Please note the colour isn't bright red but a nicer dark red almost maroon (photos make it look brighter!)
MOT exempt next month, road tax exempt and insurance around £80 a year.
Cheap motoring and it a 4 seater convertible!
Currently needs a little tinkering before going back on the road- no MOT.
It starts easily, first time and the engine sounds good on its 1300cc single carb.
The gearbox selects nicely but the clutch needs double de-clutching, probably the
slave cylinder needs replacing- master cylinder is holding fluid.
Accelerator pedal is mounted a bit strangely to the floor, it works but is a bit floppy!
Presentable, the drivers door skin needs replacing/ repairing (panels readily available),
the rest of the bodywork isn't rusty. Front valance needs a little work with those white rubber inserts.
The paint is quite nice from a foot away but close inspection shows micro bubbling here and there,
it's fine really but needs mentioning. Flatting with 2000 grade paper may sort it.
Chassis is all good and solid, floorpan is solid, where it meets the heel board it's all good.
Looks good, needs a carpet set, dash is nice, rear seat nice condition, front seats look OK from above
but stitching has come away underneath. wood veneer in nice condition.
I see this Triumph as a light renovation project- a bit of tinkering over a few weekends would see
it ready for the road- breeze around in it for the summer and enjoy then maybe take it off the road
in the winter to restore.
I am in Finchampstead, 15 minutes from Reading, Berkshire.
Delivery can be arranged.
I have the V5 reg doc.
Please call to discuss further, arrange a viewing or make an offer-
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1964 immaculate Triumph Herald 1200, MOT Feb, 2015
Show condition in duo tone red over white, with as new black upholstery. to include large history folder containing full restoration invoices totalling approximately £16,500, Fully stamped service book up to 71,000 miles. Current mileage 79,000. plus .....
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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 Hard top.
The car is ready for any test drive.
We sell and delivery with MOT Italian.
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We are very pleased to bring to market for the first time in 53 years this stunning 1 owner Triumph Herald 12/50. The car was supplied new by Harvey Hudson of Woodford to Mr E Cashe of Loughton on the 25/05/1964, for the princely sum of £670 3 shilling and 11 pence.
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74,300 Genuine Miles 1.3
Restored 9 years ago and kept garaged since.
A Beautiful well presented car all round which gets a lot of attention.
Drives lovely throughout all the gears and starts on the button every time. There is no rot on the car and has been very well looked after.
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We offer a correct UK RHD 13/60 convertible. Chassis no. GE83190CV. Delivered to its first owner in August 1971 enabling it to be TAX EXEMPT. Over a period of 4 years from 1993 this rare Herald has be beautifully restored to original specification. Excellent panel fit with .....
been in a garage for 19 years, very solid car, currently having works including brakes, clutch hydraulics, wheel refurb tyres service , waterpump and hoses.
Wheels refurbed in Steel grey metallic
5 brand new tyres
Stainless Steel exhaust System
Chassis very good
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We are pleased to offer this super solid Triumph Herald 13/60 Saloon. Tilly was born in 1970 as a 1296cc saloon dressed in her original & elegant Wedgewood Blue coat complimented with unmarked navy interior trim. Lovingly .....
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 car was offered in saloon, convertible and coupé models . Herald's total sales amount to over half a million. .....
Triumph Herald Estate first registered 1965.The last owner has owned this vehicle for 20 years and in his time has rebuilt it fitting a 1500 Spitfire engine and gearbox,Vitesse Wheels and Hubcaps and also webasto vinyl sunroof. the car has been re-trimmed in red vinyl which still looks very nice. We .....