available, although certain cars were delivered in Wedgwood blue.
 

NB: It is also probable, but not certain, that all the colour combinations (bodywork and interior) of the Triumph colour chart of the era were offered to clients (in particular for the TR5s assembled in Belgium-CKD). Black was available on the TR250.


Colours

 
ORIGINAL INTERIOR COLOUR CHART
5 shades were available: black, tan (light tan), red (Matador red), blue (Shadow blue) and a second blue (Midnight blue). Please find below these shades combined with the bodywork colours as they were sold. 

Colours

NB: The material used for the upholstery was Ambla (Skaï) with perforated seat and back. Leather was also available but rarely ordered.
 
 
COLOURS OF THE HOODS, HARD TOP – SURREY AND HOOD COVER
The hoods were mainly black, white was also available. The hood covers were matched with the colour of the hood or bodywork. The hard top was available in black, white or body colour. The canvas (Surrey) was available in black or white only.

 
COLOUR CODES FOR TRIUMPH PAINTS (Ref. ICI and PPG)
The references below come from several sources, and we can’t guarantee their accuracy 100%. To avoid any unpleasant surprises contact a professional to validate the colour you want before painting. Don’t hesitate to ask for a sample of the colour chosen.
 
Triumph Racing Green/Conifer (25) : ref. ICI 3736 - ref. PPG 43232
Royal blue (56) : ref. ICI 4665 - ref. PPG 13126
Valencia blue (66) : ref. ICI 6898 - ref. PPG 13547
Wedgwood blue (26) : ref. ICI 5814 - ref. PPG 12873
Jasmine yellow (34) : ref. ICI 5520 - ref. PPG 81686
New white (19) : ref. ICI 3738 - ref. PPG 8380
Signal red (32) : ref. ICI 2829 - ref. PPG 70966