Nostalgia Classic Car proudly offers you the proof that big fun can come in small packages in form of the 1965 Triumph Herald. Triumph was a British company known for its Spitfire and TR range of roadsters, and the charming, boxy Herald shares the spotlight with the rest of the crew. Its body was also designed by the legendary Giovanni Michelotti, and it was produced as a saloon, coupe, convertible, as well as a small two door van. Of course, the roadster version is the most sought after today, and it is just what we have for you!
The 1965 Triumph Herald that graces our showroom is a beautiful example finished in two-tone paint with ivory top and trunk and dark grey sides. The contrasting paint follows the character line that starts at the bottom of the headlights and ends with the crease in tail lights, thus creating the perfect balance and a visual whole. The bumpers are finished in contrasting ivory with chrome details, and the car features timeless Minilite rims in dark grey. The interior is in dark leather with dark and elegant wooden dashboard, and a beautiful Moto-Lita steering wheel which perfectly complements the look. The engine measures 948cc and is mated to a 4-speed manual transmission, and no matter the diminutive size, this Herald is a lively car which offers an exciting, immersive driving experience. If you’re into British motoring and open top driving, visit our showroom and see this cult classic in person!