West Sussex Classic Wedding Cars - Triumph
There is an intangible quality and friendliness about this 1930 Triumph Super Seven - a Two-Seater. It is wonderful to ride in, so much fun and nippy too. It still has it’s original colours – a duo-tone Brown … and originally cost £167.10 (at Works).
It has brown leather seats, wire wheels, a soft top and a Dicky Seat. A dicky seat, dickie seat or dickey seat, also called a mother-in-law seat, is an upholstered exterior seat which folds into the rear deck of a two-seat pre-World War II automobile, and seats one or two passengers. When unoccupied, the space under the seat's lid can be used for storing luggage.
The first owner of this car was Chichester's Chief Constable.
A treasure and we love it. For brave, outgoing Brides.