The Triumph Herald is a 2 door related to the Triumph Spitfire. Italian stylist Michelotti was the designer. There were well over 300,000 sales for the Herald one was made into an amphibious car by Top Gear's James May.

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The Herald was so popular they made a Van but it was dropped after poor sales.

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Triumph Herald Van

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Please make sure NOT to use copyrighted pictures. I had 3 Herald S 986cc 1959,Herald coupe 987cc 1960 and Herald 1200 1969.i GOT THEM AS THEY WERE EASY TO WORK on front wason hinges but the side clamps always jumped off when you hit a pothole.The excelerator would rust at the floor.doors bad fit.The reserve fuel tank was a good idea at the time idea was taken from the bikes cheapy made but no fuss car not like today to many gagets.The Herald 1200 1969 was a lot better but the engine block cracked one winter I was still paying for it at the time so was not impressed.Replaced it with a Anglia a lot better made even though it was a 1960 987cc.rear slopping window that stayed dry and bonnet pull forward wow state of the art tech.It was a great car Ford rule.Best Triumph for me was my last Triumph 1300cc 1968.

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  • James May used a Triumph Herald as an Amphibious car in a Top Gear challenge.
  • A red Herald was used on the 2011 Antiques Roadtrip.
  • A yellow Triumph Herald was used in the TV show Heartbeat as the car for main charecters Nick and kate Rowan.


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