The Triumph Herald - it's a bella love child of British engineering coupled with Italian styling - perfetta!
The Herald was first introduced in 1959 and made it through to 1971, the body was designed by the famous Italian stylist Giovanni Michelotti and this example is powered by a 1147cc OHV inline-4 engine.
The Herald 1200 featured new rubber-covered bumpers, a wooden laminate dashboard and improved seating. The coupe was dropped from the range in late 1964, meaning there are very few of these rare gems still on the road today.
We've all got a soft spot for Heralds- they are full of personality and importantly they make a great usable classic car. Parts are in abundance and cheap. Also they are very straight forward to work on with lots of access room due to the design of the bonnet.
This particular example comes fresh to market and has benefited from a body off restoration in the past - it's a properly sorted and adorable car that will have no trouble finding a new home.
This auction listing was written from information supplied by Matt after meeting Alan the owner, and having visited and photographed the vehicle.
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