The Triumph Herald was launched in 1959 and, like the Spitfire, was designed by Giovanni Michelotti. The 13/60 was introduced in 1967 and featured an enlarged engine giving improved performance and a redesigned interior that provided additional space and comfort.
Our rare 13/60 Herald Estate, finished in original Valencia Blue/white flash with tan interior is a remarkable, four owners from new, example that comes with original Bill of Sale, handbooks, service book and a huge lever-arch folder of history. The first owner maintained a handwritten service log of all work on the car and the Herald was clearly his pride and joy
After a period of storage the third owner purchased the Herald in 2013 and commenced a full body and mechanical restoration - lots of pictures and invoices. The final result is an absolutely stunning car that drives superbly and draws positive comments from everyone that sees the car
The Herald Estate is a very rare, practical, light to drive classic that is perfect for a family or dog owner! This Herald is absolutely stunning and will provide years of pleasure to the lucky new keeper
Car in excellent condition, the car is kept from us for over 25 years. The bodywork has no rust, the daschboard has no cracks. Matching numbers, working engine, new tank.
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The Triumph Herald is a small second-hand car, introduced by Coventry's Standard Triumph Company in 1959 and was made until 1971. The body design was of Italian stylist Giovanni Michelotti, and the.....