Our Members’ Cars

We are currently updating the list of members’ cars. If you’re a Triumph 2000 2500 2.5 Register member, why not send in a picture of your car for our gallery (two pictures max please) to webadmin@triumph2000register.co.uk. Cars are listed in date order.

The old page of members’ cars is available here. If your photos/description hasn’t changed I can copy them over, just let me know.


Bill Young – 1967 2000 Mk1

Driven by Nicole Kidman in the film The Railway Man.

Dec 20


Michel Grimaldier (France) – 1969 Mk1 2.5PI, 1970 Mk1 2.5PI, 1971 Mk2 2000

Top: Betty is a 1969 MkI 2.5PI owned since 2017. Was on Weber carbs, back on PI in 2018. Photographed during 2019 La Roche de Glun slalom.

Middle: BBQ is a 1971 2000 Mk2 I have owned since 2007, restored in 2012, currently needing some attention. Photographed during 2017 Prague Revival Rally, Rallycross show section.

Above: A global view of my stable. Above right: Valentine is a MkI 2.5PI first registered in 1970. Restoration project owned for 2015, still in project since!

Dec 20


Rob Hanna (South Australia) – Mk 1 2000, 1974 Mk2 2500TC

Dec 20


Andrew Newman – 1969 Mk2 2000, 1976 2500TC

At the time of writing Andrew Newman is editor of the Register magazine ‘SIXappeal’ (since August 2017). He currently owns a pair of MK2s; ‘Laurel’ a 1969 2000 O/D which has much local (Oxford) history, and ‘Olive’ a 1976 2500TC Auto, imported from New Zealand. Cars were assembled there until 1979 from kits sent from the UK. Olive is a project car, being converted to Rover V8 power.

Dec 20


Kevin Barzotelli – 1972 2.5PI

Here is Leon, my Triumph 2.5pi which I purchased in September 2020, the car has belonged to a few register members, most notably Les Bassford who’s name is still on the back of the keyring and only right to stay with the car.

Dec 20


Jonathan Ingram – Beep 1973 2.5PI

Dec 20


Peter McKenzie – 1973 2000 Estates and 2000 saloon

Dec 20


Paul Barlow – 1973 2500

Dec 20


James Delara – 1973 Mk2 2000

Here is my triumph mk2 2000 1973 being restored. So far it has taken 2 yrs. I got her started in Oct 2018, then had a stroke three days before Christmas 2018 I’ve not done a thing on her for a year. Now doing little bits at a tim.

Dec 20


Chris Barker (New Zealand) – 1974 2.5PI, 1975 2500

Top: The French Blue 2.5 Pi is a 1974 UK assembled car, and was imported here new.
Above: The sable car is a NZ assembled 1975 Triumph 2500, and is well known due to featuring in the Classic Car magazine last year.

Dec 20


Mike Oldham – 1974 2500TC Estate

I am the proud owner of “Winnie”, the 2500TC Estate that used to be the Classics Monthly staff car that was on the stand at the 2017 Practical Classics Restoration show.

I have owned Winnie since November 2019, & have spent the last year going through a list of jobs & upgrades, & following her passing an MOT test today, is now my daily driver.

Looking forward to putting some miles on her!

Dec 20


Darren Sharp – 1975 2500S

Dec 20


Paul Girling – 1975 2500S Estate

Better known for his light blue Herald 2000, Paul bought this Triumph 2500S estate to replace his Ford Focus when it failed it’s MoT in April 2018.

It has been rebuilt over the last couple of years (featured in Six Appeal magazine April and December 2020). De-bumpered at the front. Rear bumper has the car/bumper gap closed up and bumper painted to match the car. Full rebuild blog and photos available here.

Dec 20


Tony Edgeworth – 1978 2500S

My inca yellow 2500 S auto saloon was built in August 1976 and purchased by me in April 1978 having covered 41,000 miles whilst registered to BLMC  at Browns Lane Coventry (Jaguar)
 I used it as a daily driver commuting to Birmingham Jewellery Quarter where I was lucky enough to have the use of a staff car park until I was moved to the City centre and decided it would be sensible to use public transport. It continued to be used for holidays etc until  1990 when I decided to buy a modern daily driver , semi-retire the Triumph and just use it for shows and days out etc.
 During the 1980’s it was necessary to have new sills, front & rear wheel arch and door bottom repairs and replacement  of an o/s front outrigger.  If only I had learnt how to weld I could have saved a small fortune!
 The various modifications I made included Stainless steel exhaust, rear seat belts, spin- on oil filter, electronic ignition and unleaded cylinder head conversion. More recently I added Halogen headlights and LED side light bulbs.  
 The current mileage is now 154,000.

Dec 20