1966 Triumph Herald Convertible 1200. Wedgewood Blue with Midnight Blue upholstery and a white hood. Supplied new in October 1966 to Mr A. Waters. This lovely Herald has been well cared for a comes with a large history file. We have the original service book and workshop repair invoices all the way back to verify the low mileage of just 78,000. The paintwork is in lovely order with an unmarked interior and a new soft top. The Triumph drives just as it should without any faults and has a March MOT with no advisories. No expense has been spared, the car has numerous upgrades including a stainless exhaust, new shock absorbers and a chrome boot rack. This is a car that any enthusiast would be pleased to own and would be a welcome addition to any collection or purely as a usable classic. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.
Lovely car with only 4 previous owners and has been well looked after all its life!! In Valencia blue with black upholstery, detailed engine bay and long MOT the 13/60 is a joy to drive. Legendary turning circle means it can turn around in the smallest of spaces. Comes with sports steering wheel, alternator for reliable charging, strong headlights etc. She comes fully serviced and ready to go. This car deserves to go to a good home where she will continue to be cherished. Very difficult to find a Herald in this condition and whilst not perfect, represents great value for money. Put a smile on your face.
This lovely Herald 13/60 was owned by one family in Derby from 1971 until 2005.In the late 1990s the car was subject to a full body off restoration, numerous photographs of which are present in the history file with a few examples being shown here. The result was a show standard car which was described by its owner at the time as concours and valued accordingly for insurance purposes.In 2005 the car was purchased by a gentleman in East Sussex who was obviously intent on keeping the car in first class condition and proceeded to recondition the engine and upgrade it for modern unleaded fuel. Again there are photographs in the history file relating to this work. Between 2005 and 2008 the car travelled over 6000 miles and was obviously being used and enjoyed.The car passed to its last owner in 2008 and appears to have remained largely unused, though with a number of services, for the next few years, travelling only around 500 miles in total.The current MOT expires on 15th December 2016 and has no advisory comments. I have, however, just fitted four new tyres as I felt that the existing tyres were unsuitable on grounds of their age. The history file contains 15 MOTs running from 1997 at 61027 miles to the current one issued in December 2015 at 74713 miles. The car remains in totally solid structural and body work condition, its mechanics are excellent and the interior is outstanding. The paintwork and engine ancillaries have a few superficial cosmetic blemishes which would appear
1960 Triumph Herald Coupe. Very rare original factory built coupe. Sebring white over Signal red with black upholstery. First registered on 8th September 1960 in Bristol by Selwood Motors Ltd this coupe is a real credit to its previous owner who has owned the car for the last eight years.The car presents very well with lovely bright paintwork and an excellent interior and has a very large history file containing bills, invoices and old MOT's. The car still carries its original registration number from new. This Herald was restored to a very high standard and during the restoration was sensibly fitted with the larger 1147cc engine as opposed to the 948cc which makes the car very usable and able to keep up in modern traffic. The engine is very strong and pulls well through a smooth gearbox. On test drive the car performed very well with no faults. These models are becoming very rare now and we see this car as a good investment. Absolutely any inspection is welcome. Viewing is highly recommended. All major debit and credit cards accepted. Please contact us for any further information. Delivery can be arranged.