The Triumph Stag started as a styling experiment cut and shaped from a 1963–4 Triumph 2000 pre-production saloon, which had been styled by Michelotti, and loaned to him by Harry Webster, Director of Engineering at Triumph. Their agreement was that if Webster liked the design, Triumph could use the prototype as the basis of a new Triumph model. Harry Webster, who was a long time friend of Giovanni Michelotti, whom he called “Micho”, loved the design and took the prototype back to England. The end result, a two-door drop head (convertible), had little in common with the styling of its progenitor 2000, but retained the suspension and drive line. Triumph liked the Michelotti design so much that they propagated the styling lines of the Stag into the new T2000/T2500 saloon and estate model lines of the 1970s.
Prints—Triumph Stag illustrations are available as fine art pigment prints in:
- 22″ x 16″ size—limited edition unframed, limited edition framed
- 30″ x 20″ size—limited edition unframed
- brushed aluminum prints sized 47″ x 23″ by special order only
- dye-sublimated large-scale backlit or unlit prints sized 80″ x 38″ or 96″ x 47″ by special order only
Options—Prints may be ordered in any of the factory exterior and interior trim colors, with any of the factory available engine and gearbox packages as well as any available factory options. Custom options will be considered upon request.
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