CLASSIC SELF DRIVE HIRE - Triumph Herald (1970) For Hire
1970 Triumph Herald (The Pit Pony)
Engine: 1296cc inline 4
More of a Shetland than a Mustang.
Our baby blue Herald has been in the family for decades.
She spent 20 years in the garage once life ended as a daily car.
After fitting a new battery, she started straight away.
A full restoration was done in 2014 and she's now a great little runner.
Drive her for £170 (24hr)
Our cars are available for self drive hire from our base alongside the South Downs National Park in Sussex. We can arrange to collect you from local hotels or from Brighton or Lewes train stations. Alternatively, drive to us and leave your car with us in our secure parking area.
The hire period is a full 24 hours from the time you collect the car, giving you ample time to drive in style to your destination, stay overnight and return the car the next day. All within the one day hire charge.
All cars are covered by fully comprehensive insurance and RAC breakdown cover. Drivers must be over 25, please ask for our Terms and Conditions. Additional drivers can be added for £25 per driver.
Please feel free to contact us for more information.
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