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1966 Triumph Herald Convertible
1966 Triumph Herald Convertible
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Estimate: £6,000 - 8,000
  • V5 Present
  • MoT Exempt
  • Chassis number: GA221915CV
Although this 1966 Wedgewood Blue Triumph Herald 1200 convertible was manufactured in December 1966 ‑ with a Heritage Certificate to prove it ‑ it wasn't registered until (or at least was re‑registered in) April 1971. The car was stripped down and restored, with the engine rebuilt and the interior refurbished, over the course of 20 months around 2006 to 2008. The odometer shows 44,700 miles and the last MoT expired in July 2018 although, as an historic vehicle, it no longer requires annual testing. The V5C records six previous registered keepers.

Included in the history file are the V5C, British Motor Industry Heritage Trust certificate, owner's handbook, lubrication chart and various MoT certificates dating back to 1980, when the mileage was shown as 34,535 miles. There's a collection of invoices and a photo album showing the restoration process, along with some show memorabilia and period brochures and adverts. In addition, the car also comes with a selection of spares and show plaques in the boot.
PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 8TH AUGUST BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
Although this 1966 Wedgewood Blue Triumph Herald 1200 convertible was manufactured in December 1966 - with a Heritage Certificate to prove it - it wasn't registered until (or at least was re-registered in) April 1971. The car was stripped down and restored, with the engine rebuilt and the interior refurbished, over the course of 20 months around 2006 to 2008. The odometer shows 44,700 miles and the last MoT expired in July 2018 although, as an historic vehicle, it no longer requires annual testing. The V5C records six previous registered keepers. Included in the history file are the V5C, British Motor Industry Heritage Trust certificate, owner's handbook, lubrication chart and various MoT certificates dating back to 1980, when the mileage was shown as 34,535 miles. There's a collection of invoices and a photo album showing the restoration process, along with some show memorabilia and period brochures and adverts. In addition, the car also comes with a selection of spares and show plaques in the boot. PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR VIDEO PRODUCED 8TH AUGUST BY ACA OF THIS CAR.
  • V5 Present
  • Chassis number: GA221915CV
Estimate: £6,000 - 8,000

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