One of two 8C Dolomites produced - Triumph’s attempt to reinstate British victory after the demise of Bentley by reverse engineering the legendary 8C Alfa Romeo 2300s that dominated motorsport in the early 1930s
Displayed as a chrome-plated chassis at the 1934 Motor Show, chassis DMH2 was owned and competed at the hands of Le Mans winner Tony Rolt and later, Reg Parnell
Straight eight twin cam, Rootes-type supercharger, and Armstrong-Siddeley pre-selector gearbox, coachwork modelled after the Touring-bodied Alfa Spyder
Later restored by Tony Merrick for Alfa enthusiast David Cohen, then treasured in U.S. collections and shown to critical acclaim including a Best in Class at Pebble Beach
Offered from a UK collection, maintained by Blakeney Motorsport and offered with a full history file and book by Jonathan Wood, highly eligible for all the world’s greatest events
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