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Triumph Herald, 1200, 12/50 and 13/60
Launched in 1959, The Triumph Herald inherited the 948cc engine from the Standard 10. In 1959 the Triumph Herald was available as a 2-door saloon or a Coupe, later a Convertible, Estate and Van versions were available. In fact all the cars were the same and the Giovanni Michelotti design had interchangeable upper bodywork. In April 1961 the Herald 1200 was launched with the engine enlarged to 1147cc and white rubber bumpers given; the 948cc car carried on as the base model. In 1963 a new upmarket model was launched as the 12/50 recognisable with its roll-back sunshine roof, and underneath it had front disc brakes. From 1962 a 6-cylinder version of the Herald was sold as the Triumph Vitesse, and the Herald Chassis was developed into the open 2-seater Triumph Spitfire. The Herald continued as the 1200 and 12/50 versions until the 13/60 model was launched in 1967 with a restyled bonnet and engine enlarged to 1297cc. The Herald 1200 could still be bought until 1970, but the 13/60 was generally preferred and it sold into 1971.
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Triumph Herald 948. 'Herald' flag on the rear c-pillar for the Mark I Heralds
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Triumph Herald. There is no badge on the rear panel for the first Triumph Herald, only a simple 'Triumph' badge in the centre. The 'Herald' badge was mounted on the top of the c-pillar.
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Triumph Herald 1200 1970. Early 948 Heralds had a 'Herald' badhe here on the c-pillar, but from the 1147 models the 'Herald' badge went on the boot panel and this 'Triumph' flag was put on the c-pillar instead.
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Triumph Herald 1200 - boiotlid badges
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Triumph Herald 13/60 - badge boot panel
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Triumph Herald 1200 badges
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Triumph Herald. Launched in 1959, The Triumph Herald inherited the 948cc engine from the Standard 10.
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Triumph Herald 13/60 Convertible. The Herald 13/60 used the same 'slant-eyed' bonnet panels as the Vitesse, but only single headlamps.
Triumph Herald 1000 car front
Triumph Herald. Michelotti designed the Triumph Herald body on a separate chassis, with the flexibility to create different versions. The Herald received the 948cc engine from the Standard Ten.
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Triumph Herald 948. The 1147cc Triumph Herald 1200 was launched in 1961 with white rubber bumpers, and the basic Herald carried on as the 948S until 1962 with 84,000 being sold altogether.
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Triumph Herald. In 1959 the Triumph Herald was available as this 2-door saloon or a Coupe, later a Convertible, Estate and Van versions were available. In fact all the cars were the same and the Michelotti design had interchangeable.upper bodywork.
Triumph Herald 1000 Coupe front
Triumph Herald Coupe. The Coupe body was available on the first 948cc Herald from launch in 1959 along with the saloon. Early cars can be identified by the handle on the bonnet and the lack of rubber bumper trims.
Triumph Herald 1200 1965 front
Triumph Herald 1200 1965. The Triumph Herald 1200 was given an 1147cc version of the Standard Eight engine.
Triumph Herald 1200 1970 front
Triumph Herald 1200 1970. One of the final Triumph Herald 1200 cars. The 1200 continued to be sold alongside the 13/60 model from 1967.
Triumph Herald 1200 Convertible front
Triumph Herald 1200 Convertible
Triumph Herald 1200 Convertible inside
Triumph Herald 1200 Convertible - inside
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Triumph Herald 1200
Triumph Herald 1200 Coupe rear
Triumph Herald 1200 Coupe. The 1200 Coupe had patterned sides to the Coupe top, but Coupe production ended in 1964.
Triumph Herald 1250 1962
Triumph Herald 12/50. In 1963 the Herald 1200 was supplemented by a more powerful 12/50 version which had a tuned engine. 12/50s were only available as saloons, and all had sliding roofs.
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Triumph Herald 12/50, was sold from 1963-1967 with better trim, disc brakes and a sportier engine.
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Triumph Herald 12/50
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Triumph Herald 12/50 1963-67
Triumph Herald 1360 car front
Triumph Herald 13/60. From 1967 until 1971 the Herald struggled on with a bigger 1296cc engine. In all 300,000 Heralds were built
Triumph Herald 1360 Convertible front
Triumph Herald 13/60 Convertible. In 1967 the 12/50 was superseded by the 13/60 which used the 1296cc 61bhp Spitfire engine. A new bonnet was given to the 13/60, most likely from the same metal as the Triumph Vitesse.
Triumph Herald 1360 Convertible rear
Triumph Herald 13/60 Convertible
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Triumph Herald 1200 Convertible
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Triumph Herald. The MkI Herald had a very simple rear panel, with a small lamp to light the number plate (later Heralds had a large moulding for these lamps). A simple 'T R I U M P H' badge sits above the number plate, and 'Herald' badges were only fitted on the c-pillars.
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Triumph Herald 1200 Convertible
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Triumph Herald 1200 Coupe.
Triumph Courier Van
Triumph Herald Estate
Triumph Spitfire 1500
Triumph Vitesse 6 and 2-litre
Standard Eight, Ten and Pennant
Ford Anglia 105E, 123E
Giovanni Michelotti
Morris Minor 1000 1962 - 1972
Triumph Toledo
Vauxhall Viva HA
Riley One-Point-Five and Wolseley 1500
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