first registration : 11/04/1974. Sold with a 1300 cc or a 1500 cc, non mounted. Can be delivered with mounted engine, on request. The Triumph Toledo was a compact car introduced in August 1970 as a cheaper version of the Triumph 1300, which was at the same time replaced by the Triumph 1500. The Toledo shared the 1500s new front with a split grille, but instead of the 1500s twin round headlamps, it had single rectangular units set in a grey plastic grille. The rear end was like the 1300 except for the tail lights, which were of a simpler, flat-faced design. The biggest change from the 1300 was the retrograde step to rear-wheel drive and live rear axle (still with coil springs), in the interest of simplicity and low production costs. The interior was also cheaper, with wood confined to a dashboard consisting of a simple plank with holes drilled for the quite basic instrumentation but the interior was a cut above most other small cars at a time when black plastic was commonplace. Initially, the Toledo was only available as a two-door saloon with the 1300 cc engine of 58 bhp (43 kW) net. Drum brakes were fitted all round and there was no overdrive or automatic option available. In Marc
left-hand-drive triumph toledo race 74 blue 2-door 4-door overdrive 1974 saloon rwd 2wd
Oldtimerfarm Bvba, Steenweg op Deinze 51C
Aalter, B-9880, Flanders
There are fewer more cost-effective ways into classic car ownership than...
A Triumph TR3a thought to be the most successful ever non-works TR has j...