WE WILL BE RESUMING OUR REGULAR MONTHLY DINNER MEETINGS AT THE CHIMNEY ROCK INN EFFECTIVE FOURTH TUESDAY NIGHT EACH MONTH.
All guests are required to wear face coverings for the duration of their time in the restaurant, aside from when seated at their tables to eat. More information will be sent out - Peter Nelson
The mission of NJTA shall be to acquire and disseminate to all interested members, information and history of all automobiles built by the Triumph Motor Company (1945) Ltd. and its predecessors and successors. The NJTA shall also educate its members in the preservation and enjoyment of their automobiles. Further, it will be a specific goal of the NJTA to create an environment wherein all members are encouraged to participate in NJTA activities. The association shall provide social, car shows, and road rally events of some description each year, some of which will be open to the general public. Driving tours and other programs of any sort relating to the enjoyment of Triumph automobiles may also be conducted. The NJTA will also aspire to sponsor or co-sponsor at least one charity event every year.
The Bill Sohl Founders Award was initiated in 2014 to commemorate the the 35th anniversary of the New Jersey Triumph Association and to honor its founder, Bill Sohl.
Past recipients have been: Bill Sohl (2015), Walter Kehoe (2016), Ray Homiski (2017), Cliff Besett (2018), Ken and Lillian Blair (2019), and Peter Nelson (2020).
If you wish to join or renew your membership,but want a paper from, click on the box below and print out the from, complete it and mail it to the address on the form, or bring it to a meeting. Ownership of a Triumph Car (or any other British car) is not a requirement.
Roger and Laurie Browne