triumph died in the early 80's. A decade later the name was resurrected.
Died and resurrected? A double standard here? That sounds like Husky! Formerly the original Husqvarna armory then owned by Electrolux, then Cagiva? Now? In production...out of production....dealers...no dealers!
To split hairs the original Triumph went to 83 with the "new" ones out from 85-on. Parts were always in production during the changeover from Meridan to Henley. So by the same standards if Husky can be claim to be 102 years old then Triumph is certainly 103!
I don't own either product but that new Husky TE-510 does look good.