Hmm… Not to sure about this with the shenanigans going on at Meriden in the seventies. I believe they weren’t spending enough time on them; with components manufactured with aged tools, worn factory conditions and a workforce unsupported by the company or government.

If only they had heeded their own words!

One Comment to “Longevity ”

  1. Ah yes.. they were lying thro’ their collective teeth.
    Without adverts, the world would KNOW they had died.
    Without adverts there would be no trade.
    Without trade there would be no income
    No income, no money, no wages, no jobs, no future..
    Collapsed in a heap.. which it duly did.
    Tragic.. but then, as was so much more in UK manufacturing at the time.. Triumph just hung on longer.

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