- Chassis # GE67248SC
- Engine # KF21887UE
- Offered With BMIHT Certificate
- Multiple Award Winner Including Triumph Nationals
- Comprehensive Restoration & Upgrade to Vitesse MKII Spec
- Loads Of Fun & Undoubtedly Unique
The Triumph Herald was first introduced in 1959 and endured a fantastic production run, making it all the way to 1971 before being replaced by the Triumph Toledo. It was first offered in a small two-door saloon, penned by Michelotti and offering a superb open and airy design. Later on, the Herald would go on to be offered in many different body styles including a convertible, a courier van, and the estate body as offered on this car.
This particular Triumph Herald Estate, chassis number GE67248SC, and engine number KF21887UE started life as a 1970 RHD drive model finished in Wedgwood blue with blue interior. It was built on May 8’th 1970 and delivered June 14’th 1970 to Lankesters Limited in Kingston-on-Thames in the UK. It was originally fitted with a heater, laminated windscreen, and tubeless tires. Not much is known about the cars early life but as the car currently sits it is fitted with the very unique aspect of having a full Triumph GT6+ drivetrain in the car. This fantastic drivetrain completely changes the driving experience from one that is mundane and slow to much faster and exhilarating. It is sure to leave a smile on the face of anyone who gets behind the wheel.