The Triumph Motor Company made its Triumph TR5 sports car for just 13 months in 1967 and 1968. The TR5 succeeded the TR4A and was a two-seater convertible roadster. In terms of the body and styling, the TR5 was nearly the same as its predecessors. However, there were plenty of updates under the body. One important addition was fuel injection, a feature not common in cars at the time. A similar model, the TR250 was made for the American market at the same time. The Triumph TR5 is a fun collectible today. You can start your search for one here at FossilCars.