1969 Triumph Herald Convertible in great condition, ready to be enjoyed this summer.
It has a "Safety Devices Aero" roll bar, an aux sound system, front inertia seat belts and rear static belts. It has been converted to an alternator and electronic ignition. It has set of Newton carpets, Rimmer Bros floor mats and Hardura boot mat.
It is mechanically excellent and used as a daily driver.
Extensive repairs to the chassis, outriggers and all of the body tub have been done. Chassis has been Waxoyled.
Many repairs done and new parts that have gone on the car. The engine and drivetrain have been maintained and repaired to keep them in top working order.
The interior is in great condition.
The paintwork is good but the bodywork is showing rust and bubbles in some places. Nothing structural.
Convertible hood is a faded and has has repairs but works fine.
Decent set of tyres on Minilite alloys.
Owned for over 3 years but have bought a new classic so is currently SORN.
Please message with any questions or to arrange a viewing.
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.
Version Coupé with Removable.....
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.....