he CPTC was formed in the Spring of 1989, and shortly thereafter became a chapter of the Vintage Triumph Register. The club has found an untapped source of Triumph enthusiasts, with a membership of around 150. The purpose of the organization is the preservation, restoration, and enjoyment of all automobiles built by the Triumph Motor Company and its successors, 1923 through 1981. The organization encourages research related to Triumph history, and disseminates technical and historic information to the members. The club publishes an excellent monthly newsletter. Meetings, tours, rallies, shows, tech sessions, picnics and other activities relating to the enjoyment of Triumph automobiles, are all part of a year round activity schedule. The CPTC is an organization filled with friendly non-pretentious people who have a common love for British automobiles. If you are looking for lots of technical and social activity, this is the club for you. Annual dues are only USD 20.00.

Membership in Central Pennsylvania Triumph Club is open to all Triumph enthusiasts whether they own a Triumph or not. Members are entitled to attend club functions, receive a club newsletter, and vote in official club elections.

Our current Club Officers are...

Tom Billett, President John Krause, Vice President Helen Weaver, Secretary
Marty Shoop, Treasurer John Miele, Newsletter Editor Joe Laurito, Webmaster